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"We chose the PlantRun System because of its wide capacity for integration with all our equipment and what seems like an endless scope for customisation.”
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Harman Technology
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Going paperless can be postponed but it cannot be put off indefinitely as your competitors are responding to the same market conditions.

The sooner you start the sooner you will reap the many benefits.

Transitioning to paperless manufacturing involves a number of steps and requires a commitment from the entire organisation.

Every organisation will be at a different stage in this ‘journey’ but there are some common elements. Here are some steps that companies can take to make the transition to paperless manufacturing:


1.   Conduct a thorough assessment of your current processes and document how paper is currently used in your manufacturing operations.

This will help you identify opportunities for improvement and areas where going paperless could have the greatest impact.


2.   Develop a plan for transitioning to paperless manufacturing.

This plan should include goals, timelines, and a detailed roadmap for implementing the necessary changes. It should also address any potential challenges or obstacles that may arise during the transition.


3.   Invest in technology and infrastructure.

Going paperless will require the use of electronic systems and devices, such as digital record-keeping systems, scanners, and mobile devices. Make sure you have the right technology in place to support your transition. 

Having accurate information at production level is crucial to drive manufacturing efficiency and lean and continuous improvement initiatives. PlantRun provides Cost Effective Real-Time Production Monitoring.


4.   Train your employees.

Going paperless will require a change in how your employees work, so it's important to provide them with the training they need to use the new technology and systems effectively.

PlantRun Training Courses are available suited to any level of user whether it is operator, supervisor, manager or IT.

5.   Implement the transition gradually.

Don't try to go paperless overnight. Instead, implement the transition in phases, starting with the areas where it will have the greatest impact and working your way through the rest of the organization. This will help to minimize disruption and ensure a smooth transition.


6.   Monitor and evaluate the transition.

Once you've made the transition to paperless manufacturing, it's important to monitor the process and evaluate its effectiveness. This will help you identify any issues or challenges that need to be addressed, as well as areas where further improvements can be made.


If you have a requirement for removing paperworkplease get in touch with us.

PlantRun automates production and OEE data capture, replaces paper with digitisation, the first step to Industry 4.0. Used across manufacturing industries it supports lean manufacturing and continuous improvement programs to maximise output, minimise waste and drive down manufacturing costs.