Manufacturers that implement a manufacturing execution system (MES) tailor it to their business processes and personalize it to shopfloor users and their unique needs. But when there’s a change in a product line or process, or adaptability needs of a new plant come into scope, organizations struggle to keep repeatability within control.
Now businesses can ensure quality and efficiency are built into the manufacturing process. Register for this webinar and learn more about the new low-code personalization for Opcenter Execution Foundation embedded with Mendix.
<br><strong>What is MES and why are deployments challenging?</strong>
<br>So what exactly is MES? Manufacturing Execution Systems software monitors and synchronizes manufacturing activities across globally distributed plants. But some organizations find it challenging to take control of personalization needs and extensions across processes in the value chain–while maintaining agility and adaptability for sustainable MES deployments. This webinar will explore that challenge and present the newest solution for customization and personalization.<br>
<strong>Reimagine MES personalization with embedded low-code platform</strong><br><br>Embrace the digital revolution and unleash the power of the leading low-code platform, Mendix. Embedding low-code capabilities into Siemens’ industry-tailored MES, Opcenter Execution Foundation (Discrete and Process) allows you to take control of your personalization needs for human-centered manufacturing operations and bring repeatability to ease across your plants and enterprise.
Join this webinar for updates on the upcoming release of Opcenter Execution Foundation with embedded Mendix low code. You'll learn:
Vice President – Industrial Manufacturing Cloud
Dr. Raffaello Lepratti is Vice President of Industrial Manufacturing Cloud for Mendix, a Siemens business, and a global leader in enterprise low-code. Dr. Lepratti has been with Siemens AG and Siemens PLM Software since 2005 in a variety of roles, helping bring digitalization to manufacturing. He holds a degree in electrical engineering, as well as a PhD in Advanced Human-Machine Collaboration. Over the years, he has worked on several international research projects, is the author of books and scientific papers, and is co-owner of several patents. For several years, he was member of MESA’s international board of directors.
VP and Head of Opcenter Execution Foundation
Maurizio Pazzini is VP and head of Opcenter Execution Foundation for Siemens Digital Industries Software. He has been responsible for new product launches, implementations and post-implementations for Siemens end users, integrators, and users of the platform within Siemens. Over his 20+ years with Siemens, he has held roles in discrete manufacturing, technical enablement and product support and advanced product adoption. He holds a degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the University of Genova.