Elettronica GF Selects Aegis Software’s FactoryLogix MES Platform


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Elettronica GF (EMS) has chosen Aegis Software’s FactoryLogix digital MES platform for its manufacturing facility in Faenza, Italy.

As material supply issues in the market threaten the completion of schedules in many factories across the electronics manufacturing industry, Elettronica GF steps boldly forward, supported by Aegis’ FactoryLogix software, to ensure continuous accuracy for material allocation, consumption and spoilage accountability throughout the factory, enabling certainty for completion of planned work-orders, full traceability of materials and process, representing a critical enhancement of their ERP system in supporting fast and accurate material procurement for flexible manufacturing.

“Seeing the current market trends towards Smart manufacturing as well as for potential material supply issues, we immediately recognized the advantage of bringing in one solution that helps resolve both of these issues, keeping us ahead of competition in terms of meeting our customers’ expectations and requirements, both immediately, and long-term,” said Gian Franco Argani, senior electronics designer and owner of Elettronica.

“Being in control of all aspects of Production mandates complete visibility, including execution, materials and test. FactoryLogix provides active, intelligent interfaces, coupled with software intelligence to support immediate decision-making by manufacturing and supply-chain managers, engineers, and business systems,” said Daniel Walls, European managing director, Aegis Software. 

“Elettronica GF is setting a great example for companies across Italy, and the rest of Europe, demonstrating how the focus on the customer, leads business to success. Being proactive to quickly adopt the best solution, avoids unnecessary compromise,”  commented Antonio Grassino, president, Seica SpA.

With Aegis’ FactoryLogix software as an integral part of their manufacturing and supply-chain technology, with full local support being provided by Seica, Elettronica GF and their customers are positioned to enjoy the rewards of genuine Smart factory values.

About Elettronica GF 

Elettronica GF is an EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) provider located in Faenza, Italy. They are a full turn-key solution provider for embedded electronic systems, able to offer services from R&D, PCBA and mechanical design, all the way through the manufacturing process to a finished product. Elettronica supply a varied market, from fitness and security instrumentation, all the way up to and including medical and automotive products. Visit Elettronica GF at Electronica 2018, Hall B5, Stand 118, Munich, Germany November 13th – 16th. For more information, 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. For more information, click here.    

About Seica

Founded in 1986, Seica S.p.A. is a worldwide supplier of test equipment and selective soldering systems, with a base of more than 1800 systems installed on 4 different continents. As well as offering a full range of test solutions, Seica represents Aegis Software for the FactoryLogix MES solution for Smart Industry 4.0.

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