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Manufacturing Industry

How does the manufacturing industry look like now?
According to respondents to a recent Statista survey, the main challenges they are experiencing are unplanned downtime and emergency maintenance (90%), aging IT infrastructure and technology (88%), connecting modern assets and analysing data (76%), obtaining asset data (40%), connecting older legacy assets and obtaining data (29%). Clockworx provides a solution to all these challenges and more by helping companies increase the efficiency of Maintenance, Repair, and Operations (MROs) whilst drastically decreasing downtime.
What is the future of manufacturing?
The future of manufacturing is all about automation. Think sensors, software, robots, and cobots, all connected seamlessly in a physical-meets-virtual world. In this overview of what we call a growth theme, we discuss how changes in manufacturing have the potential to unlock the fourth industrial revolution.
What are the challenges manufacturers face everyday?
  • Automation challenges/ Digital transformation
Scaling up from isolated, ageing or inadequate in-house technology projects to full production lines or factories requires the right mix of vision and execution. For example, one heavy equipment manufacturer has been accelerating the convergence of “man, machine, and method” by optimizing performance using sensors to track assets and connecting its machinery to the cloud to enable real-time insights on maintenance. 19 others have been transforming brownfield facilities with IoT, robotics, automation platforms, and AI-enabled tools to support production.

  • Workforce shortage
Manufacturing suffered a heavy blow with COVID-19 labor shortages. Even before the pandemic closed facilities, 38% of U.S. manufacturers reported labor shortages. Post-pandemic, that number is now 54%. It has never been more important to find ways to do more with fewer people.

  • Supply chain instability
Supply chain issues include supply risks, delivery risks, cost, quality, market risks and the potential for fraudulent activity. Shipping and logistics prices are also on the rise. Container shipping prices, the backbone for manufacturers requiring parts made in Asia, have risen by 25-50% over the past year.

  • Productivity decrease
Almost a third of manufacturing teams identify measures as part of their process documentation. Less than 20% of teams connect their processes' performance to the business outcomes they drive. Only a quarter of teams have developed risk mitigation or contingency plans for when things go wrong. Until process measures are more strategically determined it's difficult to control execution effectively.

  • Compliance management
Manufacturing organizations need to follow state, government, and worldwide laws and guidelines applicable to their tasks.
Client and supplier contracts, alongside legal compliance, can create a complex or even conflicting set of priorities. SOC/Risk management audit 

  • Backlog of orders/Order management/ Asset & resources management
The backlog for manufactured goods has risen for six straight months. Nationally, it now stands at $1.23 trillion.
Which capabilities boost manufacturing?
  • Business intelligence capabilities
  • Supply management
  • Customer management
  • Process and resource management tool
  • Scheduling system
  • Data service management
  • Custom software development
  • CMS development 
Which outcomes should manufacturers expect by using Clockworx?
  • Improved agility & productivity 
  • Improved reaction time and better-informed decisions
  • Improved Informational silo reduction 
  • Improved knowledge retention 
  • Improved process visibility 
Any Questions?
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Healthcare Industry

How does the healthcare industry look like now?
According to Capgemini's 2022 report, healthcare is on the move, transforming itself from a largely reactive, resource-intensive juggernaut into a technology-enabled change engine. COVID-19 has proven healthcare’s ability – and desire – to innovate, create and deliver at high speed in radically new ways.
The sector is adapting to meet the new challenges, which include remote working, virtual doctor visits, and a supply chain marked by shortages of medical goods, staff, and services. Healthcare SCM is extremely complex. Inadequate data reporting, poor product standardization, increasing regulatory requirements, and a lack of automation throughout the process only add to the complexities.
What is the future of healthcare?
The future of health is defined by the massive acceleration of digital technology in healthcare, which includes cloud computing, data security, interoperability of both data and systems, open yet secure platform & consumer-driven care.

Based on the Policy advice report 2022, 92% of providers of various healthcare solutions are promoting the use of digitization for healthcare facilities. This makes it a good time to invest in digital healthcare trends.
What are the challenges healthcare industry face everyday?
  • Automation challenges/ Digital transformation
Scaling up from isolated, ageing or inadequate in-house technology projects to full production lines or factories requires the right mix of vision and execution. For example, one heavy equipment manufacturer has been accelerating the convergence of “man, machine, and method” by optimizing performance using sensors to track assets and connecting its machinery to the cloud to enable real-time insights on maintenance. 19 others have been transforming brownfield facilities with IoT, robotics, automation platforms, and AI-enabled tools to support production.

  • Workforce shortage
Manufacturing suffered a heavy blow with COVID-19 labor shortages. Even before the pandemic closed facilities, 38% of U.S. manufacturers reported labor shortages. Post-pandemic, that number is now 54%. It has never been more important to find ways to do more with fewer people.

  • Supply chain instability
Supply chain issues include supply risks, delivery risks, cost, quality, market risks and the potential for fraudulent activity. Shipping and logistics prices are also on the rise. Container shipping prices, the backbone for manufacturers requiring parts made in Asia, have risen by 25-50% over the past year.

  • Productivity decrease
Almost a third of manufacturing teams identify measures as part of their process documentation. Less than 20% of teams connect their processes' performance to the business outcomes they drive. Only a quarter of teams have developed risk mitigation or contingency plans for when things go wrong. Until process measures are more strategically determined it's difficult to control execution effectively.

  • Compliance management
Manufacturing organizations need to follow state, government, and worldwide laws and guidelines applicable to their tasks.
Client and supplier contracts, alongside legal compliance, can create a complex or even conflicting set of priorities. SOC/Risk management audit 

  • Backlog of orders/Order management/ Asset & resources management
The backlog for manufactured goods has risen for six straight months. Nationally, it now stands at $1.23 trillion.
Which capabilities boost your business?
  • Business intelligence capabilities
  • Supply management
  • Customer management
  • Process and resource management tool
  • Scheduling system
  • Data service management
  • Custom software development
  • CMS development 
Which outcomes should expect by using Clockworx?
  • Improved agility & productivity 
  • Improved reaction time and better-informed decisions
  • Improved Informational silo reduction 
  • Improved knowledge retention 
  • Improved process visibility 
Any Questions?
Consult with an Expert

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