Issue: October 2021
Welcome to the latest issue of InSync, the newsletter that delivers insights to help manufacturing professionals transform their service businesses and enhance service experiences.
As we jump into the final quarter of the year, some familiar themes are emerging. Many manufacturers enter their budget planning seasons faced with the decision to maintain homegrown software or buy off-the-shelf packages. We also see a return to growth and the challenges of increased demand. Finally, we hear how one Syncron customer is improving efficiency and forecasting in their spare parts business.
Happy reading and we hope your Q4 goes well!
The 10 Pitfalls of Building Your Own Inventory Software
Syncron is proud to release this eBook that provides a deep dive into the subject of buying software versus building it in house.LEARN MORE
The Rising Tide of Post-Pandemic Demand Puts Pressure on OEMs
An insightful article penned by Syncron’s very own Staffan Theander was picked up by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine.LEARN MORE
The Upside of Uptime Software
Unplanned downtime costs industrial manufacturers upwards of $50 billion each year. The latest blog post from Syncron shows the value of pre-emptive maintenance.LEARN MORE
Aftermarket Success Stories:
DMG Mori Improves Spare Parts Efficiency
Global leader in machine tool manufacturing is using Syncron Inventory to improve after-sales services process across the board, including reduced costs in increased precision.LEARN MORE
AEM Annual Conference 2021
Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
Date: 10-12 November 2021
Meet with Syncron experts November 18-20 at the Association of Equipment Managers (AEM) annual conference in Phoenix, AZ.
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