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The benefits of having a cloud-based MES include reduced HW and SW infrastructure cost, automation of validation activities, and better change control preventing re-validation efforts.
Why the choice of your MES matters when it comes to meeting changing regulatory requirements and setting up a world-class QMS.
How MES helps overcoming the major challenges faced by the electronics manufacturing, making the most of advanced analytics.
How the MES alleviates electronics manufacturers challenges through better integration and connected orchestration.
MedTech’s that are using M&A as a strategic initiative need to consider data management integration to achieve Industry 4.0 transformation.
For 2022 and beyond, the priorities for the Electronics Assembly and SMT industries seem to be focused on digital transformation, increased supply chain visibility and improved organizational results in efficiency, cost and sustainability. How can manufacturers get ready?
Typically, semiconductor fabs have an array of IT applications covering WIP, track & trace, scheduling, maintenance, reporting and analytics. While this approach might have worked in the past, the high demand from the market subjected the industry to a great deal of pressure. Legacy MES needs to evolve from a traceability solution to a full-fledged platform supporting advanced scenarios in Semiconductor.
Achieving the level of digitalization required for an ideal Industry 4.0 level operation can’t possibly be achieved without the people and processes of the company truly embracing the digitalization initiative and rallying towards better utilization of the technology associated with it to bring meaningful changes and derive genuine value.
The future of digital transformation in the semiconductor industry is to pursue industry 4.0 to go beyond chips. It begins with a re-engineered operation and a re-imagined business, which at its core needs a MES capable of supporting this large scale and all-pervasive strategy.