The plastics industry is worth $380 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Due to the chemical industry and the rising value of the dollar, the plastics industry is likely to see innovation...
Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 24, 2016
World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces TattleTale CMMS, a team management invention designed to control downtime.
“The plastics industry is worth $380 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Due to the chemical industry and the rising value of the dollar, the plastics industry is likely to see innovation, increased production, and decreased costs in the next few years."
“When running a manufacturing company, it is extremely important that people stay on task, can communicate with others around them, and become aware of any problems occurring,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing, “This team management invention will easily solve this problem by giving managers a very specific and thorough system that they can work with to properly manage their teams.”
The TattleTale CMMS Production Monitoring System is a team management invention that is the first system to incorporate stack light technology and CMMS capabilities with automatic work order generation. It has multiple features such as automatic work order generation, tracking parts and labor costs, and monitoring up to 105 machines at once. It can use tablet technology and even send e-mails for service calls. This system does a great job of tracking and monitoring exactly what is going on during the manufacturing project. All downtime is displayed on a large monitor and announced on a PA speaker. It can even hook up to stack lights to inform workers of the currents status of the machines and the project in general. This is the perfect invention for managers in a manufacturing environment and will keep downtime to a minimum.
“I was a maintenance supervisor for a plastics plant and I needed a way to control downtime,” says inventor Dwain S. “It replaces Andon Stack Lights, increases response time, and tracks downtime with full reporting.”
TattleTale CMMS is a team management invention that replaces Andon Stack Lights to greatly increase productivity.
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