• SoftSolutions, Inc. is proud to annouce that we had another successful show at 2015 INFO*FLEX in Nashville Tennessee!

    Thanks to the crowds that perused the aisles and the customers who scheduled time with us, we stayed busy during the entire show and are now reaping the benefits of our one on one discussions that lead to sales!

    In following LEAN initiatives, SSI has scaled down our own demo bench to what we consider to be our simplest display to date. With a tablet, monitor or laptop, it was evident that prospects were easily able to grasp how our LEAN approach to OEE information gives a very clear picture of production effectiveness.

    If you have been working on establishing LEAN initiatives for your shop floor production, take advantage of our simple yet effective demonstration of OEE. 

    Visit us at our next show, GraphExpo 2015 Sept 13-16 Chicago BOOTH 253. Email ksaunders@softsolutionsit.com for more information or to reserve a time slot to speak with one of our representatives.


  • ROANOKE, VA – (March 6, 2015) – SoftSolutions, a technology firm specializing in real-time productivity solutions, has connected over 500 manufacturing lines across the USA and Canada via its Flex web-based platform.  More than 40 industrial sites now utilize SoftSolutions’ Flex system to gain real-time feedback on production results from tablets, smart phones, and other browser based devices.

    SoftSolutions also signed a contract in Q1 of 2015 with a large Print Packaging company in Guatemala.  This is the first installation of SoftSolutions’ products within the Latin America market.

    Jay Foster, President of SoftSolutions, stated “These are two significant milestones for our company.  We are on the forefront of an exciting new capability that some are calling the Industrial ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT).  As we continue to expand into new plants, new industrial sectors, and new geographic regions, we are gaining valuable insight from clients on how we can best translate the promise of IoT into tangible business results.  We see this technology as a game changer and it is our passion to continue developing simple and cost effective products that accelerate the benefits for our clients.” 

    Worldwide spending on the Industrial Internet of Things is expected to grow from $20 billion in 2012 to $500 billion by 2020. (http://www.mbtmag.com/articles/2015/02/how-high-tech-can-pursue-industrial-internet-things-market  )
  • Attendees at EPMS' annual user conference will learn how - by implementing an RPM (Real-time Production Management) system - they can manage the needs of their entire operation, from the shop floor to the top floor...from anywhere, anytime.
    Real-time Production Management:  RPM Accelerates the Journey to Lean Manufacturing
    Who doesn't want to decrease both waste and press downtime, while increasing throughput and profit?
    They will learn how RPM Systems:
    • Monitor press performance and provide immediate shop floor data
    • Significantly reduce product waste, downtime and non-productive labor hours
    • Automatically detect variances so they can pinpoint problems immediately
    • Help standardize workflows
    Jay will also present Case Studies showing one company's 80% reduction in over-production, and another company's significant reduction in unplanned down-time.
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