The Middle Way
It’s no secret that one of the biggest problems facing U.S. manufacturing is finding enough workers.
- Labor-intensive processes are only getting harder to staff.
- Lights out manufacturing is one option, but the cost is astronomical.
A middle way can be leveraging technology to do more with the workforce you have. This is the premise behind collaborative robots, and there are other ways to take advantage of technology to optimize tasks like production scheduling.
This is where The Moyer Group comes in.
An Experienced Partner
Founded in 1995, the Moyer Group has long experience in working with manufacturers to take advantage of technology so they can achieve more with fewer workers. With barcoding, automated workflows and mobile devices, our applications can take the tedium of administrative paperwork off your workers’ hands, freeing them up for higher value tasks.
We build flexible applications that can change and adapt as business conditions change around you. Rather than locking yourself in with rigid, ‘one size fits all’ applications, consider a custom application that works the way that you work, can be easily changed when you need to change.
- Can run on-premises or in the cloud
- Can be modified without redeploying
- Modifications can be brought online quickly
With over 20 years in the industry, we can pinpoint areas for optimization, and use our experiences and analytics to determine optimal means for production and business operations.
Industrial Internet of Things
Integration with other systems and devices is a strength of the applications we build, and that also holds for instrumentation, cameras and connected sensors that are found in industrial environments. Collectively, these systems and devices are referred to as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or Industrial Internet, or Internet of Industrial Things. However you refer to these systems and devices, we can build applications that communicate with them.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
ERP applications link information about production, finance, distribution and human resources together, making real-time information available across all parts of the organization. Implementing an ERP system involves integrating accounts payable, stock-control systems, order-monitoring systems and customer databases. Connecting different technologies used by each individual part of a business eliminates duplicate and incompatible technology that is costly to the organization.
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