ADEX EMS Selects Aegis Software's FactoryLogix MES Platform


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Aegis Software announced that ADEX Electronique (EMS) has chosen Aegis’ FactoryLogix digital MES platform, at their manufacturing facility located in Saint-Domineuc, France, with a focus on support of all aspects of advanced materials management, factory-wide.

To make a successful manufacturing business in Europe requires rapid-response and flexibility to execute customer delivery demand for the highest quality of products. Advanced management of the material supply-chain is a critical part of this. As their business expands, ADEX has decided to adopt Smart, digital factory automation tools, rather than just increasing manpower. MES factory management and supply-chain management differentiates ADEX to their customers, who look for strong European manufacturing partnerships.

Emmanuel Delaunay, executive manager, ADEX Electronique commented, “The market is placing increasing demands on EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) companies. Our company supports these expectations by investing in the integration of Aegis FactoryLogix MES for the mandatory transitions to industry 4.0. We build our business based on our superior supply-chain management value, which Aegis’ FactoryLogix platform significantly enhances. FactoryLogix enables complete live tracking of materials across the whole factory, with optimization of all aspects of material logistics, as well as full material traceability. After conducting an extensive evaluation process, Aegis was the only company that could cover our needs across the entire operation and had excellent local customer references.”

Aegis’ FactoryLogix brings enhancement to ERP systems, allowing MRP (Material Requirements Planning) to perform far more effectively, frequently and accurately, knowing the exact visibility and status of materials within the factory down to a component level.

The use of Aegis' software for ADEX is the means to bring a better service to customers, through enhancement of quality, visibility, flexibility and efficiency in the operation, key steps towards Industry 4.0.

Daniel Walls, managing director for Europe, Aegis Software stated, “As we see critical material shortages in the market become a significant threat to manufacturing execution, internal material management and traceability to the highest levels, as provided by the Aegis FactoryLogix MES platform, integrated with enterprise supply-chain tools, is absolutely essential. This technology enables ADEX to work with surgical precision to quickly, accurately and securely source materials needed for customers, avoiding the effects of potential material shortages which could otherwise result in unnecessary disruption, as well as be a threat to quality.”

With Aegis' software as an integral part of their manufacturing technology, the position of ADEX as the most capable, reliable, and cost-effective supplier in the industry is firmly underpinned, as more customers than ever before require the highest level of digital manufacturing expertise.

About ADEX Electronique Group

Founded in 1995, ADEX is an expert in outsourcing for startups and industrial-sized enterprises. With a turnover of more than 12 million Euros in 2018, ADEX continues its growth with the constant search to enter new markets. To meet this challenge, ADEX invests in equipment and technologies offering high performance and flexibility to manage the entire assembly line of production. To learn more about ADEX Electronique, click here.

About Aegis Software

Founded in 1997, Aegis Software uniquely delivers a comprehensive and flexible end-to-end Manufacturing Execution System (MES) platform giving manufacturers the performance, flexibility control and visibility they require. Aegis' software is used globally in more than 2,000 factories across the military, aerospace, electronics, medical, and automotive industries, driving rapid and continuous innovation with the highest quality while reducing operational costs.

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