Fastems Presents Delivery Performance Optimization Options
In conjunction with the Manufacturing Performance Days in Tampere, Finland, Fastems will demonstrate ways and opportunities for the optimization of the delivery performance in the manufacturing industry through digitalized production. At the event, the company will thus underscore its pioneering role in endeavors aiming at combining digitalization with integration and automation.
Every two years, the Manufacturing Performance Days (MDP) bring together business and service industry executives as well as manufacturing companies and scientists for a “best practices” networking opportunity. Fastems, a leading provider of factory automation systems, has been a participant in the event ever since its inception. Chaired by Tomas Hedenborg, Group CEO of Fastems Oy AB, the event has evolved into one of the most prominent platforms on the European level since 2007. It introduces ground breaking business strategies, operational excellence as well as the latest technological and scientific progress and offers participants a forum for debate.
The 6th MPD’s theme is “Through Digital Transformation Towards Outcome Economy”. Based on Industry 4.0 and the advancing digitalization of manufacturing processes, this theme focuses on the future potential of the outcome economy.
Drawing from more than 30 years of experience in the field, Fastems develops pioneering software and flexible automation solutions with the aim of supporting and boosting its clientele’s value generation. “Value generation efficiency” has established itself as a central issue for a growing number of Fastems customers. Their future competitiveness targets primarily their best possible operational organization with regard to delivery performance so that they cannot just meet their customers’ expectations every single day, but actually have what it takes to exceed them.
During the MPD, Fastems will examine this subject matter in more detail in a pre-summit seminar entitled “Practical Outcome Economy: Delivery Performance.” The enterprise will also present a possible solution strategy. In conjunction with this program, the company will show how the road to higher efficiency in the value generation process can be paved through the opportunities inherent in the outcome economy. In this context, the Fastems expert will – among other things – highlight actual practical cases to demonstrate new concepts already implemented in practice and thus also present the opportunities digitalization offers in the manufacturing industry.
Around 800 participants are expected to attend this year’s MPD from May 29 – 31, including industry leaders such as Siemens, Fujitsu, Volvo, SAP, Robert Bosch, Rolls Royce, Dassault and Beckhoff Automation, just to name a few.