When it comes to managing and improving manufacturing operations, machine monitoring alone is not cutting it anymore. While machine data is critical to understanding asset performance, manufacturers need additional context to develop a complete picture of production performance.

By capturing operations and work order data in real-time, users can finally visualize and understand not just how their machines are doing but the true status of work-in-process (WIP).

In this webinar, MachineMetrics will demonstrate the power of their work order tracking and scheduling analytics releases. Powered by cutting-edge AI, users can now monitor, track, analyze and adjust their production schedules to maximize capacity and get every order shipped on time. It’s time to stop monitoring machines, and start monitoring production.

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  • The difference between machine monitoring and production monitoring
  • The importance of connecting machine data with operations and work order information
  • Key features MachineMetrics are unveiling to enable next-gen production monitoring
Graham Immerman
Chief Commercial Officer, MachineMetrics
Graham Immerman is the chief commercial officer for MachineMetrics, a connectivity platform for manufacturing equipment. Graham is an accomplished leader and experienced start-up veteran with an integrated background in digital, social, traditional, account-based marketing and growth strategies. Graham previously worked on Madison Avenue in New York City.
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