Unlock the Power of Any Data for Manufacturing

Part 2: Materials Management & Supply Chain

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This is part II of a multipart series on unlocking the power of data for manufacturing. 

In our previous webinar, we covered why getting the right data to the right people at the right time is one of the biggest challenges for manufacturers today. 

In this session, we focus on data generated by materials management and the supply chain, and critical areas that manufacturing organizations must focus on if they wish to become more effective. Watch as Stephen Archut and Conrad Chuang describe the data quality and governance challenges manufacturers face and examine these data challenges through the lens of the eight kinds of waste (DOWNTIME). Mr. Dutta provides a full demonstration of TIBCO’s master data management and data quality capabilities applied to two key areas:

  • Cleaning materials data 
  • Authoring new materials data

Better data management increases overall organizational trust. So, whether you’re an industrial, high-tech, or consumer manufacturer, watch this webinar to learn how TIBCO’s Intelligent Manufacturing solutions can help you overcome challenges with data management. 

Presented by:
Stephen Archut, Senior Product Marketing Manager
Conrad Chuang, Senior Director Product Marketing
Kinshuk Dutta, Principal Sales Engineer


UTPOAD - Manufacturiing, Materials & Supply Chain (Dutta)
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