Manufacturing IT AgilityDigital Transformation for Manufacturing Agility (white paper)

What does MES need for manufacturing IT agility and to stay current in our uncertain world? It’s more than fit and functionality: a modern IT architecture. We talked to leading high-tech manufacturers to understand their vision for this. Please enjoy the summary below. For the full paper, please visit our sponsor Critical Manufacturing (registration required).

MES ArchitectureMES Architecture for More Resilient, Responsive, and Agile Manufacturing (webcast)

What does future-proof manufacturing plant floor software look like? Is it possible to have all the flexibility and choices each site needs and still adhere to enterprise standards? Yes; find out what modern MES architecture can promise for this uncertain era.  Listen to the recording of this fireside chat to find out: Why plant floor

Semiconductor MESReimagining Semiconductor MES (eBook)

What could justify replacing the MES in an operating semiconductor fab? Advanced capabilities that traditional MES cannot model or support. Significant changes in the business of making microelectronics have created the need for much greater agility and complexity of processing. Seeking out a system that can support current operations is crucial to ongoing competitiveness. Reimagining

Electronics MESBoosting Electronics Operating Margins in an Uncertain World (eBook)

Given the unpredictable supply and market, how can electronics manufacturers prosper? Read Boosting Operating Margins in a Changing World: Why Electronics Manufacturers Need MES More than Ever to see that even the best SMT software is not enough. You’ll hear from us and three major electronics companies’ executives on: Recognizing that new business models have

Manufacturing DataManufacturing Data: Can It Finally Flow? (guest blog)

What current challenge have manufacturers been wrestling with for at least 35 years? System integration. Getting manufacturing data to flow has always been a problem. And it still is. Based on Tech-Clarity research The Manufacturing Data Challenge: Lessons from Top Performers, most of the 300 respondents’ companies need better ways to integrate IT and OT data.

Manufacturing Data ManagementThe Challenge of Manufacturing Data Management (article)

What happens when automation and plant IT teams get past their differences and work together effectively?  A chance for the company to outperform the competition and make progress on Industry 4.0 projects, based on more coherent manufacturing data management.  In our recent research, Top Performers were more likely to have tightly connected IT and automation