From information overload to data-driven decisions: How to put your manufacturing data to work

You can’t fix what you haven’t measured, and you can’t measure unless you collect, correlate and analyze the right data. What is the right data? That’s a trick question – all the data is the right data. Collecting it is seldom a problem. Discrete manufacturers have been collecting data in various ways from their production line processes and equipment for decades. But not all data is the same, nor is it useful in the same way. The challenge is to get all the data flowing in an integrated and organized way so people can understand it and gain quick insight to take timely action. The Sciemetric advantage: How we help manufacturers bridge the gap between data and insight to drive continuous improvement. But manufacturers can cost-effectively deploy the tools that will allow them to bridge this gap and maximize the utility of this data.

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Savio Macchine Tessili

Savio S.p.a. operates in the textile machinery sector since 100 years, dealing with projecting, producing and marketing yarn finishing machines ranging from wool, cotton, linen and silk to synthetic fibres. Savio is now part of ITEMA Group.

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