Big Data, Not Bad Data: Digital Tools to Manage Production Record Data

October 23, 2020

Poor synchronization and communication between manual or siloed systems severely limits throughput between manufacturing, quality and other critical business areas, often impeding physical operations or undermining quality. Transitioning to a paperless environment with a holistic view of data allows for the benefits of real digital transformation, particularly greater connectivity, increased visibility, streamlined data exchange and better insights. By collecting, connecting and contextualizing the data needed by both quality and manufacturing teams, digital tools can produce significant efficiencies in the production record process. MasterControl Business Development Manager Adam Sybrowsky explores new ways of applying digital technology to address quality manufacturing priorities. Key takeaways include: • Why real digital transformation requires that manufacturers take a holistic view of their data. • How digital technology can help manufacturers collect, connect and contextualize data. • How improved data integrity can satisfy the priorities of quality and production.

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