Keeping the cost of services as low as possible is one of the success axioms of the Austrian MES provider Industrie Informatik. With its new customizing tool cronetwork rapid prototyping, the company introduced its final stage of systematic development in the field of support for the introduction and documentation of standard software.
For years, Industrie Informatik has been consistently following a service provider strategy that is diametrically opposite the practice in its field. "We seek to make our customers autonomous as quickly as possible," explains CEO Herbert Parnreiter regarding the guiding theme of the concept. "Rapid software introduction and a minimum of required support during operation help both the customer (who enjoys significantly lower service costs that are easier to calculate) and our company, because we free our capacity for new projects."
The new rapid prototyping functionality of cronetwork despite highly complex process flows and specific business processes in the production context enables extremely fast and thus economical and efficient software introduction. What is unique about cronetwork rapid prototyping is its graphical and intuitive interface to the numerous business processes and process flows of the MES suite. cronetwork rapid prototyping lets the Industrie Informatik consultant surf with the customer through the range of solutions in MES, as depicted by numerous graphical models.
As a particular highlight, in the course of rapid prototyping, a real model of the production ensues from the plant view in the factory halls down to the machine.