New Delhi, Mar 18 (ANI/Business Wire India): Despite the fact that half of best-in-class industrial machinery and components manufacturing companies have a rigorous commitment to lean manufacturing strategies and processes, 25 per cent of these companies were classified as average or lagging in their lean manufacturing efforts, according to a recent research study completed by Aberdeen and Cincom Systems.
According to the jointly published report, "ERP in Industrial Machinery and Components" (www.cincom.com/industrialerp), it's clear that the majority of industrial manufacturing companies aren't getting the greatest benefits possible from their lean manufacturing strategies and processes.
The report cites that 33 per cent of industrial manufacturing firms had not realized the full potential of their lean manufacturing strategies and processes.
In the report, Aberdeen offers a roadmap for industrial machinery and components manufacturing firms seeking to attain higher levels of organic revenue growth while balancing the need to improve customer response times through best-in-class use of enterprise resource planning (ERP).
Download this report to learn:
-- The best practices of lean manufacturing leaders in the industrial machinery and components industry.
-- How to classify your company (best-in-class, average or laggard)
-- Which ERP component technologies enable a higher level of lean manufacturing process and strategy execution success.