iTAC Software AG implements first cloud-based MES systems for customers
iTAC presents cloud-based MES at the IPC APEX EXPO electronics industry exhibition in San Diego
(PresseBox) (Dernbach, )For many manufacturers and customers, cloud-based manufacturing execution systems are still just a vision. iTAC Software AG (http://www.itacsoftware.com) is already deploying the solution. Several iTAC customers have opted for the cloud-based MES, which is hosted in a Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH data center. At the IPC APEX Expo in San Diego from February 19 to 21, iTAC will be providing visitors with practical demonstrations of how reliably this efficient cloud-based model functions at booth 1947 in hall B2.
The iTAC.MES.Suite contributes to quality assurance and process optimization with the objective of zero PPM in high volume and multi-variant production. It is used by enterprises of all sizes and in all sectors, particularly in the electronics and contract manufacturing segments.
iTAC also offers companies the opportunity to deploy a manufacturing execution system with the assistance of Fujitsu‘s “ISV Cloud Program“, eliminating the need for managing their own server infrastructure. These customers can use the cloud-based iTAC.MES.Suite functions instead. iTAC Software AG’s cloud-based MES, which is hosted in the Fujitsu data center, is globally unique.
First cloud-based MES projects commence Various companies such as MID-TRONIC Wiesauplast GmbH have already opted for cloud-based MES.
The model offers the customer excellent opportunities to reduce resource, know-how and investment requirements for procurement, implementation, operation and updates.
“MES in the cloud is still a vision of the future for many enterprises. We are the first MES manufacturer to have actually developed a cloud solution. Small and medium-sized enterprises can now profit from MES services on a platform that satisfies maximum security requirements. It enables the electronics industry and other sectors to meet the challenges that they face today across the entire supply chain,” explained Peter Bollinger, COO at iTAC.