Our experts network your software systems and corporate levels from management to manufacturing and create a digital model of your project implementation processes. They configure the ProLeiS MES (manufacturing execution system) so that you can plan, control and evaluate your manufacturing projects from data receipt to product delivery.
This lets you optimize your machine utilization, the number of simultaneous projects, your costs and adherence to delivery deadlines. Our experts advise you on the approaches and options that are best for you and configure the system based on your requirements.
We follow your processes when we configure ProLeiS MES software. Our experts prepare templates for overall and detailed planning, incorporating key milestones for manufacturing planning. You can then check the feasibility of requested orders, plan deadlines and assign resources. We ensure that you can reliably plan and control all work steps, from procurement to logistics to quality control.
We create your virtual manufacturing building and integrate your machines in ProLeiS. Our MES specialists set up interfaces to automatically output machine and manufacturing data. Status conditions like production, fault and idle time are then clearly displayed. The MES experts will program automated queries to informatively and graphically present key parameters of manufacturing control. You receive diagrams and statistics to help prepare evaluations for process optimization.
Our experts set up a server so that you can centrally manage project-specific manufacturing data, accompanying documents and information from all areas. After the MES software is configured, actions such as importing a bill of materials automatically generates part objects. We prepare role-specific access privileges and authorizations according to your requirements. We program controlled-release mechanisms for reliable manufacturing processes, so that each user can comply with their specified work sequences.
With the help of Tebis and ProLeiS, our machines are now operating at 90 percent capacity. We now need only three to four weeks for machining operations that used to take six to eight weeks.
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