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Don't miss this opportunity to download I-007e's latest free book, The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to… Smart Data: Using Data to Improve Manufacturing. Learn how to leverage manufacturing with this latest title in our I-007e library. The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to… series is specifically dedicated to educating the printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) sector and serves as a valuable resource for people seeking the most relevant information available.

Manufacturers need to ensure their factory operations work properly, but analyzing data is simply not enough. Companies must take efficiency and waste-reduction efforts to the next phase using smart data and advanced analytics to diagnose and correct process flaws.

Marius Stepanescu, technical director at ICCO EMT, says, "The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to… Smart Data provides a very good description of the main challenges of collecting and handling smart data and analyzing it in the proper way."

Readers, especially factory managers, will learn about tools and solutions to aggregate and analyze isolated data sets that will enable better decision making and reduce cost and waste.

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