For decades, safety has been paramount in almost all organizations. Ever since Paul O’Neill showed at Alcoa that safety isn’t just an HR issue, but a bottom-line issue that can have a massively positive impact on the organization and its employees, few have argued the importance of being safety-first.
Industria 4.0: el futuro estado operativo asociado con una carrera de “armas de tecnología” en contra de la competencia!
Topics: Industry 4.0
Andonix was featured as part of the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC)”s 25th Anniversary National Conference. David Salazar, Andonix CEO, presented with Lynda Applegate, Baker Foundation Professor and Sarofim-Rock Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School on analyzing and pursuing opportunities.
The ability to evolve and leverage new processes, technologies and management styles keeps a business nimble and resilient to market conditions. With more than half of all companies failing in their first four years (51% of manufacturing companies), companies are being forced to change and adopt new philosophies.
Topics: Managerial Model
Camexa announced their list of new member companies for July-October, 2019, featuring Andonix
Andonix has been admitted as a new member company of the German - Mexico Chamber of Commerce, to be recognized at the CAMEXA Gala Dinner on November 9 at the Hilton Mexico City Reforma Hotel.
By 2030, Gartner estimates that 30% of industrial enterprises will have full deployments of constantly connected platforms. Through this year, only 15% of those organizations have done so. As a result of this rapid expansion, the global IIoT market is expected to grow to nearly $1 trillion by 2025 at a CAGR of 29.4%.
Andonix is proud to be participating at the 2019 Global Operations Conference being held by the Tauber Institute for Global Operations at the University of Michigan.
Discover the impact of industry 4.0 technology to make employees happier, more productive, and more creative.
Technology has fundamentally transformed how we do business, but until recently, that transformation has been largely focused on the 10% of workers in the front office.
Topics: Industry 4.0
For the first time since January 2016, ISM’s manufacturing index fell below 50% in August. It fell even lower in September to 47.8%, marking the first contraction of manufacturing activity in the economy after 125 consecutive months of growth.