Cimlogic helps to drive improvements in manufacturing productivity

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Cimlogic, the Manufacturing Operations Management solutions provider, has announced the release of new software solution OEE Express.

Many in the industry have speculated that 2016 may be a difficult year for manufacturers. However, the new product from Cimlogic OEE Express (powered by TrakSYS) with its fast implementation and rapid Return On Investment (ROI), is claimed to be able to give manufacturers the edge over their competition by improving effectiveness, increasing output, reducing downtime and improving quality.

Cimlogic's OEE software provides a highly integrated application that helps manufacturers to improve the productivity of manufacturing processes and accurately measure true plant productivity.

High levels of downtime and WIP (Work in Progress), low capacity utilisation and high labour costs can all have an impact on business profitability and performance. OEE Express is a decision support tool to focus on production losses (time, speed, quality) and improve overall manufacturing operations.

OEE Express offers a variety of benefits including the rapid deployment without programming or disruption of production, deployment for multiple (discrete) production areas (e.g. lines, cells, etc.) and it comes with many out-of-the box KPI reports including:

  • Time Analysis (production rate and cycle time)
  • MTBF
  • Downtime
  • Comparison reports for downtime and KPIs

OEE Express can extend deployment to other lines and be readily upgraded to the professional package for a full-scale Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) system to achieve your manufacturing and business improvement objectives.

Mike Hodge, Chief Executive Office at Cimlogic said: "We are committed to providing continuous Manufacturing Operations Management Solutions and OEE Express was the next step forward in the process of this journey. OEE Express is a fast, easy to use and reliable out-of-the box OEE solution powered by Parsec's TrakSYS software."


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