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Resiliency in the Age of Disruption: What Manufacturers Should Know

Traditional manufacturing systems are disconnected. In a recent digital transformation survey by Forbes, only 18% of companies rate their use of digital technology as “very effective.” In comparison, 70% of companies fail to reach their digital transformation goal.

Whether you have remained in a paper-based operation or adopted expensive digital tools like an MES, the joint pain point has not changed. Manufacturing processes are inherently complex and often cannot be form-fitted into the rigid configuration requirements of typical MES ERP systems, and one-off point solutions. This disconnection breeds inefficiency, inflexibility, and lags in decision-making.

In these uncertain times where profit margins matter most and customer demands are becoming more unpredictable, your manufacturing operations need to be resilient. That starts with making your most important asset at the center of your processes and production: your frontline workers

Join industry veterans Russ Waddell and Tim Reblitz from Tulip as they make a case for connected, augmented operations – and how to get there with the right approach and technology.

They’ll discuss the following:

  • The common pitfalls of traditional MES and point solutions

  • Why have these systems consistently failed manufacturers despite significant technological developments in the last decade

  • Solutions to the most enduring challenges in manufacturing

  • How you can start building connected operations, that drive continuous improvement and brings faster time-to-value and ROI, beginning today

We finally have the possibility to provide industrial engineers at the frontline with real-time data on their processes, machines, workers, and much more. Join our webinar to hear about this, and how frontline workers, even those at the bottom of corporate hierarchies, can be empowered, too.



    Russ Waddell

    Community Lead, Tulip


    Tim Reblitz

    Solution Lead, Tulip