Manage your downtime, don't let it manage your operations...
Tailor and deploy Downtime Insight to your plant in minutes to gain insights into your downtime!
What is downtime insight?
Downtime Insight is downtime data acquisition and reporting system that is used to capture that various causes and durations of downtime events.
Why should I try it?
To reduce you downtime - Unplanned downtime costs manufacturers over $50 billion per year
Regain capacity - The average plant loses over 10% of their capacity due to unplanned downtime resulting in up 1200 hours of production loss
To capture downtime durations and reasons - the first step in solving any problem is to define it
To quickly identify trends and drivers of downtime that can be solved
What are the benefits?
Provides actionable insights into what is causing the downtime so drivers of downtime can be addressed
Reduction in cost per unit produced
Improved schedule attainment and fewer late shipments to customers
Improved capacity realization and utilization
Check out our downtime, contribution margin, and cost of paper systems calculators below
How hard is it to install?
It is very quick and simple to self deploy - no need for expensive resources, just setup your lines, machines, codes, and operators. 5 machines could be setup in as little as 10-15 minutes.
The application runs on the cloud so there is no software installations required
What do I need to use it?
A connection to the internet, a computer, laptop, tablet, or a smart phone (we recommend a tablet or PC for operator ease of use)
Still not sure you want it?
Try it for free for 30 days on us
Use our simple calculators to estimate your downtime cost, contribution margin loss, paper downtime system cost
Use our simple downtime cost calculator to understand what the labor and overhead cost per hour of downtime is.
Direct labor is the fully loaded hourly cost of one operator (hourly salary + benefits)
Plant overhead is the found by dividing the total plant overhead cost per square foot (rent + utilities) by the area (square footage) of the production line
Number of operators is simply how many operators work on the production line.