The UK-based facility will be using Infor for ERP and Forcam for MES when it gets to work on designing, manufacturing and commercialising new battery technologies with its industrial partners.
Making sense of the "dynamic drop in global manufacturing" - behind Plex's aggregated global manufacturing data
In this diginomica exclusive, I go behind the numbers with Plex CTO Jerry Foster, who explains the context of Plex's aggregated manufacturing data. There is much to be concerned with here - but some early hopeful signs as well.
As we're all told to shop online wherever possible, the role of the warehouse in e-commerce is all the more crucial. It's also currently subject to a lot of public health controversy,
Concluding this 2-part series, Infor’s Monica Truelsch explains how next-generation technologies can help food & beverage companies meet supply chain challenges
Noodle.ai saves money while helping reduce industrial waste. That's a net good. How does it work?
Services giant Capgemini's latest study into smart automation focuses on the car industry.
MESTEC provides execution systems for manufacturing companies that need to be more productive. But when it became a SaaS provider, it needed to turn to multi-cloud.
Unique and changing requirements in food and beverage create supply chain complexity. In a 2-part series, Infor's Monica Truelsch examines how to address the challenges
In part one of this miniseries, I set out the scale modeling landscape in broad strokes. In this part I talk to how it works from a commercial perspective.
Behind the news - Plex's CEO on why their standalone cloud MES points to a best-of-breed SaaS enterprise
Plex's announcement of a standalone cloud MES took me by surprise. But the news also fuels the resurgence of the best-of-breed enterprise. Plex CEO Bill Berutti fielded my queries.
The Switzerland-based filling machines company has launched a new digital solution, Plant 360 Asset Management, to help food and beverage manufacturers achieve operational equipment effectiveness (OEE) goals
Taking the self-driving enterprise for a spin - Aera CEO Fred Laluyaux on learning from users, building a category and not being Siebel
It's been two years of building technology, proving value and learning lessons en route; now it's time to scale up the noise level.
Moving past the 'growing pains' of 2019 - Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo talks customer diversity, product integration and platform take-up
2019 has seen some execution challenges for Zuora as its customer footprint grows in breadth and size.