There are multiple languages anyone in business needs to contend with. For one thing, in terms of population, Mandarin and Spanish are the languages that correlate to the majority of the population on Earth! English limps in at third. But English is taught in schools around the world because it is the native tongue of business. Many would consider technology to be another language all to itself. Besides programming code, the world of digital manufacturing and the Internet of Things and cloud-based decision-making can seem like a foreign language. But are you really speaking the same language when it comes to your factory floor?
It is amazing how we can all speak the same language and still not have a real sense of what each party really means. Particularly when we are in the middle of defending a critical issue, we can often lose something “in translation,” or in other words, we hear what we want to hear if someone doesn’t immediately agree with our ideas. This is especially the case if money is on the line. When it comes to solving a critical manufacturing problem, the dollar investment can have a significant impact on your company’s success, and many people have an opinion.
Why not hire a “translator?” If you find yourself speaking different languages about the same problem, the simplest thing to do is to bring in a translator. Here at Komax, we are used to solving complex problems with multiple stakeholders. Because we have a vast amount of experience in manufacturing solutions to factory problems, we can assess your concern from multiple angles, including solving the space on the factory floor dilemma, protecting your workers through less vibration and noise, preventing product loss through improper sampling or evaporation and addressing energy concerns.
Get on the same page and speak the same language with Komax solutions!