There is a change in workforce dynamics within manufacturing. Here are three trends to recruit and retain a diverse and skilled workforce.
There is a change in workforce dynamics within manufacturing. Here are three trends to recruit and retain a diverse and skilled workforce.
In a recent interview with TechTarget our CEO, Lawrence Whittle, looks at the demand for connected worker platforms as a result of COVID-19.
In a recent interview with Processing Magazine our Vice President of Customer Operations, Ben Cheng, talks about safety in process industries and how technology is a game-changer as factories continue to operate amid COVID-19.
Sustainability has been front and center for the packaging industry. Learn about trends in packaging and the role technology plays.
Learn how wearables can make an impact on your industrial operations. Understand the limitations and trends we’ve witnessed in the space.
Today, Parsable announced a significant milestone: $60 million in a new Series D funding, bringing our total raised to more than $133 million. This truly validates the enterprise market for Connected Worker solutions.
In this Connect & Learn webinar recording, find out how you can take safety walks to the next level with Parsable.
Connected worker technology is no longer a nice to have, it’s a must have, as we see a shift in digital and technology efforts due to COVID-19.
Crises bring about complexity and change. As an executive, are you simply managing the situation or leading through change? Here are some lessons to be learned.
For consumer goods companies connected worker technology can help workers perform tasks accurately, help them collaborate and provide insight into data.
Over the past couple of weeks, as new hot spots have emerged, COVID-19 cases have risen among food processing and packaging plants. Connected worker technology can help manufacturers identify and mediate issues early on, before things spiral on the factory floor.
With the global pandemic came a sudden surge in demand for certain products. Mobile-first connected worker technology is giving workers the tools they need to be more efficient as output expectations increase.
As manufacturers enter the recovery and rebuild phase, there are three things they can do to build resilience into their digital transformation efforts.
Safety is priority #1! Establishing a culture that allows your employees to report near miss incidents could drastically decrease workplace accidents.
What are the key drivers and issues around quality facing industrial teams and management today? Learn from our latest ebook, how connected work can help you drive continuous improvement in quality management.
Work instructions are a critical part of your manufacturing operation. Learn how you can easily help your organization standardize and digitize work processes with connected worker technology.
We’ve enabled hundreds of sites and thousands of frontline workers globally – even while remote. How have we done this? By leveraging the PDCA model.
Begin adopting the principles of agile methodologies with modern technology, and you’ll create the innovation needed to survive these uncertain times – and future crises – throughout the organization.
As manufacturing plants begin to open up, the role of human workers and investing in people-centered technology has never been more important.
As manufacturing plants begin to open up, they need to adapt to change and adopt technology in order to be more resilient.
Across manufacturing companies the top priority right now is tackling the same challenge: “How do I keep my employees healthy and safe and my operations productive?”
Here’s a look at how connected work is positively impacting manufacturing companies.
Learn how manufacturers operating during the coronavirus can help keep their workers safe.
The uncertainty around COVID-19 has caused people to stock up – even hoard – unexpectedly on pantry and household staples. Find out how CPG companies can leverage modern technology to help meet the growing consumer demand.
As all our families, businesses and communities are affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, I wanted to share how Parsable is handling the situation.
Learn how Parsable's Connected Worker Platform, with commentary from Grupo Lala and LNS Research, could change the game for industrial companies.
Six Sigma is one of the key frameworks for process improvement, a system for eliminating defects. What does it look like in a connected worker world?
Millennials are projected to overtake baby boomers in the industrial workforce. What impact will this have on industrial companies?
It’s time that regulators harness mobile technology to improve and accelerate how P&A is done for the safety and well-being of people and the nation.
Safety is a high priority in industrial operations. Check out our latest blog post to learn four ways to maximize worker safety.
Industrial companies face several challenges that make closing the talent gap more difficult than for other sectors.
There will be substantial shifts in the way energy companies, including oil and gas producers, prioritize in the new year and beyond.
Four key trends will shape strategic priorities for global industrial companies in 2020 and beyond.
Learn how modern digital tools for industrial workers can dramatically accelerate the impact of World Class Manufacturing.
Regularly assessing HSE programs is important for industrial organizations. These 11 stats will help safety leaders know what to prioritize for 2020.
New research shows companies are incorporating workers into Industrial Transformation initiatives and leveraging human-related data to drive improvements.
Learn how Lean principles could be enhanced through technology that improves productivity, quality and safety throughout the manufacturing process.
We're so fortunate to have several military veterans on our team whose experience gives them a unique understanding of our mission and our customers.
