Moving beyond Industry 3.0 — MOM Institute training in November

Manufacturing Operations Management Institute
By Process Online Staff
Tuesday, 22 August, 2017

Going back to basics and keeping it simple can be the start of great achievements. Our industry is changing. Talk of big data, the Internet of Things and the Fourth Industrial Revolution are all very exciting, but are they really happening? One thing is for sure: manufacturing organisations will not become self-organising without achieving manufacturing excellence by utilising manufacturing operations management (MOM)/manufacturing execution systems (MES) first.

The Manufacturing Enterprise Solution Association (MESA International), in connection with five leading MES/MOM world experts, has developed industry’s only independent Global Education Program (GEP). The program explores subjects such as:

  • strategic initiatives and how manufacturing operations standards help to realise them successfully;
  • the metric framework for enterprise manufacturing intelligence (EMI);
  • justifying MES/MOM systems to business leaders, business case justification and ROI.

Understanding these subjects is a great first step in getting prepared for the new upcoming technological opportunities.

The next MESA-approved GEP in Australia is taking place at the Cliftons, Melbourne, from 21–24 November 2017. To join, click here to register and be on your way to earn your certificate!

An early-bird booking discount code is available until 30 September — enter MESAAUS at the checkout to receive a 30% reduction.

There is also a two-day smart manufacturing workshop to be held in November.

  • MES/MOM Methodologies Certificate of Competency — 21–24 November 2017, Melbourne, click here to register.
  • Two-day Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 Strategies Workshop — 29–30 November 2017, Melbourne, click here to register.
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