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Brakes India Limited Selects VIMANA by System Insights to Increase Productivity and Reduce Costs

Apr 20 2014, 6:16am CDT | by

Brakes India Limited Selects VIMANA by System Insights to Increase Productivity and Reduce Costs

Berkeley, CA, April 20, 2014 --(PR.com)-- System Insights is rapidly expanding its customer base across discrete and process manufacturing industries including companies in Aerospace, Automotive...

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Brakes India Limited Selects VIMANA by System Insights to Increase Productivity and Reduce Costs

Apr 20 2014, 6:16am CDT | by

Brakes India Limited Selects VIMANA by System Insights to Increase Productivity and Reduce Costs

Berkeley, CA, April 20, 2014 --(PR.com)-- System Insights is rapidly expanding its customer base across discrete and process manufacturing industries including companies in Aerospace, Automotive, Electronics, Hydraulics, and Tooling. System Insights’ Customer Value Framework approach to client engagements, called the VIMANA Cycle, ensures that VIMANA delivers concrete economic benefits to clients within weeks of deployment. New clients, such as Brakes India Limited demonstrate how this highly differentiated manufacturing technology works.

System Insights announced that Brakes India Limited has selected VIMANA as their manufacturing software platform for improving shopfloor production efficiency through effective machine monitoring. Brakes India Limited is the leading manufacturer of automotive and non-automotive braking systems and ferrous castings in India. It is part of the TVS Group of companies.

Sriram Viji, Board Member and Executive Director at Brakes India said, "We believe that VIMANA’s analytic capabilities can help us make the lines cheaper to run by increasing productivity and reducing our tooling and rejection costs.”

At the Polambakkam facility of Brakes India, VIMANA will monitor and analyze data from mills, lathes, and some special purpose machinery made by the client. For these high volume lines, setup for specific capacity, VIMANA will assist in increasing capacity by determining opportunities for productivity improvements. Additionally, the solution will be able to increase process reliability by finding reasons for downtimes, machine breakdowns, and address other quality issues.

System Insights will exhibit at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) at Booth: E-4736 Pavilion: IANA. The show will be September 8-13 at McCormick Place, Chicago IL.

About System Insights
System Insights, (www.systeminsights.com) based in Berkeley, California, with offices in Chennai, India, is a leading global supplier of manufacturing software in both machining based, discrete and process industries. The System Insights’ flagship product - VIMANA - delivers predictive analytics solutions to improve clients’ efficiency, productivity, and profitability. VIMANA provides these data while enabling customers to realize sustainable manufacturing objectives. The VIMANA software platform delivers a unique combination of Cloud Computing and Big Data capabilities that sets out to revolutionize the economics of manufacturing. System Insights is a proud member of both AMT (Association for Manufacturing Technology) and NTMA (National Tooling and Machining Association). Follow System Insights on Twitter @systeminsights.

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