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MES implementation

Factory Automation
Discrete manufacturing December 14, 2021
5 Principles for Good Process Design

The five perspectives on your business process design that will help you prepare your operations for digitalization.

Female Electronics Factory Workers in Blue Work Coat and Protective Glasses Assembling Printed Circuit Boards for Smartphones with Tweezers. High Tech Factory with more Employees in the Background.
Electronics assembly September 30, 2021
Electronics Assembly – Silos Can’t Scale

Electronics manufacturers feel the pressure to modify design functionality to account for component shortages. information silos prevent scaling and free flow of data from assembly lines to shop floor to enterprise, and then out to value chain partners.

Operator looking at MES sites
Medical device manufacturing June 17, 2021
Modular MES and multi-site implementations in MedTech

What is the right MES for MedTech digital transformation? Looking at the structure of manufacturing in MedTech—normally multi-site, multi-plant with complex supply chains, it is not a simple answer. How does one implement an MES across multiple manufacturing plants, separated not just geographically but perhaps by operational style, IT infrastructure, work culture, and process technology?

Two tablets showing manufacturing software woring in the manufacturing environment
Discrete manufacturing September 29, 2020
Extending MES value past a pilot

Establishing the need for an MES at the C-suite level is perhaps the first and most significant step in the long but highly rewarding journey of MES implementation. From that moment to the time an MES is deployed across the value chain, there will be a time lapse of at least 2 to 3 years.

Discrete manufacturing June 30, 2020
6 Ways to Ensure a Successful MES Project

It is only after the top management realizes the need to implement an MES, or to update the existing legacy system, that the MES project starts to take shape. With it comes complexity and fear of failure; so, to alleviate those fears, today we will explore ways in which you can ensure that your MES project is a success.

SUCCESSFULLY USING SALES REPS FOR ENHANCED CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT IN NORTH AMERICA
Electronics assembly June 25, 2020
Successfully using Sales Reps for Enhanced Customer Engagement in North America

Critical Manufacturing increased its sales representative base significantly in 2020 for the Electronics and SMT Industry in North America. We’ve added a category called Manufacturer’s Reps. What is the reasoning behind this?

Remote Project through video conference
Discrete manufacturing March 30, 2020
A Quick Guide to Remote Implementation: Keep MES Projects Going in the Midst of a Crisis

It’s not unusual to have concerns about progress to plan when the majority of resources will be working remotely. That’s why we’ve decided to share our practices and experience in these trying times.