42Q claims industry’s ‘first cloud-based manufacturing execution system’

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42Q is claiming that it has become the first company to provide a fully cloud-based manufacturing execution system. 

The company says its new product is an intuitive, comprehensive solution which eliminates large up-front costs and enables fast deployment.

42Q is already a provider of cloud manufacturing execution systems, and says the new all-cloud solution offers “competitive advantages in speed of deployment, operational agility and low total cost of ownership”. 

Higher expectations from customers for demand flexibility and product delivery are significant factors leading manufacturers to adopt smart manufacturing solutions, says the company. At the same time, the increasing maturity of cloud services provides an opportunity for leading businesses to leverage their transformative potential.

The convergence of these trends is realized in the 42Q cloud MES solution, claims the company. Developed with the latest technologies and deep expertise in manufacturing, the 42Q solution is utilised by more than 30 of the largest technology companies in the Fortune 500. 42Q is deployed today in 15 countries, claims the company.

42Q says it delivers a comprehensive and proven cloudmanufacturing execution system, with on-demand pricing that eliminates capital expenditure and allows customers to start small and scale up.

Bob Eulau, CEO of 42Q, says: “Companies are ready to leverage cloud-based MES solutions. On premises servers and software are no longer the best solution for today’s smart factories. At 42Q, we deliver cloud based MES solutions that are easy-to-implement, flexible, scalable and cost effective.”

Srivats Ramaswami, CTO of 42Q, says: “With this offering, we provide manufacturers with the first, fully featured, cloud based MES solution that is different from anything the industry has seen. Whether you have a large, multi-factory global operation, or a single production line, we can help your business get the most from your manufacturing process in just weeks.”

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