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Manufacturing

Makers and doers no longer have to make do with confusing data, Get your SCM, Inventory and factory production forecasting all in one Dashboard.

Is your toolkit geared to new challenges?

Manufacturers know the importance of every tool that enables him to deliver on the job. Manufacturing has moved from just toolkits to automating supply chains, delivery timelines and product quality, it’s tough to choose one tool that’s just right.

Sunovaa enables through its customized solutions by understanding your environment and what analytics, reporting and dash board tools that will allow you to do your job efficiently. Let Sunovaa build the right solution that can make faster decisions and deliver great products.

Operate leaner, smarter and more efficiently. Gain real-time visibility across the entire supply chain. Measure and increase operational effectiveness. Collaborate better to enhance business agility.


Automotive

The automotive industry has been going through profound changes, beginning from the impact of depletion of crude oil reserves to electric, hydrogen and solar powered vehicles. On the other side there has always been a race on developing newer technologies that will make cars faster, safer and more efficient than ever.

All these changes happening around you call for in-depth insights to make all the initiatives successful. With Sunovaa customized Data Visualization, Analytics & Reporting solution build on the carefully selected tool or custom built for the meaningful metrics in real-time is a reality. You can monitor in real-time production numbers, inventory forecasts, the new technology implementation, what is working and not working for the efficiencies that is required to become leader.

  • Improve channel acquisition
  • Manage inventory
  • Streamline reporting for increased efficiency

Process Manufacturing

Process manufacturing is common in the food, beverage, chemical, pharmaceutical, consumer packaged goods, and biotechnology industries. Although there is invariably cross-over between the two branches of manufacturing, the major contents of the finished product and the majority of the resource intensity of the production process generally allow manufacturing systems to be classified as one or the other.

With increasing costs and challenging deadlines it’s only getting harder. Critical aspects such as formulation, routing, ingredients, unit of measure, lot trace-ability and product & implementation pricing must be evaluated relative to the business.

With Sunovaa customized Data Visualization, Analytics & Data solutions and services on the industry best of the technologies can connect all your data for maximum quality on minimum budget.

  • Refine Customer acquisition process.
  • Objective driven channel acquisition.
  • Production Management & Optimization.
  • Prospecting for vendors/partners.
  • Inventory process management.
  • Managing and hedging of risk.

Discrete Manufacturing

Discrete manufacturing is all about assembling things, and making things that are exact. The products are typically manufactured in individually defined lots, the sequence of work centers through production varying for each one of these. Thus in discrete manufacturing, the product is made by sequential steps made in the same process or by the same craftsman. Discrete manufacturing based on the production orders and products change frequently from order to order.

Fulfilling, a custom order can be challenging if you don’t have all the information at the precise time. With Sunovaa custom-built Data Visualization, Analytics & Data solutions and services makes it easy to track budgets inventory and deadlines in real-time for easier ordering and satisfied clients.

  • Tracking of customer acquisition.
  • Prioritize orders and backlog.
  • Monitor project costs vs. budget.
  • Project categorization and automation of processes.

BI Reports & Dashboard

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Manufacturers can tap into supply-chain management, production, customer relationship management, materials management, and other systems to enhance and accelerate core operations, respond swiftly to marketplace changes and customer needs, improve relationships with key business partners.


Benefits

  • Identify and leverage new revenue streams, reduce waste, and operate more cost-efficiently.
  • BI solution encompasses a number of predefined analyses focused on optimizing your organization’s manufacturing performance and minimizing wastage
  • Production order– and capacity overview, Material consumption, Time consumption for production processes, Defects, Employee performance etc.

Data Visualization

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Access all your production data to make better, faster decisions

Increasing regulations and competition coupled with pressure to maintain the thinnest of margins require manufacturers to make critical decisions quickly. While there’s immense pressure to improve operational efficiencies during every step of the process, without access to all your data regarding supply chains, inventory, purchasing, production, and materials management, opportunities are lost as precious time is wasted manually gathering what ends up being out-of-date data.

With Sunovaa Data Visualization solutions,enables you to access and transform all your manufacturing data to speed production improve efficiencies. You can.


  • Make gains in productivity by integrating and analyzing data from a variety of sources, including legacy systems, to improve capacity planning, identify available workforce resources, and predictive equipment maintenance.
  • Achieve faster and more insightful decisions on inventory status, on-time order fulfillment, workforce performance over time, and equipment maintenance.
  • Streamline supply chains through rich manufacturing reports.

Advanced Analytics

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Data collection, analysis, and appropriation will be defining factors for manufacturers this year. Advanced analytics offer manufacturers the ability to look beyond what's currently happening on the surface and uncover what trends, processes, and applications may impact the overall volume and quality of production. 

Yet, some manufacturers continue to wonder if production value can be bolstered through the use of advanced analytics, and the trends throughout the industry seem to point to a growing inclination to use advanced analytics across the scope of an entire organization.


Benefits

  • Increasing the accuracy, quality and yield of production.
  • Accelerating the integration of IT, manufacturing and operational systems making the vision.
  • Integrating advanced analytics across the Six Sigma DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) framework to fuel continuous improvement.
  • Greater visibility into supplier quality levels, and greater accuracy in predicting supplier performance over time.
  • Measuring compliance and traceability to the machine level becomes possible.
  • Selling only the most profitable customized or build-to-order configurations of products that impact production the least.
  • Breaking quality management and compliance systems out of their silos and making them a corporate priority.
  • Quantify how daily production impacts financial performance with visibility to the machine level.
  • Service becomes strategic and a contributor to customers’ goals by monitoring products and proactively providing preventative maintenance recommendations.

Data Services

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The manufacturing sector was an early and intensive user of data to drive quality and efficiency, adopting information technology and automation to design, build, and distribute products since the dawn of the computer era. In the 1990s, manufacturing companies racked up impressive annual productivity gains because of both operational improvements that increased the efficiency of their manufacturing processes and improvements in the quality of products they manufactured. The manufacturing sector has been the backbone of many developed economies.


Benefits

  • Enterprise wide productivity enhancement:Achieve high levels of productivity growth, leverage large datasets to drive efficiency across the extended enterpriseand to design and market higher-quality products.
  • Research and development and product design:Accelerate product development, help designers home in on the most important and valuable features based on concrete customer inputs as well as designs that minimize production costs, and harness consumer insights to reduce development costs through approaches including open innovation.
  • Open innovation in Product development data: To drive innovation and develop products that address emerging customer needs, manufacturers are relying increasingly on outside inputs through innovative channels for external stakeholders to submit ideas for innovationsor even collaborate on product development.
  • Supply chain in demand data management:Manufacturers can improve their demand forecasting and supply planning by the improved use of their own data. More value can be unlocked when companies are able to integrate data from other sources including data from retailers, such as promotion data (e.g., items, prices, sales), launch data (e.g., specific items to be listed/delisted, ramp-up/rampdown plans), and inventory data (e.g., stock levels per warehouse, sales per store). By taking into account data from across the value chain (potentially through collaborative supply chain management and planning) leading manufacturers to smooth spiky order patterns.
  • Production data planning and prediction:Big data are driving additional efficiency in the production process with the application of simulation techniques to the already large volume of data that production generates.
  • Manufacturing/operations data monitoring& management:Manufacturing and production managers believe the greatest opportunities of Big Data for their function are to detect product defects and boost quality, and to improve supply planning.