Under the agreement, TCS will offer global consulting, project development and implementation support services around Critical Manufacturing’s Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) for customers in the complex discrete industry, including the semiconductor, PCB manufacturing, medical device, aerospace and defense, and automotive segments.
Regu Ayyaswamy, global head, internet of things and engineering services, TCS, says: “TCS works with leading manufacturers globally, helping them scale up product innovation and pursue their growth and transformation initiatives.
“This partnership with Critical Manufacturing adds to our expanding range of industrial internet of things and MES solutions that help our customers scale-up and future-proof their global manufacturing operations.”
TCS offers a comprehensive suite of services and solutions to help manufacturers build smart, future-ready operations.
The partnership with Critical Manufacturing focuses on go to market, consulting services and aftermarket support offerings.
TCS will customize, deploy and maintain these solutions for its customers across the world, leveraging its deep contextual knowledge of their operations, and its global capabilities.
Francisco Almada Lobo, CEO at Critical Manufacturing, says: “We are pleased to announce the TCS partnership.
“As our modern MES platform is getting significant traction, we need to supplement our teams with partners having worldwide presence and a strong MES implementation practice.
“TCS’s strong capabilities in both consulting and implementation services, along with a significant aftermarket offering, is ideal.”