As competition in the electronics’ industry squeezes margin, electronics’ manufacturers must find ways to speed processes and improve yield.


Widely diverging consumer demand for unique products means that the ability to produce short runs and make inline changes is essential to remain competitive.

A high level of manufacturing visibility helps to manage process changes and provide productivity gains while controlling quality.


cmNavigo Electronics edition addresses the unique challenges of providers in this industry. It enables manufacturers to retain full visibility and traceability of process flow and routing, product, component assembly, container, engineering, exceptions and recipe information. In addition, automated record keeping reduces the cost in time - and potential for human error - of manual approaches.

Reduce manual process steps and data capture with automated intelligence,

Achieve full traceability of raw materials and components,

Model a range of production lines to speed changeover


Our manufacturing execution and intelligence platform enables you to lower overall TCO while improving online decision-making and manufacturing flexibility, with a complete set of easily configurable and smoothly integrated modules fulfilling the most challenging Agility, Visibility and Reliability requirements.

Agility: Improve yield, product flexibility and equipment utilization with an integrated process and materials management system

Visibility: Model a range of production lines, improving real-time decision-making ability and flexibility in variable production environments

Reliability: Improve automation, control and traceability exceeding the highest customer quality standards

For more information please download the Electronics brochure.

Case study:

An integrated approach to traceability for a fresh start. AT&S MES project for new substrate facility.

by Julie Fraser, Iyno Advisors

Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik Aktiengesellschaft (AT&S), a leader in the high-end printed circuit board (PCB) market, was building a new plant in China to manufacture integrated circuit (IC) substrates, not PCBs. AT&S recognized that their new substrate production facility would need effective automated information flows to handle all of the data for their products.

This case study showcases cmNavigo selection factors by AT&S and the main aspects considered in the project:

business challenges,

structured approach,

project team,

project plan,

selection process.