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Manufacturing-Alert System Enhances Notification Process

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Volume 37, Issue 8, pp. 12

Synchrono SyncAlertSynchrono’s SyncAlert, real-time notification and escalation software allows manufacturing teams to quickly notify the appropriate resource about problems and enable a rapid response, while tracking the results and minimizing costly downtime. SyncAlert is an add-on designed to run in tandem with SyncOperations and SyncView software. SyncOperations is a workflow engine and data historian for smart monitoring and synchronization of equipment and processes. SyncView is a visual factory information system. Both are part of the Synchrono Demand-Driven manufacturing platform.

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