INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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When looking at the practice of information technology in the manufacturing industry, a wide range of use-cases are revealed. Everything from the robotic lines of an automobile plant to the accounting software used by a small parts shop falls under the umbrella of IT.

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An enormous amount of information is generated and used during the design, manufacture, and use of a product to satisfy customer needs and to meet environmental requirements. Thus it is reasonable to suppose that the use of information technology can enable substantial improvements in the operation, organization, and effectiveness of information-intensive manufacturing processes and activities, largely by facilitating their integration. Equipment and stations within factories, entire manufacturing enterprises, and networks of suppliers, partners, and customers located throughout the world can be more effectively connected and integrated through the use of information technology.

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Information technology can provide the tools to help enterprises achieve goals widely regarded as critical to the future of manufacturing, including:

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               Rapid shifts in production from one product to anotherpresentation1

               Faster implementation of new concepts in products

               Faster delivery of products to customers

               More intimate and detailed interactions with customers

               Fuller utilization of capital and human resources

               Streamlining of operations to focus on essential business needs

               Elimination of unnecessary, redundant, or wasteful activities

 

 

 

 

 

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