Espresso 4.0 by Wizata
In the steel industry, one of the things, or generally in the heavy industry, what permeates is that all manufacturers are under pressure to always be as efficient as possible...
Is this a technology that's reserved only for certain types of producers and manufacturers? Or is it universal? And if it's better for some, who are those and why?
You can think of ERP as a backbone or a back office type product that handles everything from sales or entering leads, opportunities, sales orders, purchase orders...
In this Espresso 4.0 episode, we decided to do things differently. We have a double guest attack team with Crystal and Johan for the first time.
I have 15 years of experience in continuous improvement, process excellence, and business transformation in different industries.
What is the value of data or measurements, as you call them, in deploying a digital solution for more sustainable production? Can you expand on that?
Sustainability is the hottest topic this time of year or the past few years. What is the benefit of data when it comes to tackling some sustainability problems?
You had experience working in Shell and in their IT department's background, and with data analytics, you certainly have some input that I find very interesting.
We toured the whole of Europe at different events. We decided to sit down, summarize our experience, and share how we felt.
The world of industry is changing. We live in the age of smart manufacturing, and you can't take two steps in any direction without seeing industry 4.0 plastered over the booths.
This is a special episode of Espresso 4.0, visiting a blast furnace in Luxembourg, the city of Belval.
A certain part of the market perceives this and is out looking for ready-to-use solutions, plug-and-play, and it does everything, as opposed to custom solutions.