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Breaking the MES Mold: New Strategies for Manufacturing

Manufacturing execution systems (MES) aren’t delivering the results that many promised — but there’s a new way forward for manufacturers that doesn't involve a rip-and-replace approach.

January 25, 2024

12:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM CT / 9:00 AM PT / 5:00 PM GMT

Duration: 1 hour

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Summary

Thanks to big promises of revolutionary results, many manufacturers spent big on last-generation manufacturing execution systems (MES) — only to get monolithic, rigid software that caused more problems than they solved, like unplanned downtime.

There are better options. New approaches to manufacturing tech offer far greater flexibility and capabilities to enable more resilient operations — and better experiences for end users. In this webinar, industry veterans will challenge the MES category and uncover a new approach to unlock greater agility and growth.

They will explore: 

  • MES category disruptors: How shifts in the larger manufacturing tech landscape are opening opportunities for next generation tools beyond MES
  • Evolving manufacturing environments: Why agility, usability and integrations are no longer nice-to-haves when it comes to manufacturing tech
  • The shift to a composable approach: How composable, app-based solutions build with a platform differ from out-of-the-box point solutions in terms of deployment, use and maintenance
  • Composability in practice: Examples of how manufacturers are successfully transforming their operations by introducing technology at their own pace
  • The future beyond MES: Predictions for the continued evolution of the manufacturing tech landscape

Speakers

Jessica Yen

Global Customer Success Lead | Tulip

As the Global Customer Success Lead at Tulip, Jessica leads the adoption management and customer services teams. She's passionate about manufacturing and using digital tools to help manufacturing companies drive measurable impact and cultural transformation.

Prior to Tulip, Jessica was in consulting, primarily focused on lean manufacturing transformations. She previously worked in aerospace and defense component manufacturing, from direct production management to manufacturing quality engineering roles for aircraft engines and landing gear.

 

Brian McGarvey 

Global Customer Account Manager | Tulip

Brian McGarvey is the Global Account Manager at Tulip for enterprise general manufacturing customers. In his role, Brian partners with customer stakeholders to enable the adoption of Tulip at enterprise scale, maximize value creation from the Tulip platform, and ensure overall customer success. One of his main customers is Stanley Black & Decker.

Prior to Tulip, Brian worked as a strategy consultant for PwC’s Strategy&, where he focused on serving clients in the manufacturing and automotive industries for corporate, business, and operations strategy. He previously served in the US Navy as a submarine officer.

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