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Merit Solutions Wins 2018
Microsoft US Partner Award
We are humbled to be recognized by Microsoft as the top
US Partner for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
Intelligent Manufacturing Solutions
We help process, discrete, and lean manufacturers embrace innovation as the worlds of operations and information technology converge – enabling smart products, connected operations, cost savings and increased revenue.
The global supply chain is the foundation for every manufacturer’s planning, sourcing, production, sales, and financial success. When managed well, it will drive velocity, encourage innovation, and increase profits. However, if managed poorly, it will increase costs, reduce quality, and inhibit success.
FDA Regulated Manufacturing
In addition to the challenges faced by any manufacturer, the Life Sciences and Food industries must also be able to support long product development life cycles, comply with increasingly stringent regulatory, and improve product quality while operating with razor thin margins.
Lean manufacturers rely on visual management boards and cues, pull-based supply chains, levelized flow with JIT production, eliminating waste, and fostering continuous improvement. When traditional IT systems like ERP are forced onto lean processes, the effects can be extremely damaging.
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In 2018, IT spending is projected to reach a total of $3.7 trillion worldwide, which is an increase of 6.2% from last year according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc. It’s a constant challenge to keep your IT costs down without weakening service, quality or security.
When people first learn about lean, they become excited by its simplicity and the exceptional benefits it brings. They mistakenly believe that because the concepts of lean are so simple that implementing it in a company should be equally simple, but that is rarely the case.
Digitalization is Becoming the standandard and the companies investing in smart factories now will get decide what the future of manufacturing is going to look like. Chek our Smart Factories Infographic.
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In order to be able to transform supply chains, manufacturers have to synchronize and fine-tune all the different systems working for them and listen to their insights, which will later allow them to create strategic advantages where there were none in the past, and make the right decisions without blinking an eye.
Your employees need to be educated about what AI and IoT are as well as how to use them in their day-to-day jobs. Education leads to less uncertainty (and fear) as well as to more qualified workers who can better perform their jobs.
When discussing the future of manufacturing, it’s easy to get carried away and imagine a world where technology will solve all the problems and completely automate operations.
Powerful tools like AI, Machine Learning, intelligent devices and mixed reality apps are all well on their way to redefining efficiency, but that doesn’t mean CFOs aren’t facing challenges when guiding their organization towards a digitized and optimized future.
Here are some of the most important ones, with suggestions on how to tackle them:
An increasing number of companies are turning to the versatile Dynamics 365 in an effort to optimize their supply chain processes.
Merit Solutions, a global provider of outcome-driven intelligent manufacturing solutions and professional services leveraging the Microsoft Azure Business Platform, today announces the appointment of Holly
Who doesn’t want faster time-to-market? Faster time-to-market means you waste less time with a profitable idea that isn’t earning any money. But, how does one achieve that goal?