Unleash manufacturing visibility, flexibility and speed: New white paper from Cambashi
The development of a new breed of MES/MOM solutions based on a “standard platform" - an approach that has been used with success in many other parts of the software industry – provides a breakthrough opportunity and the prospect of rapid advancement in terms of solution capability.
Instead of starting from the requirement and delivering a specific solution - which is the way most legacy software was written - the software provider starts with defining an architecture, or solution framework, in which they can deliver an almost infinite variety of solutions.
One company who has adopted this approach to create their cmNavigo family of MES solutions for High Tech customers is Critical Manufacturing. These solutions are inherently more capable than legacy systems and appropriate for High Tech manufacturers of semiconductors, electronics, solar panels, flat screens and medical device products or manufacturers whose products require multiple processes.
“If, as we predict, continued change is inevitable, the key question becomes how much effort and cost is required to implement each successive change as it occurs. This is absolutely a losing race for legacy systems”, state Bob Brown and Julie Fraser, the white-paper authors. “As part of the research activity we undertook to prepare this white paper we were invited to visit the Critical Manufacturing development centre in Porto, Portugal and to talk directly with a number of the recent customer wins. We were impressed by the range and depth of industry knowledge and solution expertise present in the management team and our conclusions on this point were reinforced by the opinions of the customers with whom we spoke.“ they add.
Download this free white paper at www.criticalmanufacturing.com
Cambashi is a market research, industry analysis and consulting firm based in Cambridge UK and Boston MA US. Our independent research and analysis delivers compelling insights on the use of IT to address business issues in manufacturing, process, distribution, energy, utilities and construction industries. Our consulting analysts partner with clients worldwide to clarify decisions, assess trends, articulate value and craft an effective path to market rewards. We deliver global market data and industry training, and apply our extensive industry knowledge to each client’s unique situation. www.cambashi.com
Critical Manufacturing is an enterprise founded from the established business of Critical Software and the inspiration and experience of a team of internationally renowned industry experts, that creates leading edge software solutions for advanced manufacturing industries. The company is part of Critical Group, a private group of companies founded in 1998 to provide solutions for mission and business critical information systems. Critical Manufacturing has its headquarters and main technical center in Portugal and additional facilities in USA, Germany and China. For more information, visit www.criticalmanufacturing.com or contact us at email@example.com.
Critical Manufacturing S.A.
Rua Engº Frederico Ulrich, nº 2650
4470-605 Moreira da Maia, Portugal
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