The Reliability of Industrial Automation
My father has been working for the manufacturing tycoons for many a year and when he celebrated his 20th year of tenure the company that he worked for offered him a very strategic position in the company which was to be a process engineering supervisor. At first my dad was pretty happy with the job but after a couple of months he realized that it had a growing challenge which was to convince everyone in the company to make the changes necessary to innovate and become a more efficient workforce. When he realized that the human resource was ineffective and required a step in the right direction, he understood that an external solution was to be the catalyst for it all. He relied on Vector Automation Technologies to make sure that people understood the value of efficiency and what you could do with more productivity options.
It was a slow but progressive change and in a span of six months my dad was able to turn the company around and improve some of the inherent processes which were deterring productivity and production schedules. With the use of Vector Automation Technologies he was able to innovate and speed up the assembly process, and at the same time set a standard for the employees to look up to and aspire for.