Digital manufacturing technologies a challenge for ERP
The ERP systems are sort of transforming from heavy complex systems to more accessible, which can through the cloud migration. Although ERPs today are able to capture information historically and measure it for manufacturers, it still faces a challenge to handle all data and capture it in a meaningful way.
An opportunity for improvement is that a bridge between the machine and the ERP. The key to process in the future is going to be automated, thus it would be quicker and more reliable. Additionally, a supervisor does not have to be clocked in or even at the plant. Debbie Krupitzer is as the industrial internet of things practice lead for North America at Capgemini, considers the integration with ERP. The data aggregation is involved that take the data from the sensors or from the manufacturing execution system, then push this back into the ERP piece. I believe that ERP will keep its advantages manage a business and capture its information. On the other hand, the further developing ERP would improve the system and capture some specific information to managers, and get the more efficiency and meaningful information in the future.
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