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MES – No longer a data hub, but a steering wheel

03. September 2020 | Online Webcast

Constantly changing markets and constantly growing demands on production and the entire supply chain - why would a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) still strive to be the data hub? Isn't the added value for decision-makers and corporate leaders in active control instead of monitoring? 

At the start of our webcast series, learn how an MES solution should be designed and how it can be used to unlock optimization opportunities in manufacturing. We not only look at market developments and their requirements, but also at the functions and technologies that you need to realize success. With an MES of today's generation you can do much more than just bring transparency to your production.

Learn how,

  • you can actively control and optimize your production and realize potentials with an MES
  • an MES can be the crucial tool for your success, especially in the serialized and regulated area
  • well-known companies have successfully used a standardized iTAC MES solution to do just that - control, not just monitor

Register right here for our MES Webcast (currently only available in German).