This release is full of end-user focused features that will boost the productivity, quality and safety for all industrial workers.
These third-party statistics will help manufacturing leaders prioritize which maintenance management programs and technologies to invest in next year.
With modern digital tools, safety becomes embedded into the execution of work, not a separated set of safety tasks.
Our offering in the AppExchange will help Salesforce’s industrial customers link their system-of-record to execution data and standard operating procedures.
To celebrate Manufacturing Day, our team shares some reasons why we come to work every day to empower industrial workers with modern digital tools!
Learn 5 ways that new technologies can reduce risk and facilitate regulatory compliance for food and beverage companies.
There is such a thing as too much, too soon. Companies need to invest in both humans and machines.
It was clear that the world’s foremost companies and institutions alike are prioritizing the exact issues that Parsable is helping to solve.
Daher cites that the success of the aerospace industry relies on the power of connecting people with technology, including workers on the front lines.
Six important types of questions to ask when you’re trying to decide whether to buy or build your own solution.
New Connected Worker category was identified by Gartner to have transformational benefits for manufacturers and frontline workers.
We need to re-imagine the future of manufacturing, and part of that means figuring out a way to engage the best and brightest talent.
We’ve made Parsable more powerful with Applets for Systems, more dynamic with Input Triggers, and easier to use with a more streamlined user interface.
In a new “Data in Depth” podcast, we discuss how data – if done right – can unlock incredible levels of productivity, quality and safety.
Top performers are used to succeeding, but the manufacturing industry has roadblocks infringing on their STEM talent, making these careers a weak sell.
The U.S. Army needs to demonstrate that it is a viable career path for the modern, digital-first generation.
On our 6th birthday, we reflect on our milestones and double-down on our mission to empower today’s deskless industrial workers with tomorrow’s digital tools.
We recently hosted a webinar where our CEO, Lawrence Whittle, discussed five macro trends driving the connected worker category; here are the takeaways.
With labor pools shifting and the cost of overseas manufacturing rising, businesses should seize on today's disruptive time to secure their future.
There are many similarities between what drives excellence in defense and excellence in industrial manufacturing/energy, including technology.
The takeaway from the Slack IPO news: We need to make sure collaboration software meets the needs and improves the productivity of all workers.
Nalco needed a better way to collaborate with field operators and better consistency in work quality. It accomplished this – and more – within 6 months.
If humanity’s future in manufacturing is inserting a few screws because our hands are still more dexterous than most affordable robots, then we are doomed.
Whoever buys Anadarko will need to develop and execute tactics to quickly and effectively integrate its people, SOPs, safety culture, and other tasks.
If you break down OEE as it has traditionally been calculated, it is still accurate but less able today to point to the underlying problems
Our new mobile interface enhancements significantly reduce friction for users while delivering more information at a glance.
If the deskless worker doesn’t even have a digital interface, then how can they take advantage of AI?
What does a connected worker have to do with all of this data being generated from the millions of wellsites around the world? Everything.
I’m thrilled to share that we launched our Connected Worker Accelerators – out-of-the-box solutions built on our Connected Worker Platform for industrial companies to “fast start” their digital transformation.
Optimizing maintenance is a never-ending effort, and world-class excellence is hard-won. Here are three areas to focus on that will actually have a meaningful impact on your team’s effectiveness.
If you break down what Industry 4.0 is – and to finally get moving on your digital transformation initiatives – you have to do just three things really well.
Green Chef is leveraging Parsable's Connected Worker Platform to build a lean digital infrastructure, enabling Green Chef to know what's happening on the floor in near real-time across distributed teams and leverage the data to drive better results.
Today we announced that we’ve completed an amazing Series C funding, with new enthusiastic investors and our devoted existing investors providing us with US$40m to take our company to the next level. It’s time to take our Connected Worker platform to even more customers.
To start this story right, we need to start at the start.
The psychology behind habits and why people are opposed to digital transformation.
Why plant managers need to start thinking about digital transformation and all of the advantages that they could be missing out.
How much people remember from a training and how Parsable can help.
A description of Parsable's benefits and the gift of digitization.
A discussion with Detlef Zühlke about closing the education gap in Industry 4.0.
Time, as they say, is money. But in the blind rush to digitization, we are forgetting about “DigitALization.”
The Internet of Things is not the end of Industry 4.0, but the beginning.
Parsable technology exists to enable digital, collaborative work among supervisors, engineers, field technicians, suppliers, and more.
Machines and humans need to find a way to work together to propel industry 4.0 forward.
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