How Schneider Electric digitalized their lean practices across 70 sites – a case study

Learn how the world 4th top ranked supply chain leaned into digital

Digitalizing Lean at Schneider Electric, the 4th best-run global supply chain – a case study

Ranked #4 in Gartner's Supply Chain Top 25 Worldwide and #1 in the Europe Top 15, Schneider Electric is a recognized leader in operational best practices. The company is the leading industrial manufacturer of power management solutions for medium voltage, low voltage, secure power, and automation systems with a global presence in over 100 countries and more than 100 hundred manufacturing sites.

Under Schneider Electric's Smart Factory program, the company launched an initiative to transform its global network of manufacturing sites through the digitization of work information and Lean management practices to improve plant performance. The company required a solution to replace paper-based processes in its manufacturing operations, to digitally measure equipment and labor effectiveness on the shop floor, and to scale across its diverse production sites.

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In this video, Budi Sulistiarto, Digital Transformation Leader at Schneider Electric's Batam, Indonesia, factory shows how workers AVEVA's Lean Digitization System is used to display Andon notifications, line performance, work order management, Kanban, workforce interaction, and quality metrics.

Watch the webinar to learn about the company's journey to digitalize lean practices across 70 sites using AVEVA's Discrete Lean Management solution for real-time production response and continuous improvement.

In this hour-long session, you will learn about:

  • Schneider Electric's journey to become the #4 top supply chain in the world
  • How they worked with AVEVA to develop the Digital Lean solution
  • How users (operator, supervisor, engineer, manager) are benefiting from the system

Duration: One Hour

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