Productivity and Throughput Only Possible with Supply Chain Visibility in Upcoming Webinar Next Week
Cupertino, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/05/2016 -- Productivity and throughput is only possible with supply chain visibility. An upcoming webinar next week on Monday, April 11, 2016 at 11:00 am EST will address Six Sigma and lean manufacturing. The webinar is called, "The Intersection of Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma." There is limited space available to attend so it is recommended to register immediately at: http://bit.ly/1nVMDke.
Respected manufacturing journalist Thomas R. Cutler will moderate a conversation about the role that technology is playing in the recent overlap and utilization of both advanced lean manufacturing techniques in conjunction with Six Sigma methodologies. Cutler, the host of a weekly episodic video discussion, Kanbanversation, said these best practice methods have often been introduced separately and even the advent of Lean Six Sigma is now aggressively supported by new technologically supported solutions.
Suggested attendees include those companies with Continuous Process Improvement, Lean Initiative, and Six Sigma teams currently implemented. The ability to discern which projects optimize the impact of these programs is being avidly supported by technology which will be explored. Often there is a fatigue and overwhelm following a year or more of these initiatives; keeping the time, effort, and resources in these efforts must also eliminate waste, which is the purpose of this important conversation.
Participants include Randy Clark a Six Sigma Black Belt, American Society of Quality Examiner, Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award with over two decades as a practitioner and leader in Continuous Improvement efforts, with companies like Pitney Bowes and Whirlpool. Additionally Frank Kapper will join the conversation with over 30 years of experience architecting, directing, and managing successful enterprise and division-level information technology and business systems transformation initiatives in mission critical environments. Kapper is a proven innovator in the application of advanced IT systems and process improvement methodologies to drive sustainable bottom-line improvement and growth.
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Ultriva's cloud-based collaborative supply chain solutions solve challenges by creating a demand responsive network that extends from manufacturer's customers, through their plants and out to their supply chain partners. Global manufacturers using Ultriva benefit from more responsive and flexible supply networks and reduce inventory costs by an average of 35-40 percent per plant and improve customer delivery performance.
Ultriva (http://www.ultriva.com) seamlessly integrates with leading ERP (SAP, Oracle, and others) to deliver an end-to-end pull-based replenishment solution, including eKanban. Based in Cupertino, CA, Ultriva by Upland implements a global demand-driven manufacturing model by providing full visibility, scheduling, and sequencing of production of customer orders. The global footprint is increasing rapidly with implementations in wide variety of industry sectors and enterprises such as Magellan Aerospace, CareFusion, Emerson, Ingersoll Rand, McKesson, Triumph Group, Regal Beloit, and Thermo Fisher. Follow Ultriva by Upland on Twitter at @Ultriva.
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