Create Sustainability

This business improvement area is related to the dynamic ability of the business and its compliance with relevant regulations.  In outline the typical ways in which sustainability can be achieved are:

  1. Decrease the scale up time between development and production by gathering the salient critical to quality data during the R&D phase in a way that enables the determination of thorough process understanding, this being in a form that can be used by production.  The automation technologies that can help you in this area are Automation, Data Historian & PAT
  2. By working under an ethos of operational excellence, this being a combination of automaton together with management and working philosophy.  Leadership and teamwork are key, but this should be in an environment where continuous improvement is fostered and encouraged.  Areas of improvement are not limited to just productivity, but also encompass quality together with health & safety.  The automation technologies that can help you in this area are Automation, Data Historian, OEE, Machine Vision, Robotics, Workflow, Tracking, Electronic Batch Records & PAT
  3. Compliance with company and regulatory authority standards is essential for a company’s survival.  Such compliance will need to be driven by a management approach and applied by the manufacturing team, however automation techniques can not only help with compliance but also significantly cut down the cost of compliance.  The automation technologies that can help you in this area are Data Historian, Machine Vision, Workflow, Tracking, Electronic Batch Records & PAT

In order to implement any or all of these target areas a systematic approach is required together with a commitment to act.  No matter whether your business improvement system is paper based, automation based or a combination of both, there has to be a will within your company to turn the gathered data into useful information and then act on it.  Unless there is going to be commitment to act then any business improvement system will be to no avail, and the business improvement act itself will be a waste of time and money.  We would suggest that in these days of extreme competitiveness all businesses have to run as efficiently and cost effectively as possible, and so we believe that companies should consider their approach, and then strategically work towards their end goal with each step improving their business and profitability.

To expand your specific opportunities in any of these areas please email or 'phone our sales team using the Contact Us page and we will arrange for a specialist to contact you.