Reducing risks Of MES investments #Smart_IndustryDecember 1, 2019
Perhaps the most consistent results from the joint MESA Gartner study has come in the form of benefits realized.
Quality has consistently remained as the number-one business criterion upon which MES systems are justified.
MES systems have proven to be able to deliver results in less than three months, including quality metrics and benefits.
This is an important factor in demonstrating to stakeholders the ROI of MES investments.
By looking back at real project performance and results, MESA and Gartner have been able to reduce the risk that plagues enterprise-wide investments such as MES.
A second trend that has remained consistent over the past few years depends on the center of excellence (COE) concept.
A COE strives to bring a multi-dimensional, cross-functional perspective to MES and MOM deployments.
Over the years of the survey, this figure has remained small, with this year’s stats showing only a small percentage (27%) who do not use a MES COE.
But best practices in the structuring and daily execution of the COE remain important.
Manufacturers/producers have traditionally wanted to secure these activities and performance to on-premise deployment models.
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