For many engineering teams, coordinating ongoing inspections, work order creation and management - including dispatching teams to complete necessary tasks and repairs - is an ongoing, headache-inducing endeavor that never feels like it is as smooth of a process as it should be.
As world situations change, questions over trade loom and markets adjust, one trend seems to becoming more obvious: the need for increased domestic manufacturing capabilities.
Learn what sets one solution apart from another, and the questions you should be asking to make the right decision.
For a utility company, keeping power up and running is a top priority. Doing so keeps customers happy, keeps costs low and allows for long-term growth.
In manufacturing, it’s all about the end goal: bringing final products to market.
There’s no way around it: electric outages are on the rise. These outages are both frustrating - for your team and your customers - and costly. In fact, electric companies in the US spend approximately $150 billion a year remedying power outages.