MES specialist is committed to initial projects with companies from the process industry as such at the pharmaceutical company Fareva Serrig its internationalisation strategy, March 11, 2009 – the MES specialist FELTEN group established a subsidiary in France in its internationalization strategy. The subsidiary in Lyon will help considerably, to commercialize the production of intelligence approach (PI) the FELTEN solutions in the process industry in the French speaking world. The efficiency and flexibility issues are hardly different than at German firms during the French enterprises in the process industries”constitutes Werner Felten, Managing Director of the Software House, the additional focus on France. First projects for the efficient design of production management are already in the implementation, which includes, for example, the international pharmaceutical company Fareva. Production intelligence aims to resolve the previous conflict of automation and flexibility. The background is that of the last strong trend towards a high degree of automation in the production processes the competitiveness of the manufacturing companies at risk, because they lose this responsiveness in the market.
However, the classic MES platforms also could give no sufficient responses to the increased demands for flexibility with their conventional technological concepts. This requires rather a focus on production intelligence with flexible integration of automated and manual processes. The FELTEN group has developed an approach to practice maturity as the first provider in the market. He characterized all the manufacturing processes of the orders process elements to understand are to instructions or quality definitions as objects. You will be provided with attributes respectively. Thus arises a content level, basically any linking of objects is possible where the attribution. This allows a smart design workflows, because the production manager to flexibly choose can how every single process in its digital and manual components to assemble”, explains Felten. In this way the required automation or degree of flexibility can reflect, as best as possible to take into account the actual requirements of practice.