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In the volatile business environment, critical decisions must be made more frequently and more quickly than ever before.

To do this, managers need immediate access to accurate and up to date information. Anything less than perfect data will add cost or introduce risks – or, more probably, some combination of both. For manufacturers, most decisions will be influenced by the current state of production, so what is happening inside the plant needs to be “visible” as an integral part of managers’ dashboards.

The continuing drive for supply chains to truly serve market success efficiently, involves eliminating unnecessary costs and delays from the entire supply chain operation. So that manufacturing is an efficient element within this chain, operations need to be done consistently right, with no margin errors or unnecessary variations. Processes need to be simplified and then automated.

Moreover, companies operating in the industry sector must continuously embrace change or find themselves overtaken by more agile and more adaptable competitors. The market is entirely unforgiving – profit goes to the company who is “first to volume” with each new innovation.

Our manufacturing execution and intelligence platform provides the greatest agility and scalability, enabling you to lower overall TCO while improving online visibility and operational intelligence, with a complete set of easily configurable and smoothly integrated modules fulfilling the most challenging Agility, Visibility and Reliability requirements.

Agility: Improve yield and product flexibility ensuring fast time-to-market

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

Reliability: Improve automation, control and traceability, consistently delivering high quality product on-time

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Unleash manufacturing visibility, flexibility and speed.

By Bob Brown and Julie Fraser, Cambashi

As MES/MOM plant systems move to run on standard software platforms, the goal of a fully integrated enterprise is finally attainable. The benefits in responsiveness to changing circumstances and the resulting competitive advantage are very real and significant.

This paper analyses the current situation in terms of:

the challenges facing the high tech industry,

the problems inherent in legacy applications

best practice in the area of application development.

The major factors driving large manufacturers to have fully integrated systems that span their entire extended enterprise and provide real-time visibility are discussed and supported by evidence from multiple independent sources.