Finding the Best MES Mix for Your Process Manufacturing

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Building a digital environment in process manufacturing means moving away from disconnected systems so you can complete work more efficiently. Cloud-based manufacturing execution systems (MES) are being adopted by companies to integrate devices, plant floor systems and backend ERP.

These software-as-a-service platforms help you manage production execution from global to local. They provide the necessary insight to drive greater flexibility, optimize resources and realize new opportunities. However, there may be the misconception that cloud MES are for discrete industries only. This isn’t true!

A cloud MES helps process manufacturers create a networked ecosystem of customer, manufacturing and supply chain data for adapting to changes while still controlling costs and quality. These SaaS solutions are part of the foundation for intelligent connected factories with advanced automation and end-to-end shop floor process integration. You can easily manage the execution of recipes and formulas, orchestrate resources and people, and trace product history.

Watch on demand for a look at leveraging SAP Digital Manufacturing Cloud (SAP DMC) to implement the shop floor-to-boardroom integration for process manufacturing. Our speakers will review the key capabilities of this solution and walk you through two use cases from order to production. This robust MES enables you to meet some of the top process challenges, such as industry regulations, product variability and waste.

Key Topics

  • Introduction to SAP Digital Manufacturing Cloud (SAP DMC)
  • Production management from operator station to local site to global view
  • Real-time insights for performance monitoring and operational visibility
  • Available integrations for SAP ERPs, hardware, software and systems


Paul Lasance, SAP  Paul Lasance, SAP, Manufacturing Solution Specialist, EMEA North

Martin Gore, Movilitas  Martin Gore, Movilitas, European Business Development Manager – Digital Manufacturing