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Connect, organize and aggregate manufacturing data

Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence extends the Siemens Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) solution by providing the capability to apply analytics and reporting techniques to operations and business data at the site, regional and global levels.

Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence integrates, connects and unifies data sources such as Manufacturing Execution System (MES), Quality Management System (QMS), Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS), Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) and others – into one accessible analytical data model providing capabilities to explore and drill down into contextualized data.

Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence is used at the plant level to improve collaboration and data exchange between the shop floor and enterprise systems, and/or at the enterprise level to benchmark and compare production runs or predict various plant operations. As data from different sources are combined, they can be put into a new context and provide users with a different and more complete perspective of manufacturing operations regardless of where the data originated.

Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence

Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence extends the Siemens Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) solution by providing the capability to apply analytics and reporting techniques to operations and business data at the site, regional and global levels.

Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence integrates, connects and unifies data sources such as Manufacturing Execution System (MES), Quality Management System (QMS), Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS), Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) and others – into one accessible analytical data model providing capabilities to explore and drill down into contextualized data.

Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence is used at the plant level to improve collaboration and data exchange between the shop floor and enterprise systems, and/or at the enterprise level to benchmark and compare production runs or predict various plant operations. As data from different sources are combined, they can be put into a new context and provide users with a different and more complete perspective of manufacturing operations regardless of where the data originated.

Siemens Opcenter Intelligence (formerly known as Manufacturing Intelligence)

Siemens Opcenter Intelligence (formerly known as Manufacturing Intelligence) connects, organizes and aggregates manufacturing data from disparate company sources into cohesive, intelligent and contextualized information.

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