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    "Manufacturing systems operate under heavy loads, so any stoppage can translate to spiraling losses. Unfortunately, the best solution that many companies have for dealing with failures is preparing for a fast response once a crisis has already happened." That is where our predictive maintenance comes in. You'll know that a machine isn't working its best long before it fails, saving you time, money, and a lot of stress. Your employees on the floor will see the problem immediately on the real-time dashboards!

    Recommended Read Six Ways That Business Intelligence Can Expand Manufacturing MarginsSource: http://www.mbtmag.com

    Profit margins in manufacturing sometimes feel like they are frozen in place or, worse, facing a continuous squeeze that can minimize and even erase profits. According to Sageworks, a financial information company, many manufacturers were working for free last year, with flat or negative margins. Read More

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