Building materials manufacturers have to streamline production to meet customer demand and stay competitive in the market. But with operational challenges and supply chain issues, meeting those targets is a challenge. Addressing machine reliability can change how your equipment and production runs. Learn how Machine Health can help teams improve machine performance, increase throughput, and hit every business goal.
Reliability for building materials manufacturers comes in many forms. When it comes to predictive maintenance, leaders consider all the options: thermography, ultrasound, vibration, etc. But with supply chain disruptions, unpredictable demand, and workforce challenges combined with tight deadlines and margins - they want to produce at a greater capacity realization with the machines they have.
Whether it is maximizing efficiency, sustainability, or safety - leaders should look at Machine Health as the first option to digitally transform their operations. When a machine goes down, a line grinds to a halt and the costs add up. With continuous machine monitoring and Machine Health AI insights, manufacturers can improve equipment performance, reduce downtime, and give workers the insights they need to make every production hour count.
- Explore how machine reliability can be improved with Machine Health
- Discover why you should start your digital transformation journey with Machine Health
- Examine how AI insights can change work for your teams and scale across your enterprise
Brian Fitzgerald has 35+ years experience in high tech marketing, sales and strategy. He’s helping build sales and marketing teams in multiple companies, driving revenues, brand and business strategy. His background includes industry-leading companies in data storage, cybersecurity and Industrial IoT. As a technology business leader and also as founder of a marketing and branding firm he’s specialized in helping companies create and lead new categories ranging from Enterprise Storage, Application Security and Security Analytics to Machine Health and Production Health.
Scott Reed is a seasoned manufacturing executive with over 30 years of experience leading manufacturing organizations in driving change and improvement in the areas of institutional knowledge management, operational excellence, asset performance management, innovation and industrial transformation. He has extensive experience working in continuous process environments delivering world class OEE and utilization disciplines while achieving innovation objectives related to process technology development, adoption and integration. Reed currently works as an industry advisor to support manufacturers and industry services and solutions providers in the achievement of their business objectives and goals.
Amy Marchesi focuses on Augury’s portfolio of machine health solutions. She has 10 years of experience helping technology and finance companies implement go-to-market strategies centered on customer value and success, and has a B.A. from Hamilton College.