The point is of course, rhetorical in principle because machine tool monitoring allows you to generate automated information about which machines work most efficiently, which are most often serviced, and which are repaired too often. In addition, monitoring allows you to anticipate the required technical inspections based upon actual operating hour and not operator estimations. Precise supervision raises not only disciplined use of machinery, but also allows for optimal planning of production and introduction of changes between shifts. If we add the opportunity to integrate with the cost center, the advantages become obvious. Employees work well because they are well supervised!