Manufacturing Execution System explained: Increase the profitability of your business with a (MES) software. Faster NPI, error proofed processes and complete real-time visibility across operations.
What Is a Manufacturing Execution System (MES)?
In today’s competitive marketplace, manufacturers like you need to know how to improve efficiency to gain a competitive advantage. Essentially, you need to make more with less—and a manufacturing execution system (MES) can help you do just that. In technical terms, a manufacturing execution system is a system that connects and monitors machines and work centers on the factory floor. The main goal of an MES is to ensure successful implementation of manufacturing operations and improve production efficiency.
As Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) becomes more adopted in plants, the agility and interoperability of Critical’s modular Manufacturing Execution System will become even more strategic to manage the additional complexity and future-proof your business.
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Accurate data is the starting point for better decisions. Epicor Advanced MES captures data directly from machines and operators to deliver real-time production metrics and analytics in a format you can use.
The world of manufacturing is always changing. Is your company changing with it?
Epicor MES puts operational data trends at your fingertips, creating a real-time view of process parameters. Save time by skipping manual analysis and get right to identifying problems and making quicker, informed strategic decisions.
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As the manufacturing sector becomes more global and outsourced, companies face increasing challenges to compete effectively and profitably. They must innovate quickly to be first in the market but at the same time maintain the highest quality at the lowest cost, to better meet the highest customer requirements.
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