Procter & Gamble
Food & Beverage, CPG
Proficy Plant Applications, Proficy Manufacturing Data Cloud
Proficy Smart Factory - MES Solutions, Proficy HMI / SCADA, Proficy Historian
Digitization is a journey, whether in a large or small organization.
Learn how P&G, one of the largest consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies in the world, has deployed Proficy Plant Applications at an enterprise scale to accomplish digitization step changes and achieve critical outcomes.
Mixed Manufacturing Environment
With diverse manufacturing requirements, P&G leverages a hybrid MES for both process and discrete capabilities in one solution.
Hybrid On-Prem / Cloud Approach
Furthermore, discover how P&G has employed GE’s Manufacturing Data Cloud for an on-prem / cloud approach that improves performance, reduces costs, and provides a foundation for analytics and optimization.
Beth Scheid, Associate Director Information Technology, Global Business Services, Procter & Gamble
Beth Scheid has held multiple positions over her 30 years with P&G in both IT and Sales. She has worked in Import/Export Distribution, R&D/Pharmaceuticals, and Sales—selling oral care products to a global retailer. She’s also worked as the Business Unit “CIO” for four different Global Presidents spanning Feminine Care, Family Care, Skin & Personal Care, and Hair Care.
Beth is currently P&G’s Global Manufacturing IT Services leader. In this position, Beth is accountable for delivering business value from the scaled technology solutions that operate in P&G’s 100+ plants. The world of Product Supply is not new to Beth. She’s led a team of 160 project managers delivering solutions enhancing P&G’s Order, Shipping, Billing, Planning, Transportation, and Warehousing services.
Beyond work, Beth LOVES being a Mom to her 4 amazing children. With incredible support from her husband, their family has lived in Cincinnati, Baltimore, and the Netherlands.
Tim Rogers, Chief Architect for Manufacturing Services, Procter & Gamble
Tim Rogers has been working for Procter & Gamble for 22 years. He has worked in both discrete and hybrid manufacturing for over 25 years.
Within Procter & Gamble, Tim has worked within 4 different business units spanning Family Care, Feminine Care, Baby Care, and Beauty Care. He has focused on various areas in the supply chain. Tim is currently P&G’s Chief Architect for Manufacturing Services. Tim continues to drive breakthrough results at 100+ P&G plants with a focus on value through innovative business processes utilizing technology. As P&G continues their touchless journey, there will be a continued investment in synchronizing the entire supply chain.
Outside of work, Tim is a man of faith and has enjoyed strong support from his wife and 3 children. Tim currently lives in the Cincinnati, Ohio area.