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Webinar: The Art of Flexibility and Control in Small to Medium Manufacturing Operations
November 29, 2022 @ 5:00 AM - 6:00 AM
Research shows that business leaders have four distinct expectations when they transform their manufacturing operations
Lifecycle Insights recently performed a survey of small and mid-sized manufacturers to learn more about the challenges they face and the steps they are taking to meet those challenges. This survey spanned multiple countries and reached over 250 key decision makers.
What drives innovation?
We asked decision makers on what has or is driving your company to improve manufacturing. We received the following as most critical:
- Competition and time and cost to market
- Customer schedules and product requirements
- Regulations and certification requirements
- Supplier capabilities
What changes when manufacturing improves?
When the surveyed decision makers were asked about their expectations for implementing these changes, we received the following as most critical:
- Improve profit margins
- Improving overall equipment effectiveness of their factory
- Increased output with more automation
- Improve skillset of employees
Meet the speakers
Vice President of Industrial Machinery and SMB Programs
Though the role sees Rahul wearing many, varied hats, he is in his element delivering Siemens DISW Industrial Machinery solutions to help manufacturers develop competitive products and fill portfolio gaps and now with a laser-focus on SaaS-based solutions and creating effective GTM strategies, and business practices that support SMB customers achieve continual success.
Senior Industry Analyst
Arvind Krishnan is a senior industry analyst with Lifecycle Insights with more than two decades of experience in working with digital solutions for design and manufacturing. Arvind covers design, simulation, product lifecycle management, and smart manufacturing for Lifecycle Insights and is also interested in technology-led sustainability initiatives. Prior to his position as an industry analyst, Arvind worked in product management in simulation and computer-aided design. As a part of the Lifecycle Insights analyst team, Arvind imparts an independent and insightful voice on digital transformation in design and
Technical Support Manager and Application Engineer
John’s impressive working background in the tooling industry (including ATI Forge and Krones, Inc) gives him a plethora of knowledge in BOMs, CNC programming, mill/turns, and postprocessor development. As a result, his understanding on what it takes to efficiently produce parts with 2-, 4-, and 5-axis lathes makes him one of our highly sought-after NX CAM mentors and instructors at Swoosh.