Production Data Acquisition and Analysis Management System: An Example Based on a Study of Automotive Supplier Solution

Lubomir Lengyel

Abstract


Quality of data coming from manual entry of information is a key element in efficiency of decision making process for all support functions and as well management allowing them to quickly react on changing circumstances of working environment. Principle finding of analysis performed within an automotive production companies shows a need to cover such requirement and develop a robust solution with efficient data collection, business intelligence capabilities and analysis support required for fast decision making process speeding up reaction in case of non-conformity. Purpose of KONIS system is providing a highly efficient solution for manual data entry, statistical analysis and decision making support for modern production company.

Keywords


Manual data entry; management information system; statistical data analysis; problem solving process

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12776/qip.v17i2.260

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