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In today’s competitive environment, brands are constantly looking for ways to improve efficiencies, reduce costs, and enhance product quality. Oracle provides a modern platform to collaboratively manage and improve your manufacturing processes. By connecting devices to the process, Oracle's Smart Connected Factory solution helps consumer product companies better predict and resolve maintenance requirements, correlate quality issues to machine and environmental factors, reduce downtime, and improve quality.
Improve visibility to reduce cost, drive efficiency, and enhance product quality across factories.
Monitor production performance in each factory and use IoT to predict maintenance needs.
Monitor assets throughout the factory using connectivity and intelligently predict failure.
Monitor quality throughout the factory and apply best practices training to develop staff.
Gain new data-driven insights and drive actions by connecting, analyzing, and integrating device data into your factory.
Simplify how you analyze and act on information so you can scale insights across your entire organization.
Leverage advances in IoT, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) to make smarter decisions and drive efficient maintenance operations in the cloud.
Take advantage of the digital thread for business transformation, from innovation to commercialization.
For a successful move to Industry 4.0., streamline your internal and external manufacturing operations and optimize real-time decisions while controlling costs and quality.
Get better results faster, so you can stay ahead of challenges and changes in your business.
Digitization is driving behaviors, expectations, and capabilities in ways thought impossible just a short time ago.
The benefits of 4IR technology adoption for manufacturing will be widespread, with smarter supply chains, smarter production, and smarter products.
The digital factory promises to completely revolutionize not only manufacturing processes as we know them, but manufacturers themselves.