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OEE is still the key KPI. Why?

The concept of OEE might seem a bit abstract to plant floor operators, but for managers it is a powerful tool. It's crucial to provide operators with goals that are real-time, easily understood, and highly motivating.

• Understand how to use Flow for scheduling and OEE.

• Using Flow, you can create your production schedule, provide OEE for your manager, and provide TAED for your plant floor operator.

• Extend the traditional OEE concept to utilities, intensity, and CIP KPIs. Capitalize on net utilities and intensity.

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