Much of the recent emphasis in manufacturing has been on identifying inefficiencies and driving improvement in supply chains, design and production processes. But the next great opportunity to meaningfully reduce operating costs and increase productivity lies in focusing on the workforce — since labour often represents the most significant controllable expense for manufacturing organisations.

Six Tips to Help Reduce Costs and Boost Productivity in Manufacturing

By implementing workforce management — the automation of labour-related functions such as workforce planning, labour scheduling, time and attendance, and shop floor activity tracking, — or by taking some simple “next steps” with existing workforce management systems, manufacturers can realise rapid and significant bottom-line results.

Read this whitepaper to discover six practical tips to help you and your business reduce costs, increase productivity, and make better decisions to help optimise the use of labour and resources.