Information technology will help with faster production times, says TigerStop's Scott Brode
May 4, 2018 | 4:33 pm CDT

With high customer demand, Scott Brode, the Midwest regional manager for TigerStop says the process from software design to shipment needs to be faster. The issue, he says, is getting the workers with the skill set to thoroughly get through the process.

Brode discusses the importance of information technology and explains how it needs to go "from top-to-bottom and all the way through" for faster production times.

He says TigerStop is developing the human machine interfaces (HMI) to maintain consistent, easy-to-use cross-communication for the employees who lack hands-on experience.  

 

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