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Sustainable MES and Master Data Flow

Over the past several years, many large manufacturing companies, at some level, have invested in a digital manufacturing initiative. With a typical budget of $500K to $5M, these projects range from a strategy for smart manufacturing to implementing a manufacturing execution system (MES).  Successful MES projects have delivered significant value and ROI.  When considering a smart manufacturing project today, it's important to know what designs have proven effective and more importantly, what hasn't worked.

7 Steps to build your ERP strategy

Implementing ERP and other large enterprise applications can be a daunting exercise.

Exploring Catalyst to Reduce MES Risk

Take any hundred companies who are exploring the deployment of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), follow them through 5 years, and here's what you'll find:

Scheduling a Rush Order

Your production plan has been optimized to maximize the use of your equipment, personnel and materials all while meeting your on time delivery dates.  

Scheduling Around Unavailable Personnel

Your production plan has been optimized to maximize the use of your equipment, personnel and materials all while meeting your on time delivery dates.  

Scheduling Around Late Material

Your production plan has been optimized to maximize the use of your equipment, personnel and materials all while meeting your on time delivery dates.  

Scheduling Around a Down Machine

Your production plan has been optimized to maximize the use of your equipment, personnel and materials all while meeting your on time delivery dates.  

PLC Modernization

02/2014

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Catalyst Team

Catalyst Team
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Find me on:

Recent Posts

Sustainable MES and Master Data Flow

Over the past several years, many large manufacturing companies, at some level, have invested in a digital manufacturing initiative. With a typical budget of $500K to $5M, these projects range from a strategy for smart manufacturing to implementing a manufacturing execution system (MES).  Successful MES projects have delivered significant value and ROI.  When considering a smart manufacturing project today, it's important to know what designs have proven effective and more importantly, what hasn't worked.

7 Steps to build your ERP strategy

Implementing ERP and other large enterprise applications can be a daunting exercise.

Exploring Catalyst to Reduce MES Risk

Take any hundred companies who are exploring the deployment of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), follow them through 5 years, and here's what you'll find:

Scheduling a Rush Order

Your production plan has been optimized to maximize the use of your equipment, personnel and materials all while meeting your on time delivery dates.  

Scheduling Around Unavailable Personnel

Your production plan has been optimized to maximize the use of your equipment, personnel and materials all while meeting your on time delivery dates.  

Scheduling Around Late Material

Your production plan has been optimized to maximize the use of your equipment, personnel and materials all while meeting your on time delivery dates.  

Scheduling Around a Down Machine

Your production plan has been optimized to maximize the use of your equipment, personnel and materials all while meeting your on time delivery dates.  

PLC Modernization

02/2014

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