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Revolutionising Manufacturing with Prodsmart
Baker Baynes


Baker Baynes
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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 14 Mar 2024
  • Time: 4:00 am - 5:00 pm



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14 Mar 2024


10:00 am - 11:00 pm

Revolutionising Manufacturing with Prodsmart

Join us for an insightful webinar as Baker Baynes presents an in-depth exploration into how Autodesk Prodsmart, a Manufacturing Execution System (MES), can revolutionise manufacturing processes.

Discover how Prodsmart, as a MES, automates and digitises manufacturing processes, allowing you to manage, monitor, and track the transformation of raw materials into finished products in real-time. Learn how to gain invaluable insights into manufacturing operations, enabling you to improve performance, lower costs, and increase production efficiency. The session will also delve into how Prodsmart ensures audit readiness, enhances resource planning, and provides flexibility to respond to market demands, ultimately impacting manufacturing throughput significantly.

Learning Outcomes :

-MES Insights: Understand the fundamentals of a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) and how Prodsmart applies these principles to manufacturing.

-Process Optimisation: Discover how Prodsmart, as an MES, streamlines manufacturing processes for increased efficiency and productivity.

-Real-time Visibility: Gain insights into how Prodsmart enhances visibility into real-time production data, empowering decision-makers with accurate information.

-Audit Readiness: Explore how Prodsmart ensures compliance and audit readiness, providing peace of mind for Quality Managers.

-Resource Planning: Learn about the benefits of resource planning within the MES framework and how it contributes to seamless operations and adaptability in response to market demands.

-Impact on Throughput: Discover the significant impact Prodsmart, as an MES, can have on manufacturing throughput, improving overall operational performance.

Who Should Attend?

-Manufacturing Engineers
-Production and Operations Managers
-Quality Managers
-Professionals involved in manufacturing processes
-Decision-makers seeking MES solutions for process optimisation and efficiency
-Anyone interested in the latest advancements in manufacturing technology

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