New Survey From Software Connect Showcases Technology Trends in North American Manufacturing

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MILWAUKEE, Nov. 16, 2017 — Software Connect, a vendor-neutral service that enables businesses to source the ideal technology for their needs, has just released a new report based on survey data from 158 manufacturing companies, analyzing the businesses' current and planned use of material requirements planning (MRP) software, manufacturing execution system (MES) software, and other industry-specific technology tools. The survey was completed in the month of September 2017, and was released on November 14th.

Among the study's key findings:

“As manufacturing automation becomes more sophisticated, savvy manufacturers are continually assessing their options for technology tools to support their processes,” says David Budiac, a managing partner at Software Connect.

“Identifying the right tools can go a long way towards helping manufacturers plan predictable budgets and time frames, enhancing operational efficiency. On the shop floor, MES software can continually measure and analyze resource utilization and performance in real time. By investing in the right technology tools and annually auditing their technology needs, manufacturers can gain an edge over competitors that haven't incorporated modern technologies into their processes.”

View the entire study and Software Connect's analysis here:

Press Contact:  Kathryn Hawkins, Eucalypt: [email protected]

SOURCE Software Connect

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