The task of enticing new QSR customers, and retaining loyal ones, has certainly become more challenging in today's 'instant' society. As a result, the fast food menu in the UK has had to evolve. Cue the next evolution of the outdoor menu display...Read More
Did you know? Your restaurant's drive thru lane has the potential to increase sales in fast food by up to 8%. That's on top of the estimated 70% of sales that take place at drive thru windows. What's the secret? Digital signage holds the key to boosting sales for your fast food chain...Read more
As technology advances, and new ways to innovate the manufacturing industry arise, an inherent issue exists that may stop smaller businesses from utilizing these new technologies. The underlying issue is cost and unfortunately, it is scaring people away from modernizing their business. Read More
In an era where computers are at the core of production processes worldwide, understanding computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM), and how it can improve operations, is more crucial than ever. In layman's term, this is CIM explained...Click Here
An article published in the Wall Street Journal on September 1st claims that the number of unfilled manufacturing jobs is the highest it's been in 15 years. Why? Apparently, many workers no longer possess the skills to perform today's manufacturing jobs. How can Computer Integration remedy this? for more Click here
Topics: computer integration
Editor's note: This is a guest blog from our friends at Manufacturing Talk Radio. This content offers a valuable insight into the technologies creating more efficient warehouse operations worldwide.
Computer-controlled systems are at the core of most 21st Century manufacturing operations, fact! Improving manufacturing productivity hinges on keeping those computers fully operational. That's why protecting computers is the 'Golden Ticket' to better productivity on the manufacturing floor...
The industrial computing revolution has advanced the manufacturing industry, but at what cost?
Numerous fearmongering news headlines claim that workers are being 'replaced' by computer-controlled systems, all in the name of improving manufacturing productivity. Is there any truth to these headlines?
Editor's Note: This is a guest blog from our friend Mike Womack at Manufacturing Talk Radio. In this post, Mike offers 3 top tips for protecting industrial computers against cyber-security threats, power outages and physical damage....
A recent Armagard guest blog post, published by our friends at Cerasis, resulted in an interesting comment concerning computers in manufacturing from one reader.
Are computers actually helping to improve manufacturing productivity or are they adding to productivity and efficiency problems? We felt inclined to tackle the question?
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