Interal production

Real-time Follow-up

Our integrated Manufacturing Execution System (MES) is a computerized system used in the production or manufacturing process. It is crucial to track and document the transformation of raw materials into finished goods. 

Our management system of production executions provides information that helps production (or manufacturing) decision makers understand how the current conditions on the plant floor can be optimized to maximize production output.
Our system works in real time to enable the control of multiple elements of the production process (e.g.  inputs, personnel, machines and support services).

It operates across multiple function areas, for example: management of product definitions across the product life-cycle, resource scheduling, order execution and dispatch, production analysis and downtime management for Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), Product Quality and materials track and trace. 
Our CMMS creates the "as-built" record, capturing the data, processes and outcomes of the manufacturing process. This can be especially important in regulated industries, such as food and beverage or pharmaceutical, where documentation and proof of processes, events and actions is required.


Together with our data capture system, the management of production executions will allow you to have precise information concerning your activities, in real-time.

  • Elimination of activities that have no added value
  • Knowledge of who is doing what and when
  • Precise occupation rate of resources that will allow you to insert, if needed, an urgent order

Always know the progress rate of your projects and orders

  • Faster and precise answers about customer orders
  • Allows you to act faster in case of overflow
  • Allows you to validate the standard time of production and delay

Real cost versus standard cost management

Thanks to our data acquisition tools and production management, you will find the standard cost of your products which will reflect your company's production and procurement reality. Once the price has been fixed, two things are important:

  • Is it always reliable?
  • Has this contract been profitable for my business?

The answer to these two questions will be accessible at all times thanks to the production data collection.