Innovation & Security for Critical Manufacturing: MANUSEC Summit in Munich, we’ll be there!

To start off 2018 right, we are participating in our first event of the year: The MANUSEC 2018 as an official sponsor.

The two-day event will take place on February 7th8th 2018 in Munich and will mainly focus on the innovations and advancements being made in Cyber Security for the manufacturing industry.

We therefore invite you to join us and attend our speaker session on February 7th at 11:50 AM UTC+1: “Keep your translated data safe by using a secure and tailored solution based on the latest AI innovations”

Our account manager Loïc RENE, in charge of the manufacturing and automotive industry will be your main contact there. Please feel free to get in touch with him before or during the event to arrange a meeting onsite.

We cannot wait to meet you there! Benefit from 25% off with the code SYSTRAN25 at online registration.

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Supporting Lean Manufacturing Efforts with Machine Translation technology

 Don’t let language be a hurdle in your business

Lean Manufacturing[1] involves constant efforts to eliminate or reduce ‘muda’ (Japanese term defining waste or any activity that consumes resources without adding value) in design, manufacturing, distribution and customer service processes.

As an operational system, Lean Manufacturing maximizes added value, reduces essential support and eliminates waste in all processes throughout the value chain. Waste in this regard may include over-production, inventory tasks, waiting time, correction, transportation and over-processing.

In summary, the equation for Lean Management is: Increased profitability equals increasing prices or reducing costs. A big part of the cost is the turnaround time between an order being placed and when it is shipped.

What is your Manufacturing Lead Time from the placement of an order to shipping? What would you expect as the standard for your business? What do you foresee as a likely evolution for both you and your customers?
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