ARC conference to focus on enterprise performance
Top industry visionaries will share their experiences and best practices for driving manufacturer enterprise performance at ARC Advisory Group's Fourteenth Annual Forum, “ Driving Enterprise Performance through Next Generation Manufacturing Concepts .”
The event will bring together more than 400 top industry executives to explore best practices for driving top performance from all plant and supply chain resources though coordination across four key performance drivers: Design, Operate, Maintain and Synchronize. The forum will run from June 26-28, 2006 at the Marriott Long Wharf Hotel in Boston.
Product design, plant design, operational excellence, asset management, and supply chain are all critical to Enterprise Performance. Manufacturers must beat the competition in each of these areas to survive in today’s challenging markets. And, they must drive interoperability across areas to win.
“These are all key issues on the minds of manufacturing executives today,” said ARC president and founder Andy Chatha. “At the forum, top manufacturers will present the strategies, technologies, and best practices they are using to address these challenges as well as the real benefits they are seeing from their efforts.”
For more information, go to www.arcweb.com .
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