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Five good reasons for digitalizing your production

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MES solutions play an important role in the context of Industry 4.0, the smart factory, and have established themselves as production controlling and optimizing instances. In this section we highlight good reasons for digitalizing your production.

 

Transparency

In times of high market pressure, a production company cannot afford any weaknesses or mistakes. The efficient alignment of its own services requires transparency and extensive knowledge of its own processes.

 

Detecting optimization potential

This transparency reveals optimization potential and delivers important knowledge for continuous improvement of your internal value-added processes. This brings us to the third reason for digitalization.

 

You remain competitive

More and more companies are using digitalization measures such as the implementation of an MES for production control and optimization. Stay competitive by taking the path into the future.

 

Decision support based on real-time data

The integration of modern hardware and software solutions and the creation of a digital twin of your product enables you to make important decisions in real time and to intervene in the production process in a controlling and optimizing way. Even a step further, highly automated, interlinked systems optimize themselves on the basis of real-time data.

 

The path to the smart factory

This path inevitably leads to the smart factory! The hype surrounding digitalization issues will change our entire economy forever. Stay on the ball and rethink your internal processes. The smart factory is already a reality today.

More and more companies are using digitalization measures such as the implementation of an MES for production control and optimization. Stay competitive by taking the path into the future.

Ing Thomas Krainz Member Of The Board Industrie Informatik

cronetwork puts us on a practical path to a solution that combines the theoretical approaches of Industry 4.0 with your expectations and the current technological possibilities.

Ing. Thomas Krainz
Member of the Board :: Strategic Product Management