From managing inventory and supply chains to meeting production requirements, today’s organizations depend on a wide range of technologies to get the job done. Insight Connected Platform for Manufacturing brings them all together — keeping operations in sync to improve safety, ensure product quality and maximize profitability.
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Industry 4.0 has arrived.
And with new opportunities come new challenges for modern manufacturing organizations.
From managing inventory and supply chains to meeting production requirements, Insight Connected Platform for Manufacturing keeps operations in sync to improve safety, ensure product quality and maximize profitability.
More fully connected manufacturing operations enabled by the Internet of Things (IoT).
“The warehouse door is open for deliveries.”
“The operator at station D is running low on inventory.”
“Maintenance is required to prevent unplanned downtime.”
“An employee has entered a hazardous zone without the required safety equipment.”
The Insight Connected Platform offers a flexible foundation for smart factories and manufacturing facilities that’s easy to customize and scale across locations.
Connect as many smart devices and sensors as you like.
Scale across as many locations as you need.
Integrate other forms of historical and environmental data.
Stay up-to-date and in control from a convenient mobile-first application.
A connected factory does it all: built-in quality checks, maintenance, training, safety and security. We’ll help you start by prioritizing your goals, then grow and build on the Connected Platform over time.
As a super solution integrator, Insight delivers a complete turnkey solution backed by our repeatable deployment model, a deep pool of intelligent technology experts and more than 3,500 IT partners.
See how Insight’s Digital Innovation team can help transform your business for the future.
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