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Welcome to our latest issue of the Cisco Connected Manufacturing newsletter. It offers recent articles and resources to help you achieve operational excellence, with a focus on how you can seamlessly …

Welcome to our latest issue of the Cisco Connected Manufacturing newsletter. It offers recent articles and resources to help you achieve operational excellence, with a focus on how you can seamlessly connect your factory to the enterprise, reduce costs, and bridge the security gap.

Join the conversation through one of our social media channels (use the Get Connected icons down the left side), and let us know how you are meeting your operational and manufacturing challenges. Thanks for reading!

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  1. 1 ferrario franco Da: Cisco <cisco@emessenger.cisco.com> Inviato: giovedì 25 luglio 2013 16.02 A: Franco Ferrario Oggetto: Welcome to Cisco Connected Manufacturing Summer 2013 Issue 9 Best Practices & Upcoming Events Stay Current on Best Practices Nestle Reduces Business Risk of Downtime Wireless network visibility increases the uptime of business-critical production processes for this global food and beverage manufacturer. Read more. Pella Windows Improves Customer Service Find out how Pella improves customer service and internal collaboration here. Hansgrohe Minimizes Risk Hansgrohe partnered with Cisco to expand to new markets while minimizing risk to its manufacturing operations. Read more. Upcoming Events Rockwell Automation - Automation Fair Nov. 13-14, 2013 Houston, Texas More Information Growth Innovation and Leadership Summit - GIL 2013 Sept. 8-11, 2013 San Jose, California More Information Welcome to our latest issue of the Cisco Connected Manufacturing newsletter. It offers recent articles and resources to help you achieve operational excellence, with a focus on how you can seamlessly connect your factory to the enterprise, reduce costs, and bridge the security gap. Join the conversation through one of our social media channels (use the Get Connected icons down the left side), and let us know how you are meeting your operational and manufacturing challenges. Thanks for reading! To forward our quarterly newsletter to a friend or colleague, click here. Operational Excellence: Connecting Your Factory to the Enterprise Manufacturers now face many challenges, including how to gain better visibility into their operations and supply chain while reducing overall costs. According to the Aberdeen Group, 70 percent of manufacturing executives are focusing on plant-floor data initiatives to promote operational and business excellence, faster time to market, and immediate access to data from machines on the factory floor. Greater network convergence and connectivity can help you meet these goals and deliver business benefits such as real-time visibility and remote access. But how do you build a rugged plant-to-business network? Read the whitepaper. Click for an architectural overview. Learn more here. Business Agility in the Evolving Workforce Bob Dean, Executive Director, Americas Manufacturing Industry, Cisco, discusses the need for increased business agility to identify and manage risk on a global basis, as technology evolves. “Business Agility in the Evolving Workforce” was also featured on Manufacturing.net.
  2. 2 Get Connected The Adaptive Organization: Are You as Fast as Your Market? In a recent edition of the Manufacturing Leadership Journal, Angel Mendez, Senior VP, Cisco Transformation, and Ron Ricci, VP, Cisco Corporate Positioning, discuss the essential ingredients - speed, flexibility, and agility - for becoming a modern and competitive organization. They also examine why it is essential to make adaptability a core capability in an organization. Read the full article here. Bringing Flexibility to Manufacturing through Mobile Collaboration Jason Pates, Manufacturing Lead, Customer Business Transformation, Cisco Consulting Services discussed how manufacturers are leveraging their newly-connected workers, armed with smartphones and tablets, to meet the ever-changing needs of their employees and customers. His original post in the Cisco blog community was recently featured on Industryweek.com. Video: Advantages of Power over Ethernet (PoE) How can Power over Ethernet help reduce your plant wiring costs, increase device portability, and reduce total ownership costs? View this video to find out. Video: Improve Remote Monitoring How do you enable machine-to-machine applications and efficiently extend services to remote locations? Watch this video to learn more. Profile & Subscriptions Unsubscribe Approve Sender Privacy Statement Manage your profile, subscriptions or unsubscribe from this newsletter. Unsubscribe from Cisco general communications. You can also reply to this message with "Unsubscribe" in the subject line. Ensure delivery to your inbox. Read our privacy notice. You have received this email at ferrariof@hotmail.com as part of your subscription to the Manufacturing Newsletter. Copyright (C) 2013, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco, Cisco Systems and the Cisco Systems logo are registered trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and certain other countries. Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive, San Jose, California 95134 ATTN: Corporate Marketing (SJC08/3/4)

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