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Parsable partners with Honeywell to digitize and streamline the production of auxiliary power units

Parsable partners with Honeywell to digitize and streamline the production of auxiliary power units

May 20, 2019 -- Parsable announced the expansion of its collaboration with Honeywell to digitize and streamline the production of auxiliary power units (APUs). With Parsable’s Connected Worker Platform, Honeywell is gaining visibility into the human-led work done across its manufacturing operations, capturing critical data insights to drive continuous improvement.

The company also is a strategic investor in Parsable; Honeywell Ventures, its investment fund, joined the startup’s Series C round in May 2018. Honeywell Ventures focuses on early-stage, high-growth companies from around the world that have emerging or disruptive technologies and are strategically aligned to Honeywell’s portfolio and transformation objectives.

The Parsable Connected Worker Platform will be marketed by Honeywell Connected Enterprise. Digital workflows from Parsable, combined with Honeywell’s technology prowess, bring workers a solution that digitizes data.

As part of the initial rollout, Honeywell is leveraging Parsable’s Connected Worker Platform to turn paper-based work instructions into digital procedures on mobile devices. With this real-time transparency into work being done on the assembly line, Honeywell now has access to data and greater levels of granularity, enabling management teams to more precisely identify and eliminate issues, bottlenecks and other blockers.

Honeywell also is using Parsable for collaboration among employees and to reduce wait times. It also is providing methods for on-the-spot learning on the production floor, including video training.

Parsable’s Connected Worker Platform is currently used at a Honeywell Aerospace manufacturing site in Phoenix, Ariz., which serves as the final assembly destination for its 131-9A APUs.

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