How Can Stakeholders at Your Company Benefit From Real-time Manufacturing KPI Analysis?

Emily Suzuki Emily Suzuki December 19, 2022

1 min read

See how Fusion Operations enables real-time manufacturing KPI analysis so that key stakeholders stay up-to-date during the manufacturing process.

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Manufacturing planning and execution involve several stakeholders, from CEOs/owners to quality managers, production directors, logistics directors, operation managers, the finance team, and shop floor leadership. Each entity is responsible for its own department’s specialized concerns and KPIs.

It’s essential that progress throughout the manufacturing process (from procurement planning to deliverance of finished goods) is constantly monitored and shared amongst these key stakeholders.

It especially benefits the company when this information is shared in real-time amongst those involved in the planning and execution process. Real-time information sharing allows for a streamlined and smoothly executed manufacturing process.

Manufacturing KPI analysis with Fusion Operations

Fusion Operations’s real-time manufacturing KPI analysis features allow your stakeholders to easily measure, manage and share important KPIs amongst themselves.

For instance, your production/shop floor manager may want to learn about operation efficiency by measuring the timeliness of the production schedule. Therefore, their main KPIs would be worker and machine performance and OEE tracking. Fusion Operations enables shop floor managers to track this efficiency right from their desks or mobile devices as they move across the shop floor.

On the other hand, your quality assurance manager needs to quickly access and generate different kinds of production reports. They need the ability to report on production yields, including scraps or reworked goods. Meanwhile, the planner/scheduler may benefit from analyzing production capacity reports to manage worker schedules and scheduling impacts on the production line. At the same time, your IT or Maintenance Manager is concerned with machine downtimes.

Therefore, it’s crucial that stakeholders involved in the manufacturing process can share, update and manage production progress amongst each other.

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