Learn About MES from Six Leading Woodworking Manufacturers
Lamar, MO. (Mar. 18, 2019) – RSA Solutions is hosting an educational webinar on March 21st on manufacturing execution systems (MES) featuring a panel discussion by six leading woodworking manufacturers. Participants will learn why these industry leaders invested in MES and how doing so has helped their businesses across almost every facet, from office to manufacturing, to delivery and installation. Contributing companies include Commercial Interiors Manufacturing, Custom Cabinets, Franklin Building Supply, Homestead Cabinet & Furniture, Lutz Woodworks, LLC and Timberline Cabinetry & Millwork. There is no cost to register.
“Manufacturing execution systems (MES) is yet another way that companies can track and improve their production and efficiency,” says Roger Shaw, RSA Solutions chairman and founder. “A lot of the time, however, companies don’t get enough real-world information about MES to help them see not only how it really works but why it could really impact their bottom line.” Shaw ends with, “It’s not often that manufacturers get to see how ‘the other guys’ do it – and at this webinar we have six leading woodworking manufacturers who will share their experiences with MES so that anyone who’s interested in learning more, can learn about it first-hand.”
Upcoming educational webcasts from RSA include:
- Mar. 21, 2019 – Why and How Six Leading Woodworking Companies Moved to MES
- Apr. 4, 2019 – Estimating: Develop data for pricing and leverage the data into MRP, ERP, Engineering
- Apr. 18, 2019 – Data Management: Your Most Important Asset
- May 2, 2019 – Do You Need RFID? Pros and Cons
About RSA Solutions
RSA Solutions, Inc. is based in Lamar, MO, and has consultants located throughout North America who specialize in solving manufacturing problems with innovative software solutions that are based on each customer’s unique needs and process-specific challenges. RSA consultative services quickly help companies get on the path to more efficient and profitable manufacturing processes regardless of what they’re currently using for software and machinery. For more information go to http://www.rsasolutions.com or call 1-866-930-0772.