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1. Process Industry Business Drivers
- How do I create consistent products using inconsistent ingredients?
- How do I achieve process and reaction stability?
- How do I comply with global and local requirements?
- How do I ensure lot traceability and adhere to standards such as 21 CFR Part 11?
Reduced Time to Market
- How can I manage a growing list of key product attributes?
- How can I efficiently mass customize my products?
- Achieve global visibility with ability to manage plant specific variability
- Create and execute an optimal production plan
Lowest Total Cost
- How can I meet quality, delivery, and service demands at a competitive price?
- How can I minimize waste and emissions?
- Manage the production process to deliver profitable, regulatory-compliant, high-quality products
2. Escalating Cost Pressures
Labor costs rising globally – resulting in outsourcing to lower cost labor markets
Energy Prices continue to Rise resulting in cost increases in downstream products due to energy consumption in manufacturing process:
Raw Material : Costs rising
3. A Need for Change Leading Business Trends
- Accelerating Time to Market
- Managing Variability and Consistency
- Optimizing Capacity and Ingredients
- Controlling Product Cost and Quality
- Reducing Complexity
- Getting Timely Information to Make Decisions