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WE ARE FACTORY PHYSICS

Formed in 2001 by Dr. Mark Spearman, Factory Physics Inc. is a management consulting company empowered by Factory Physics® Analytics. We provide an award-winning scientific framework to determine the cause of problems, software support tools to model and to optimize planning and execution systems, as well as training to ensure that the improvements last.

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THE LATEST FROM OUR BLOG

At a recent SAP user’s conference, a speaker discussed how his company (a Fortune 50 company) had challenges managing inventory and production scheduling. They heeded management’s and SAP’s exhortation to respond to all MRP exception messages. The company hired Accenture as a third-party resource... Read more

NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

Dr. Mark Spearman, President of Factory Physics Inc., will present at the Association for Packing and Processing Technologies' (PMMI) annual meeting. This unique event offers thought-provoking insight and networking to advance business growth.
In continuing our tradition of excellence in education and training, Factory Physics Inc. is proud to team up with PMI Production Management Institute GmbH to offer training and education in the science of Factory Physics concepts.

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Put our scientific framework to work for you.

 

CSUITE is the first software application of Factory Physics' powerful and practical scientific framework.  Our CSUITE application optimizes on-time delivery, inventory, and cost to provide easily implemented solutions... identifying and plugging the critical functional gaps in enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications and their implementation.  It compliments existing Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing and information technology (IT) investments while increasing the 'bang' for the continuous improvement 'buck'.

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"I know of no quicker more effective approach to improving performance than the Factory Physics approach."

Corporate VP of Manufacturing Strategy, Fortune 300 Company

Our expert personnel bring their deep experience and knowledge of Factory Physics’ science to help managers meet specific goals such as:

  • Improving customer service
  • Increasing cash flow
  • Reducing costs
  • Optimizing inventory

We would love to help you improve your bottom line through our unique, personalized consultation process and CSUITE software.

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Discover our publications.

From the award-winning developers of Factory Physics—a powerful leadership guide for breakthrough performance

A comprehensive guide that cuts through the hodgepodge of copycat initiatives, overblown buzzwords, confusing mathematics, and misguided software, Factory Physics for Managers is a breath of fresh air...

Our economy and future way of life depend on how well American manufacturing managers adapt to the dynamic, globally competitive landscape and evolve their firms to keep pace. A major challenge is how to structure the...

EVEN number problems from Factory Physics, 3rd Edition. Once payment has been confirmed, the PDF can be downloaded.
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Managers face an infinite range of situations and problems that involve bringing materials and information together to produce and deliver goods and services to customers. In Hopp's solid, practical introduction to manufacturing and supply chain dynamics, managers learn how to...

The Factory Physics Blog

At a recent SAP user’s conference, a speaker discussed how his company (a Fortune 50 company) had challenges managing inventory and production scheduling. They heeded management’s and SAP’s exhortation to respond to all MRP exception messages. The company hired Accenture as a third-party resource... Read more
Variability is abundantly prevalent in our world. For example, we very rarely leave the house at the exact same time every day. Why is that? Variability in timing includes what we had for breakfast, whether or not we set the alarm clock or how late we stayed up the night before. For this blog post... Read more
Successful managers apply practical science to quickly achieve predictable improvements. Imitating other competitors or “best practices” of companies in different industries is an uncertain path at best. Executives and managers are most successful by understanding and applying practical operations... Read more

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