Manufacturer strategies for best-in-class compliance and traceability, report tells
Abderdeen Group study claims best-in-class manufacturers produce 15% more products in compliance using manufacturing execution, quality management, and product lifecycle tools.
Boston, MA – Through the analysis of nearly 650 manufacturing executives, a benchmark report by Aberdeen Group , "Compliance and Traceability in Real-Time," has found that best-in-class companies outperform their competition in many critical key performance indicators (KPIs).
Putting these findings in context, Matthew Littlefield, a senior analyst with the Aberdeen Group, states that, "Best-in-class performance is differentiated by the adoption of enterprise-wide MES (manufacturing execution systems) and QMS (quality management system) capabilities, which acts as foundational blocks for building an effective compliance and traceability program." Additionally, best-in-class manufacturers are creating real-time interoperability with these applications and other enterprise solutions like product lifecycle management (PLM) and the supply chain so that information regarding product and process traceability is further linked across the value chain."
For the purposes of this study, Aberdeen has evaluated and classified manufacturers based on four key performance indicators: on-time and complete shipments, response time to non-conforming shipments, overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and products manufactured in compliance. Best-in-Class manufacturers perform at:
The "Compliance and Traceability in Real-Time" report identifies specific capabilities manufacturers need to adopt to realize the above performance:
To obtain a complimentary copy of the report, visit: www.aberdeen.com/link/sponsor.asp?spid=30410182&cid=5398.
– Edited by David Greenfield , editorial director
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