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iTAC Software AG, an independent company of the mechanical and plant engineering group Dürr, provides Internet-enabled information and communication technologies for the manufacturing industry. Founded in 1998, the company is one of the leading MES providers in Germany.

The iTAC.MES.Suite is a cloud-based Manufacturing Execution System that is used worldwide by companies in different industry sectors such as automotive manufacturers and suppliers, electronics/EMS/TC, pharma and medical technology, metal processing and energy. Additional services and solutions enable the implementation of Industry 4.0 and IIoT requirements. ITAC’s philosophy is connecting people, data and systems.

iTAC Software AG has its headquarters in Montabaur (Germany) as well as branches in the USA and China, as well as a global partner network for sales and services.

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Mapping MES production processes autonomously with new iTAC Design Trainings

Learning by doing: Better understanding and implementation of the functions of the iTAC.MES.Suite through hands-on training

Montabaur, 19 May 2020 – iTAC Software AG has recently expanded its range of training courses to include the new "Design Training" courses. The MES specialist is thus focusing on learning by doing. The practically designed training courses enable participants to autonomously map manufacturing processes in the Manufacturing Execution System iTAC.MES.Suite. This type of training, which is currently also being offered as an online course, is designed to achieve the greatest possible learning success.

iTAC offers MES and IIoT solutions for transparent, automated production processes. The iTAC.MES.Suite includes various services for the networking, automation and analysis of manufacturing processes.

"The use of the iTAC.MES.Suite is intended to achieve a high increase in efficiency and productivity. For this to succeed in the best possible way, the users must have the necessary qualifications. To make the functionalities of our MES solution tangible, we have recently expanded our training center to include design trainings. In these courses, participants will work with practical applications and use cases. The acquired skills can then be directly incorporated into the installation of the iTAC.MES.Suite," explains Peter Bollinger, CEO of iTAC Software AG.

The participants will train, for example, how to autonomously map the production processes of an everyday product in the iTAC.MES.Suite. In an introduction given by the instructor, the available tools and practical tasks are presented and explained. During the training, the participants can ask questions to solve the tasks or benefit by the questions of other participants. 

"In our design training, the user is given complex tasks that he or she must solve independently. Among other things, the production of a cabinet is simulated, and the production orders created for this purpose must be mapped in our MES. This practical experience results in a great benefit for the later application", explains Peter Bollinger.

The Design Training can be booked as an individual training with different focal points at: