What is Model-Driven MES?

A model-driven solution for fast-tracking MES implementations across the enterprise

Quickly Achieve Full, Enterprise-Scale Benefits

Digital manufacturing operations management (MOM) results in proven gains in productivity, quality, cost savings, and more. Yet concerns about long implementation times have dissuaded some companies from achieving full, enterprise-scale benefits.

We resolve this with a model-based approach that standardises operational processes, equipment and activities, making MOM solutions available in weeks instead of months. Our clients report the following benefits:

  • Faster deployment of MES, Recipe and Batch management solutions across multiple sites
  • Lower cost of developing MOM solutions through the use of proven templates and pre-populated fields
  • Greater freedom to refine operations around business strategies rather than the limitations of application development tools and constraints
  • Lower cost of software asset management
  • Improved ability to consistent report and compare plant performance across sites
  • Greater business agility through unification of plant business processes and enterprise connectivity

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Transforming the Enterprise

At the core of multi-site MOM is both a methodology and a process for execution.

Multi-site MOM depends on standardisation of your processes — so that once an acceptable model is created, it can be adapted locally. This maintains enterprise consistency while respecting individual site nuances that must be maintained.


Standardise Interfaces, Applications, and Functionality

Our methodology is based on templates that standardise interfaces, applications, and functionality. These templates model equipment, processes and interfaces independently, simplifying adaptation to site-specific circumstances.

Our implementation teams or endorsed partners work with representative sites to analyse business processes and systems, model these in templates, and test the templates in pilot deployments. Once tested, localised versions are deployed at relevant locations.

Once the templates are approved, a site can be up and running within weeks. Designed for reusability and standardisation, this standard software platform implementation pays for itself in fewer than two years. ROI grows incrementally after each subsequent site deployment.

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