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Consumer technology often gets the most press, but some of the most significant technology advances in recent years have come in the business technology realm. The metals industry is no different and this year’s Metals Industry Technology Survey with American Metal Market and Crowe highlights this trend. Join this webinar to learn: how metals executives view technology in the context of their business strategy, how your company approach to technology compares with your peers and insights about futures technology disruptions that may be coming to the metals industry. Register today for this live presentation.
This webinar will examine the results from the 2017 AMM and Crowe Horwath Information Technology in the Metals Industry survey. Topics expected to be covered during this webinar include: Where metals companies use IoT today and what challenges they face, How metals companies compare to the broader manufacturing industry in IoT adoption terms, Risks to consider when adopting an IoT strategy or starting a project.
This webinar will be moderated by Metal Bulletin product director Spencer Wicks, and feature Crowe Horwath’s senior manager Tony Barnes, and manager, Ken Major.
The global metals and mining industries are at a turning point as they consider how to survive and
compete amid slow-growing demand, oversupply and intensified competition for inter-material
substitution. Metal and mining businesses see digitization as a way to both protect against global threats
and achieve sustainable growth. Leading companies are already moving in this direction by embracing
new technologies and re-evaluating their processes, assets, eco-systems and customer relationships.
Metinvest is currently in the process of a company-wide digital transformation to optimize and fully
integrate its end-to-end businesses using technological innovations to enable a profitable business
model that is completely aligned with shifting customer needs and expectations.
In this webinar, cio Sergiy Detyuk will discuss the Metinvest vision for digital transformation and go
into detail about their results and efforts in the following areas:
How to optimize production, logistics and supply across mining, enrichment, steel production
How to optimize asset management
Putting the customer at the center of the business
As Metals Industry Executives look for new and unique ways to grow their business, many are trying to better understand how they can use data to provide better enterprise intelligence
This webinar will examine the results from the 2017 AMM and Crowe Horwath information technology in the metals industry survey. Topics expected to be covered during this webinar include:
Where do metals companies use data analytics today and what challenges are they facing
What technology is available to metals companies today to better address data analysis
How do metals companies compare to the broader manufacturing industry when it comes to data analysis and what may be next .
For international metals manufacturers, Digital Transformation begins with a global solution in mind. When Haynes International began the search for an integrated ERP system, their success was based on three significant factors: Microsoft Dynamics - A leading enterprise business application, Crowe Metals Accelerator - An industry-tailored solution, Crowe LLP - a Microsoft Industry Partner for Metals. Download our latest case study and learn how Crowe's systematic plan for global improvement helped bring Haynes onto the forefront of Digital Transformation.
Our 2018 Crowe and American Metal Market’s metals industry survey provides a look at the factors driving digital transformation within the industry. The survey focuses on how metals companies are using or planning to use technology to improve: customer service, products and services and reporting. Respondents are high-level executives from a cross section of metals-based companies including mills, producers, processors, service centers, scrap recyclers and manufacturers.
It’s time to move to a more mature supply chain planning & optimization solution. In this guide from Quintiq, find out the risk-free method to switch to a solution that enables you to: Increase efficient collaboration, improve visibility across multiple sites and monitor your KPIs for effective decision making.
Advances in digital technology, and the falling prices thereof, are now offering miners and metal producers significant advantages when it comes to even the oldest production processes and the longest standing production challenges. More affordable and, crucially, smaller sensing equipment allows producers to retro-fit older equipment with the new sensing hardware, while more advanced software networks with total connectivity between various systems allows one to leverage existing automation and control systems to offer new ways of approaching asset lifecycle and maintenance, productivity, and energy optimisation. Read the full whitepaper, written by OSIsoft in co-operation with American Metal Market.
Do you want to take your manufacturing from good to great in 2018? You are not alone. Spare five minutes to: Save yourself thousands go from good to great, get the most out of your ERP software and satisfy your customer. Download our whitepaper titled 18 Things You Need From Your ERP in 2018 today to get started.
MANUFACTURING IS CHALLENGING.
No matter what part you are manufacturing, it takes guts, grit, dedication, and passion to be successful. The job of any ERP software provider is to help every customer simplify their manufacturing™. Global Shop Solutions has been doing just that – simplifying your manufacturing - for thousands of manufacturers in nearly 25 countries and 20 industries for over 40 years. In fact, we have more successful customers than anyone else in the field (nearly 150 case studies and 150 customer testimonials). How do we get manufacturers to become successful with the entire ERP system? With 3 simple rules.
The 2017 Crowe Horwath LLP/AMM metals industry survey looked into the role of information technology (IT) in the global metals industry. This year’s survey included questions about participants’ use of advanced IT capabilities such as data analytics, business intelligence, and the “Internet of Things.” Responses from high-level executives within metals-based companies provide a snapshot of the current state of IT, data analytics, and BI and offer some surprising insights into the pace at which the industry is adopting the use of more advanced technology.
Access Global Shop Solutions’ two new whitepapers that highlight best practices in ERP implementation within the metals industry. Included are “The Nine Insider Secrets” and “ Streamlining Your Business with ERP”. Register to get your copies today!
Today’s global aluminum industry is very competitive; industry participants need a competitive edge and, ideally, a unique niche to remain in business. Geff Wood, Director, GPP (Global Primary Products) IPS Automation Center of Excellence (CoE) Smelting/Casting at Alcoa, explained how his company is using OSIsoft’s technology to improve operational intelligence and reduce process variability. Alcoa’s “SMART manufacturing” initiative employs a connected infrastructure to connect disparate
and/or siloed data sources. In this manner, the company can provide operations and management personnel with the actionable, in-context intelligence needed to make better decisions relative to the company’s extensive
This guide focuses on streamlining the flow of information within Metals, Mining & Materials (MMM) companies
To transform your organization into a more agile, innovative, resilient and sustainable enterprise, effectively managing the flow of information is a necessary platform for success. This guide will address these questions:
• How can you uncover hidden information in your data that you have yet to unlock?
• How can your organization reach fuller rewards from optimization, quality or performance initiatives?
• What are examples of goals that can be achieved by architecting a better flow of information?