Expert IT services for the manufacturing Industry
The IT manufacturing industry refers to the production of hardware and equipment used in the field of information technology, such as computers, servers, routers, storage devices, and other electronic components. The industry plays a significant role in the global technology supply chain and is driven by constant innovation and technological advancements. Rohin Infotech provide information on the types of IT services that manufacturing companies may need, including:
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems: ERP systems can help manufacturers manage their entire supply chain, from inventory management to order tracking to financial reporting. With ERP systems, manufacturers can streamline their operations and reduce costs by automating key business processes.
- Product lifecycle management (PLM): PLM software can help manufacturers manage their product development process, from design to production to maintenance. With PLM software, manufacturers can collaborate with their teams, reduce time-to-market, and improve product quality.
- Cloud computing: Cloud computing can help manufacturers reduce their IT infrastructure costs, improve scalability, and increase flexibility. With cloud computing, manufacturers can store and access data and applications from anywhere, anytime, and on any device.
Behind all these initiatives are the systems and infrastructure powered by Rohin Infotech. With strengths in every discipline across the entire portfolio of financial IT—including storage area networking, compliance, security, disaster recovery planning and more—Rohin Infotech is your partner in building true enterprise grade IT environments.
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Benefits of manufacturing industry
Our clients are able to increase end-user productivity without sacrificing usability.
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Our manufacturing expertise
Rohin Infotech engineering involves the optimization of production systems to maximize efficiency, productivity, and quality. They can help manufacturing companies design and implement lean manufacturing processes, identify and eliminate waste, and improve supply chain management.