FlexNet Version 9.6 – the Next Generation of Manufacturing Software to Advance Support for Paperless Manufacturing and Accelerate New Product Introduction
Apriso has a history of leading the manufacturing software industry with innovative solutions to meet the complexity of
Unlike a rigid Manufacturing Execution System that operates as a plant-based application, Apriso’s FlexNet provides real-time, visibility into, control over and synchronization across all manufacturing operations on a global scale – including your product supply network – thereby offering a more holistic solution to manage and continuously improve operations. Further, FlexNet 9.6 now offers improved abilities to capture and share business intelligence with FlexNet Manufacturing Process Intelligence (MPI), a second generation product that delivers real-time, role-based visibility and out-of-the-box ability to measure KPIs and other important metrics that help you drive greater performance and manufacturing efficiency.
A partial listing of significant FlexNet 9.6 improvements includes:
Better Support for Paperless Manufacturing:
Accelerated New Product Introduction (NPI):
Expanded Support for Mobility in Manufacturing:
FlexNet lets you manage manufacturing operations as end-to-end processes due to its unified Business Process Management (BPM) framework and data model. This architecture expands effectiveness of continuous process improvement by ensuring they are universally applied across your enterprise. Advanced, role-based electronic work instructions (eWI) can be more readily updated by business users without the need for IT involvement. New Electronic Manufacturing Records capabilities provide efficient traceability of all manufacturing elements, including process, components, people, equipment and quality characteristics, among others. This functionality is especially useful for manufacturers in highly regulated industries such as aerospace and defense manufacturing, allowing cost effective proof of compliance and greater process reusability and standardization across sites.