Shop Floor Analytics: Prepping for Performance
Your organization’s greatest asset is your data: it is abundant and it tells your story. Join US Bank, February 20, as we explore how leading manufacturers are harnessing their greatest asset by leveraging data visualization and advanced analytics to make better decisions, faster. The lunch and learn will address topics including: What is Business Intelligence and why does it matter? Enterprise adoption and change management: Non-technical considerations for data success Data modeling, validation and problem solving Business process automation and operational efficiencies Case study-Putting the pieces together to tell your story through data:
- KPIs and performance management
- Trend analysis
- Capacity planning
- Sales Forecasting
- On-time delivery
- Quality Management Systems
Distributed analytics and empowering your team to action Bruce Henry is the Managing Partner of False Peak Ventures, LLC, an analytics and business intelligence consulting firm. He has spent over 25 years working with manufacturers to drive operational improvements and use data to help organizations grow and maximize profits.
The IoT? Why Should I Care?
Our apologies for the inconvenience. This event has been postponed until APRIL 2018.
The short answer is that the digital world will and does right now, impact every aspect of our lives. And we need to talk about it. Join us for a riveting talk on how we relate to the Internet of Things and why we should care. The speaker will particularly show us how technology impact business development.
Gary Bertoline, Purdue Polytechnic Institute Dean, got his Master’s at Miami University, and PhD from Ohio State. He has been the department head of Computer Graphics Technology and author of a Computer Aided Design (CAD) textbook that is still in use today around the country. His book is “Fundamentals of Graphic Communication” (2010) and is in it’s 6th edition, you can purchase it online today.
For 5 years Bertoline was the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs.He became the Dean of College of Technology in 2011, and transformed it into the Purdue Polytechnic Institute. He also co-founded the Purdue Polytechnic Indianapolis High School and Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC).