From Eaton Corporation - Power Control & Logic Components
issues. OEMs, like most manufacturers, must do more with less,
offer the latest technology, and deliver high-quality reliable machines.
However, the big issue that worries nearly every machine builder and
OEM is delivery time.
Minimizing the time to market is crucial for successful OEMs. It
seems that as soon as machine orders come in, customers want their
machines right now. End users may be under pressure to put their
machines to work because of contractual obligations, or they may be
eager to start the payback process for the machine investment.
Machine builders need solutions that help them reduce development
time, enable easy integration, and accelerate time to market without
sacrificing the reliability of their designs or the quality of the
equipment they build. Historically, this has been a difficult task.
Standardizing on solutions such as operator interfaces that help slash
development time can help OEMs meet these demanding
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