Integrated Manufacturing & Supply Chain Services
It’s time to leave behind outmoded practices and protracted pipelines, and adopt next-gen manufacturing. Based on connected hubs and ‘smart’, digitally-equipped components, tomorrow’s factories would empower managers and streamline processes, driving productivity.
Integrating disparate parts of manufacturing and supply chain frameworks into a seamless whole is central to this transformation. This unified matrix could be complemented by software layers, IoT nodes, advanced security protocols, and more, delivering a completely reimagined experience.
Product Lifecycle Management would witness a significant uplift, improving overarching quality benchmarks. Plugging in emerging technologies – Big Data & analytics, for instance – offers additional benefits, like better synchronization between demand, supply, and inventory.
At LTTS, we address process fragmentation and help our customers architect holistic manufacturing & supply chain frameworks, without gaps or disruptive lacunae. This expedites maintenance, offering more reliable and predictable operations across the value chain, and allows manufacturers to curb excess spends.
We ease in new product introduction (NPI), simplify layout engineering, digitalize manufacturing via robotics and simulation tools, and enable ‘Lean Manufacturing’ to maximize ROI.
Our services also include tool and fixture design, standardizing and customizing equipment in-sync with output goals. This allows manufacturers to realize the following benefits:
- Reduce the floor space required for manufacturing activity
- Shorten lead times and make product design more flexible
- Automate processes for faster time-to-market
- Increase digital awareness among the workforce and execute business-specific strategies
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Fail-proof today, future-ready for the long run – read how new manufacturing ideas could make products reliable and sustainable, immune to multiple test scenarios.
By 2022, Product Lifecycle Management will be a $75 billion+ industry, and smart tech solutions could help industry leaders gain a significant edge, driving revenues – we look at emerging trends.