Producing With Quality

Live Webinar - “Producing with Quality”; The Nidec Global Appliance Story - Nov 17, 2PM ET

PTC_Nov17Webinar.pngStaying competitive in a globalized world goes far deeper than the “next best thing.” For Nidec Global Appliance, driving energy-efficient refrigeration solutions has made them a globally formidable force, providing excellence in food preservation with a diverse portfolio addressing real customer challenges.

In 1971 in Joinville, Brazil, Embraco began production of their globally recognized hermetic compressors. Recognized for delivering innovative, high-performance, and energy-efficient products and services, Embraco is a pioneer in developing solutions that revolutionize the refrigeration market. In 2019, Embraco was bought by Nidec Corporation and became part of one of the biggest motors producing groups. Because of that, the company changed the name for Nidec Global Appliance and Embraco continues to be a brand product.

As regulations for energy efficient products strengthen around the world, Nidec Global Appliance has embarked on a digital transformation journey enabling them to increase their time to market, quality, and maximize the efficiency of their internal processes. Integral to this digital transformation is PTC’s Windchill PLM solution.

In this webinar, you will learn about Nidec Global Appliance’s journey of implementing PTC’s Windchill, improving their product development process, managing changes to their internal culture, and ultimately delivering on their mission to provide innovative solutions for a better quality of life:
  • Challenges of a globally enterprise with massive numbers of products to produce
  • The Solution – Implement quality across the entire organization starting in engineering
  • The Result – Cost of non-quality reduced by 40%; Time to Market Decreased by 30%
  • The Future – Extending the digital thread into the factory

About the Speakers:
PTC_Nov17Webinar_MarcosCasado.pngMarcos Casado - Director, Digital Transformation - Nidec Global Appliance. Marcos Casado is Digital Transformation Director at Nidec Global Appliance since December, 2019, responsible for implementation of new technology strategies to support the business and drive the creation of new value streams.

He started his career in 1998 and occupied strategic positions in the Information Technology departments in large companies in the technology, refrigeration and financial segments. The executive joined Embraco in 2015 as Senior Manager and in 2016 was promoted to Director of the IT area.

He graduated in Electrical Engineering from University of São Paulo (USP), has a Masters in Systems Engineering - Mathematical and Simulation Models from USP - and an MBA from Getúlio Vargas Foundation. His nationality is Brazilian.

PTC_Nov17Webinar_GersonHeusy.jpgGerson Heusy - Sr. Manager, R&D PMO - Nidec Global Appliance. Senior Executive with more than 25 years of experience of leading business transformation projects. His main background is based on Information Technology, Business Administration and Research & Development. During the last years has led several global projects as ERP and PLM Implementations, product platform launching and business areas reorganization. He is currently responsible for corporate R&D PMO at Embraco.

PTC_Nov17Webinar_MarkLobo.jpgMark Lobo - VP, PLM Product Management - PTC. Mark Lobo, VP, PLM Product Management . In his role, Mark is responsible for driving product strategy and roadmap for various offerings in PTC’s PLM Solution suite. This includes product management responsibilities for Windchill based integrations with Mechanical CAD applications, Electrical/Electronic CAD applications, Microsoft Office and the enterprise visualization products based on the PTC Creo View platform.

Mark joined PTC in 2000 as a Product Manager for the Creo (former Pro/Engineer) data exchange and toolkit product lines. Prior to joining PTC, Mark was involved with interoperability testing of CAD and PLM systems and ongoing development of the STEP data exchange standard. Mark holds a Master’s degree in Manufacturing Systems Engineering and a Bachelor’s degree in Production Engineering.

PDH Certificates will be provided to all registrants who attend the full live webinar. Certificates will be sent by email within 48 hours after completion.

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