The Illinois Manufacturing Excellence Center (IMEC) announces a new partnership that will undoubtedly improve the processes and compliance of manufacturers via integrated business management solutions. IMEC, on behalf of Vision33, provides a new opportunity for manufacturers to improve their manufacturing processes and move closer to attainment of world-class status.
View Vision33’s latest slideshare presentation “Shift Gears to Success”to learn how an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution helps deliver quality, efficiency, and superior standards in a manufacturing environment. From daily operations to long term strategy, this presentation addresses the needs of manufacturers and aims to improve planning and execution of projects through process automation.
Specifically, manufacturers will recognize the following:
- Supply Chain Visibility: Manage and monitor inputs and outputs, improving response to supply and demand across the entire chain.
- Process Manufacturing: Seamlessly aggregate data from disparate sources into accessible forms.
- Warehouse Management: Minimize material movements, optimize labor resources, and tightly integrate warehouse activities.
- Regulatory Compliance: Avoid costly legal fees, minimize risk, and adapt to changing state and federal laws.
Many United States manufacturers seek assistance improving impact across the entire supply chain, and through this new partnership with Vision33, Illinois Manufacturers will gain insight into their processes like never before.
Vision33 Inc. is a leading enterprise resource management solutions provider, focused on providing SAP solutions for growing businesses and subsidiaries of large enterprises. As the largest SAP Business One Partner in North America, Vision33 has more than 500 customers and offices from coast to coast, Vision33 provides the right balance of software and world-class consulting and support services for customers to better manage and grow their business.
IMEC was established in 1996 with the goal of improving the productivity and competitiveness of Illinois’ small and mid-sized manufacturing firms. A non-profit economic development organization, IMEC is funded in part by the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, and through fees paid by Illinois manufacturers for IMEC’s services. IMEC has 11 offices statewide and 40 full-time manufacturing improvement specialists.