Discover how to maximize your ERP investment

We know you're busy. Key data at your fingertips can make or break key business decisions. With your INDUSTRIOS ERP you have access to a magnitude of data, but uncovering what measures are critical to executive decision-makers like you can make all the difference.

That's why we are launching INDUSTRIOS PlantInsights, a webinar series targeted to the C-suite.

Each session will focus on insights and tools to help you:

  • Track and manage risk
  • Identify key trends
  • Uncover missed connections
  • Make more informed decisions critical to your business
  • Become more pro-active, rather than reactive

PlantInsights Session 1: Purchased Supply

Now available ON DEMAND.

This first session takes a deep dive into the data driving the purchasing side of your supply strategy. What are the risks and what are the opportunities?

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 2: Manufactured Supply

Now available ON DEMAND.

This session focuses on cost, timeline and productivity measures to mine learning and thwart issues before they become critical.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 3: Quality

This session is all about measures for when things don’t quite measure up – inbound, outbound, and inside the four walls.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 4: Hitting Target Dates

Dates drive decisions and actions. In this session we look at measures of success in hitting those dates in Procurement, Sales Order Fulfillment and Production.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 5: Project Manufacturing

Define, track and manage a project in accordance with Project Accounting guidelines. In this session, we examine the measures specific to projects in varying size and complexity.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 6: Inventory

Upcoming Session: 06/25/2020

Start Time: 02:00 pm EST | End Time: 02:30 pm EST

Accurate inventory quantities and costing equate to better decision making. In this session, we look at measures of the health of this vital asset.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 7: Customers and Receivables

Upcoming Session: 07/23/2020

Start Time: 02:00 pm EST | End Time: 02:30 pm EST

This session provides an in-depth look at customer composition, measures of the relationship with your customers and trends in getting payment for goods and services.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 8: Pipeline and Order Book

Upcoming Session: 08/20/2020

Start Time: 02:00 pm EST | End Time: 02:30 pm EST

Among other measures, we will look at how long it takes to win new business and what can be learned when the prospect says, “no thanks.”

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 9: Sales History and Mix

Upcoming Session: 09/24/2020

Start Time: 02:00 pm EST | End Time: 02:30 pm EST

This session is packed with tips and tricks to ‘slice and dice’ your sales strategy and help identify trends based on the many classification fields available for customers and sales.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 10: Vendors and Payables

Upcoming Session: 10/22/2020

Start Time: 02:00 pm EST | End Time: 02:30 pm EST

In this session, we look at vendor composition, measures of the relationship with your vendors and trends in making payments for goods and services.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

PlantInsights Session 11: Human Resources

Upcoming Session: 11/19/2020

Start Time: 02:00 pm EST | End Time: 02:30 pm EST

In this final session, we look at measures that provide insight around labor types and hours, averages and estimating rates, and the sources of indirect activities.

We will walk through some of the available measures and review:

1. What can we measure and why?

  • What insight can be gained?
  • When not to measure?
  • What actions can be taken?
  • What’s the risk of no action?
  • When to measure – immediate or long term?

2. What is required in order to Measure?

  • What’s the minimum required to measure?
  • What variations are available? – additional supporting tables and dates.

3. What’s the best communication medium for each measure?

  • Report, dashboard, simple thermometer, Excel Pivot Table
  • What’s the intent? Learn, thwart, celebrate?
  • Who in the organization needs to know?

4. What’s Next? – How to get started

  • Internal discussion?
  • What are you missing?
  • Staff engagement?
  • Training?
  • How can IOS help?

Cavelle was wonderful and did a great job presenting the material. As a direct result of yesterday’s webinar we plan on doing more with PlantGauge.

PlantInsights Attendee

I am thrilled with the upgrade and our progress. Upgrades can be challenging for any company. The pre-planning, testing and training with INDUSTRIOS proved once again to be a tremendous success.

There are many reasons Ampco has partnered with INDUSTRIOS for more than 20 years – not only is your software fantastic, but your people and processes are the best. INDUSTRIOS 4.0 and Sage 300 have been everything we had hoped it be and more.

Roxanne Morrisey

General Manager, Ampco Tubes