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A manufacturing process consultant is an expert with knowledge of a particular production process, as well as general process management. These specialists can be employed e.g. in factories and industrial plants of any kind in order to monitor, review or improve their production processes for any and all reasons, including safety, reliability, production costs, innovation, […]
Process management software is a piece of software being used to design, maintain and manage production or business processes. Their range is very wide, from robust systems, such as SAP, which are not limited to process management only, to specialized apps such as Procesoid. The light and specialized apps can be further divided into those […]
Overall reliability is a simple, but accurate indicator of how well (or badly) managed a business is.
Reliability or dependability stands for how well a professional or a business honor their given word or agreements and how well they meet expectations — what is automatically expected of them just as of any other reliable and solid business, e.g. to be honest, discreet, flexible, diligent, without serious conflicts of interests, law-abiding, communicative and […]