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Electronics & Telecommunication

Due to very short product life cycles, the areas of electronics, telecommunications and Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) are some of the most fast-paced industries with new innovations every single day. The global situation on the market is highly competitive and this results in an enormous pressure for the manufacturers. Learn more about the challenges in electronics manufacturing here and the solution designed by iTAC to meet them. 

Manufacturers of electronic products are confronted with ever greater challenges. Almost on a daily basis new products and innovations appear on the highly competitive electronics market. A wide variety of products with different price ranges need to be managed. Product life cycles of less than one year have become a matter of course.

At the same time, the constantly growing complexity of electronic components leads to an increase in the failure rate. The frequent changes to software versions of electronic products present a further challenge. This applies for electronics manufacturers, EMS providers and companies within the telecommunications sector. 

Those companies that want to survive in the market must satisfy both the customer's specific requirements and the very highest standards of quality. New and innovative products need to be launched as fast as can be while ensuring that traceability requirements and compliance regulations are met. Process technologies, components and the used software always have to keep up with the newest and fast-changing technologies.

In order to meet these challenges, it has become inevitable to implement a smart solution that provides insight into production processes at all times. 

iTAC.MOM.Suite in Electronics & Telecommunication

By using a standard MOM software such as the iTAC.MOM.Suite manufacturers facilitate transparent production processes from goods receipt to goods output. The software offers valuable advantages, such as complete verification of all production steps as well as the targeted, systematic and timely recognition of disturbance variables or process weaknesses.

In addition, the deployment of the iTAC.MOM.Suite helps companies set up highly automated production plants. Manufacturers of electronic components can effectively avoid costly errors in fully automated processes and, therefore, improve quality. Process interlocking is one of the most important issues here - only through a reduction in failure rates can the plant increase productivity and achieve the OEE.

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