Camstar Systems Announces Web Seminar: Synchronize MES & ERP to Raise Vital Signs of Medical Device & Diagnostics Manufacturing
CHARLOTTE NC USA - SEPT 2005 - Camstar Systems announced details today of a new executive web seminar that will highlight best practice strategies for integrating Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and ERP. These create a true manufacturing compliance platform for medical device and diagnostics manufacturers.The live seminar, "Synchronize MES & ERP to Raise Vital Signs of Medical Device & Diagnostics Manufacturing," is Oct 04, 2005 at 1-2:30 pm EST.Industry experts from AMR Research, Johnson & Johnson, and Camstar Systems, will discuss the most cost effective approach to integrating MES and ERP to provide real-time enterprise visibility, and eliminate compliance liabilities and risk.ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED:There is no cost to attend, but pre-registration is required. Please register at:clients.prospectsmarter.com/camstar/events/amr_camstar_conference/AMRCamstarreg.aspx?CID=34097TOPIC OVERVIEW:Medical device and diagnostics manufacturers are challenged to produce the highest quality products without adding capital expenditures. The manufacturers are increasingly mandated to use their ERP systems, which lack easily configurable manufacturing capabilities. In addition, current paper-based manufacturing systems reduce an executive's ability to measure and manage manufacturing performance in real time. This leads not only to high regulatory risk, but also reduced yields, longer cycle times and limited traceability.Learn how you can benefit from establishing well-defined points of integration between MES and ERP. Hear a case study on how this approach has successfully connected manufacturing operations to business objectives.LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Choose the right path: Learn from an expert how the complementary capabilities of MES and ERP best support your key performance indicators
Understand the elements of a true electronic, self-auditing, real-time manufacturing compliance system
Learn how MES manages complex processes, and automatically enforces exception handling
Keep your finger on the pulse of manufacturing: Integrating MES with ERP, using best practices "touch points"