Managing the transformation of data is a problem common to many industries. Flow's no code/low code configuration capability has propelled it into an ever increasing portfolio of customers, from multiple industries:
This project focused on water supply management for the small town of Merweville in the Karoo, South Africa. While the town's population is small, with less than 2000 people living there, there is an ongoing drought here, and deficits in water supply monitoring and management hampered the water supply to residents and farmers in the area. Flow Software and INTEG System Integrators had an innovative solution.
CCBA needed a solution to automatically capture and account for downtime, speed losses, and production numbers on all their filling lines. In addition, they required trustworthy information to support confident, timely, and accurate decision-making.
“I cannot express the ease with which Flow can be implemented, configured and used as well as the aggregated, timebased information value it delivers from a multitude of sources.”
The main challenge facing the production team was the lack of timely decision making and protracted delays in picking up production glitches which impacted on-the-go decision making.
AB InBev needed to migrate from a disjointed collection of breweries throughout Africa to a unified Zone where comparisons are made like-for-like.
The end-user’s reporting consisted of Excel workbooks connecting to historians for data collection and aggregation. Manual scale readings were entered every shift. Together with erratic Excel-to-Historian connectivity, Excel file corruption and human error during manual entry, this “reporting” process proved inaccurate and frustrating.
PPC required an enterprise-wide manufacturing, reporting, and information management solution to standardize KPI collection, calculation, and visualization across all sites.