From http://www.strdtime.com/manufacturing If you need an inexpensive barcode station for manufacturing or shop floor for employee jobs, consider using a Walmart Nextbook. The Nextbook is a simple tablet that connects to your network wirelessly over Wi-Fi. That means your barcode scans are sent to a server the moment they occur. You'll see information immediately, in real-time.

You will collect timestamps for each employee, for each job, for each kind of work, each product, each box, and each stage of the manufacturing and assembly operation. You will know exactly how long employees are on the job, and how long each job takes. You'll know exactly how much time goes into each product.

Stop guessing. Find out exactly how long things actually take. Then use that information to shave off a small layer of inefficiency. Layer after layer gets you to an efficiency you may have never seen before.

Connect a wireless barcode scanner to a Walmart Nextbook for an inexpensive barcode station. You can get started for $200.

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From http://www.strdtime.com Hi! I’m a project manager, and I like the Standard Time® Timesheet. Here’s why: Number one: I compare actual work with estimates, and make course corrections as needed. Number two: Project management charts help me see into the future and prepare for bad things that might happen. And number three: My projects never go over budget. Know why? Because task warnings pop up automatically and prevent task overruns.

I’m a project manager, and I recommend the Standard Time timekeeping app.

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From http://www.strdtime.com/barcode.htm. Manufacturing automation is easy with barcodes and RFID. Just put a barcode label on every product. Scan it during the manufacturing process. Collect time and materials consumed. And then report on your results.

Now that you can record manufacturing metrics, you can find ways to improve. Reduce human resource time. Reduce materials and waste. Fine-tune your process to be more efficient.

You will know how much time each employee worked on each product. You'll know how much time each product took to manufacture, package, and ship. You'll know how long each kind of job took, and each task. Plus, you can track time for any other information you care about on the shop floor. For instance, how much time is spent in each building? For each machine? Each tool? How about each assembly line, or product line? You decide what metrics you want to collect, and this will do it.

Consider putting this in your warehouse to track materials and products. Scan each box as it comes and goes. You now have a simple warehouse tracking system, and you know how much time items spend in storage.

Have you heard of Manufacturing Execution Systems? This is the basics of that, but without the high cost of implementation. It collects the raw time and materials, and can be used to automate such things as inventory, resource dispatch, and order processing. You don't spend a zillion dollars on an MES, but you get the basic results.

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From http://www.strdtime.com Meet Zach The educator of project geeks. And colossal user of Standard Time® Ask Zack. Define Time Management: Closely monitoring... The time you spend On tasks and admin So your project doesn’t bonk! In Standard Time, that means completing tasks invoicing clients and getting paid

Zach wants to know ??? How many hours a day do you use Standard Time? stdtime.com

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