About Production Management System (PMS)
In manufacturing, your money is made on the shop floor. That is why real-time availability of every detail involved in the entire manufacturing operation is crucial to the continued growth, success, and profitability of your manufacturing business. This focus on shop floor control is the foundation upon which Rising Wings PMS software is developed.
BENEFITS OF PMS TO YOUR BUSINESS
- STRENGTHEN COLLABORATION BETWEEN INTERNAL TEAMS
- As stated, the product manager is responsible for creating a structure that teams will work within, and also to work collaboratively across the environment. They bring a group of individuals with very different professional backgrounds together and work with them on a daily basis. The product manager creates clear roles and boundaries for each party to minimize any ambiguity associated with the project.
- HAVE A UNIVERSAL TRANSLATOR FOR TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- The typical business development professional may not be fluent in systems layout, just as an engineer isn't necessarily versed in the sales process. It takes a diverse set of skills to design, develop and market a product, and each skill is vital. The product manager works as a universal translator between processes, so that each employee can dedicate themselves to developing the skillsets that will best serve the customer in their current role.
- ALIGNS MARKET NEEDS
- A product manager examines and analyzes market research, so the product can be differentiated and provide value to the customer. This kind of research is bsolutely fundamental to the release of the product, as the defining features and value proposition can't be effectively established without it. The result is an innovative product which solves a critical problem within the market.
- REDUCE RISK OF PRODUCT FAILURE
- Understanding the customer and clearly defining a roadmap for a product can't totally prevent failure, but the intelligence the product manager brings to the project can minimize it substantially. They are immersed in the customer's world, the market changes and the changes needed for existing products. Knowing what the market wants and needs will help reduce the chance that a product will flop.