WHAT: This “Picking the Right MES” webinar will explore the concept that not all Manufacturing Execution System (MES) solutions are created equal. One size doesn’t fit all. Different MES applications have specialized capabilities suitable for specific industries. Choosing the right MES depends upon what production and quality processes are performed as well as customer expectations in today’s digital world.
Manufacturers operating in today’s digital ecosystems need to understand how MES solutions differ. This knowledge can then be leveraged as part of performing a vendor shortlist selection process. Recovering from a flawed process could defer their digital transformation journey for years, putting them at a big disadvantage compared to their peers.
WHO: Jan Snoeij, President and Sr. Business Consultant at the Manufacturing Operations Management Institute (MOMi), will lead the decision on this topic. He will draw upon his many years of experience to provide thoughtful insights on how best to evaluate an MES in the context of a digitalization manufacturing strategy. Jan is actively involved in MESA International as a member of the International Board and various working groups.
WHERE: Register here: https://info.ibaset.com/webinar-picking-the-right-mes
WHEN: Live 30-minute broadcast will occur on Wednesday, November 18 from 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. PDT / 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. EDT.
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