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Integrating Manufacturing Execution Systems to Microsoft Dynamics 365

Manufacturing execution systems (MES) are software programs that are used to control and track production processes in manufacturing environments. The MES software sits above the SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition), PLCs (programmable logic controller) and sensors on the production equipment, and is thus specifically designed to receive information from these machines. These systems often […]

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Integration to Manufacturing Execution Systems

Among the most highly sought-after benefits of implementing a new ERP system is to gather critical data needed for making business decisions while minimizing the burden of inputting that data. To that end, we are all used to seeing integrations between different software systems that reduce duplication of data entry. Very common examples include uploading […]

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QUEUES are Inevitable – But You Can Learn to Manage Them – At Least Your Own.

  Written for all people interested in the subject, but primarily for people working with manufacturing execution.  Queues (-or waiting lines) in every shade is a strange phenomenon. Whether we are stuck in our car at the motorway, the checkout counter in the supermarket, checking in for a flight, waiting rooms etc. Every time we […]

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Extend your Dynamics NAV Manufacturing

Now there are better ways for you to improve and harmonize your manufacturing operations in the areas of CAD - Production engineering, Production planning & Execution (MES) and Item Availability Planning. Fully Dynamics NAV integrated solutions. Just a few hours to install and customize the way you want to use it. Then use it.. Absolutely no code […]

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