A U.S. Manufacturing
Resurgence is Here!

What role does power play
in the IIoT?

Denison Named Top 10
Manufacturing Intelligence Solution Provider



Denison Consulting Group recognized as Top 10 Manufacturing Intelligence Solution Providers

For the second year in a row, Denison Consulting Group has been recognized by Manufacturing Technology Insights at the forefront of providing manufacturing intelligence solutions and impacting the marketplace.

Manufacturing requires predictable, cost-effective, and reliable sources of input in the production process.” And perhaps nowhere is the input more critical than in the area of energy and power quality. US Manufacturing consumes approximately 30 percent of the nation’s energy, and for many industry sectors, energy represents over 50 percent of the total cost of production. Failure to properly measure, monitor, and manage energy creates then a large opportunity for manufacturers capable of understanding the drivers of energy cost, consumption and power quality to make decisions that impact current operations and ongoing maintenance. Further, industry experts report that 30-70 percent of production line disruptions are attributed to poor power quality. Production line failures can cost millions per hour of production downtime []


Denison Featured in
Smart Industry’s latest Technology Report

Peer into the Future: Our Digital Transformation Crystal Ball” – July, 2018
The crystal ball is a fitting symbol for digital transformation, since at the core of data analytics and predictive maintenance is being able to see into the future. We may not be looking into this modern crystal ball with the traditional questions about romance or children or adventure, but we are trying to determine how to get rich. With that in mind, we solicited predictions from some of the brightest minds on some of the hottest topics. Join us as we peer into the future []

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It’s Showtime!

A US Manufacturing Resurgence is Here!

We have much to celebrate and the future looks bright for U.S. Manufacturing. The U.S. economy grew at a rate of about three percent in the last three quarters, a robust rate not seen in years. Since Election Day, the Dow Jones industrial average has increased more than 40 percent, creating a near $7 trillion jump in wealth–despite the Dow’s drop in early February. Unemployment rates are lowering drastically with January jobless claims coming in lower than expected. Black and Hispanic unemployment rates have not been this low in over 40 years. We have seen a historic streamlined tax bill and jobs act bill passed—resulting in tax reductions to over 82 percent of the population—creating rising incomes and spending that will further fuel what appears to be a roaring expansionary manufacturing resurgence. []


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Manufacturing Resurgence

The IIoT

What role does power play in the IIoT?

Most manufacturing executives agree that 2018 will bring forward quantum leaps in efficiencies as the IIoT base cases are better defined, economically justified, and delivered through collaborative teams. Admittedly, the IIoT is as transformative to manufacturing as was the Industrial Revolution itself. And, proving in the “base case” opens opportunities to deploy technical and business solutions.

Solutions with accompanying economically-justified “base cases” will take the lead. One such base case is in the area of improving one of the most costly and critical raw material inputs in production–energy–and even more specifically, high quality power. Given the rapid deployment of equipment that is more sensitive to voltage disturbances, poor power quality will continue to plague ongoing operations and efficiencies. Simply put, power quality is important. []


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Top 10

Dianne Denison Featured on Cover of Manufacturing Technology Insights Magazine

Denison Consulting Group, Inc., an engineering consulting firm and systems integrator specializing in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), earns a place in the list of “Top 10 Manufacturing Intelligence Solution Providers 2017” by Manufacturing Technology Insights.

Denison Consulting Group is committed to delivering the “connected enterprise” and offers services spanning across operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT).

A distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, IT VPs, including Manufacturing Technology Insights editorial board, finalized the “Top 10 Manufacturing Intelligence Solution Providers 2017” in the U.S. and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants.
“It is an honor to be recognized as a leader in smart manufacturing and the Industrial Internet of Things,” says Dianne Denison, CEO of Denison Consulting Group, who is featured on the cover of the magazine. “We strive to empower businesses to effectively glean insights from their organizations that lead to greater return on investments, improved efficiency, and reduced costs.”

“It’s a great pleasure to include Denison Consulting Group in our ranking list for its continued success in developing cutting edge solutions that address the most urgent industry challenges and provide our growing list of satisfied customers with the highest value solution, on-time and on-budget,” said Laura Davis, Managing Editor of Manufacturing Technology Insights. “I congratulate Denison Consulting Group for its achievement.”

Dianne Denison

CEO, Founder

Dianne has been a member of Executive Management teams for various technology companies and led complex teams around the world. She has negotiated contracts with global companies, universities and government for software, systems and components worth billions of dollars. Dianne built the Denison process to leverage the knowledge of operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) to help global customers become more cost effective and competitive in their space.

 About Denison

Denison Consulting Group offers unique solutions and is committed to delivering the “connected enterprise.”
This starts with a proven, repeatable engineering and design process, followed by specific recommendations and reporting focused on reducing costs, improving efficiency or identifying operational breakages before they occur. We adhere to a repeatable, proven process – with potential significant benefits to our customers. Our team of experienced engineering and business professionals has proven track records working for and with some of the world’s largest technology companies.

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