Companies in discrete manufacturing are increasingly required to produce according to customer specifications. This goes hand in hand with complex logistics issues that require an integrated chain and digitized processes. After all, your discrete manufacturing company can only remain healthy and competitive by striving for operational excellence.
Looking for flexibility
The increasingly specific wishes and requirements of customers demand a great deal of flexibility from manufacturing companies — especially since these needs and expectations are often adjusted again during the process. As a manufacturing company, you can only process these changes if there is a fast exchange of information within your organization and with your chain partners.
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Serving customers optimally
New technologies enable your manufacturing company to serve customers optimally and work as efficiently as possible. These technologies include Big Data applications, the Internet of Things, and real-time registrations. This requires direct links between your development systems, such as a CAD integration or links to your product configurator and MES applications. Only if your technological landscape is in order will you be able to support your processes and produce customer-specific products efficiently.
Aiden helps you make the right choices
At Aiden, we know what it's like to grow exponentially and we understand the implications of growth for your ERP and software landscape. That's why we, like no other, can help you use the best proven technology tools. With our extensive knowledge and experience in manufacturing, we get the most out of IT in order to optimize your business processes. Two things are always key here: the objectives of your organization and the agility to be able to respond to important market developments.