Connected Operations increase efficiency and save you money

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Our guide will give you the information you need to:

  • Implement connected operations across multiple settings
  • Apply connected operations to multiple different processes and functions.
  • Learn from examples and use cases
  • Select metrics and measurements

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Business Value of Connected Operations
Business Value of Connected Operations
Business Value of Connected Operations

Our business is about harnessing data to deliver insight that can improve performance and ultimately our clients' bottom line. InVMA has delivered a solution that adds a new flexible dimension to our OEE product, which presents information to our clients quickly, in a digestible format and in a way that they want.

Simon Garbett, Gemba

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Jon Hill

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Jon Hill - Business Development Director

Jon is Business Development Director of InVMA responsible for understanding a client’s need and proposing a solution to meet it. He has a history of successfully delivering strategic, large-scale technology-enabled change as a Board Member, Advisor and Programme Director. Originally an Engineer with Ford Motor Company, he moved into IT enabled transformation change with Ernst & Young and then Deloitte before becoming an Entrepreneur (Wexner, Avisen, 1Spatial, Bellrock and InVMA.) Jon has a thorough understanding of the new business and organisational models created by using the technology of the Internet of Things. Jon is skilled at analysing strategy, developing strategic options and helping clients deliver them. He has an MA in Engineering from Trinity College Cambridge, an MBA from Warwick Business School and is a Member of the Institute of Directors.