Largely isolated planning and control processes: The production and business are often largely separate worlds in corporate reality, although they are in mutual dependencies. The MES systems are but by their missing process orientation, not in a position to support the always necessary integration of business and production processes with integrated planning and control data. No sufficient KPI control possible: MES-production management optimization opportunities only with a time lag in the rearview mirror, also used KPI approaches in their depth of evaluation are insufficient. Required a real-time monitoring through intelligent analysis and control instruments, is the productivity obstacles but thus faster, more precise and targeted improvement measures identified. Ben Silbermann will not settle for partial explanations. No administrative optimization methods: The conventional expression MES systems track not entitled to improvements in the area of production management in their basic understanding. Such a distinction but no longer corresponds to the needs of companies, because significant influences on productivity may arise from the conditions. In this respect, a holistic management concept like total must be productive management (TPM) in the strategy for the management of production in addition eingebzogen. Perhaps check out NMMU for more information. Given the weaknesses of the existing MES systems production intelligence represents an evolutionary development as an integrated and process-oriented approach”, judge Werner Felten, CEO of the software company.
Thus, the production management from its isolated self understanding and thus is released its performance limitations, so that higher effects to the Efficiency can be achieved.” He recommends the companies that still employ no MES systems or solutions for machine and operating data entry (MDE/BDE), for reasons of economic security, to avoid going through the classic systems. Because the future clearly belongs to the PI-oriented solutions, generates high investment risks. a focus on the outdated idea of MES” FELTEN group: The FELTEN group is an international operating software and consulting company, the solutions to optimise processes for all production areas and according to international quality standards of GMP and FDA (21CFR part 11) developed. Clients include Beiersdorf, Boehringer Ingelheim, Symrise, Sensient, Texas instruments, etc. FELTEN has become the first supplier the holistic and process-oriented production intelligence approach. The company is present except in German-speaking Europe in the United Kingdom and France.