Automated Production Control with MES

Manufacturing Execution Systems

In today's life sciences industry the necessity  to eliminate paperwork to attain highest quality of standards and continuous optimization of your production floor are of highest importance. MES (Manufacturing Execution System) bridges the gap between the production floor operations and the overlaying business administration systems (e.g. ERP) . MES eliminates the errors coming from manual and paper-based interfaces, providing supportive information of what happens on your production floor.

Agidens Scope for Manufacturing Execution Systems

Our experts are familiar with the specific aspects of the life sciences industry. This makes Agidens the appropriate partner for your MES projects, performing the following tasks: 
  • Quick scan
  • Recommend a solution
  • Implementation
  • Commissioning & Qualification
With a Manufacturing Execution System project we handle:
  • Electronic batch reporting
  • Electronic workflows
  • Interfaces to ERP systems
  • KPI control
  • OEE applications
  • Tracking & tracing
  • Strategic MES
  • Custom-made applications
For custom-made applications we use software that is fully adapted to your needs based on Manufacturing Execution Software such as GE Proficy Plant Applications, Siemens Simatic IT, Wonderware Archestra, Development in .NET and Visual Basic.

Why Agidens for Manufacturing Execution Systems?

  • As a specialist in automation in the life sciences industry our engineers understand the strict regulation (GAMP, and 21 CFR part 11) which apply
  • The combination of our process knowhow, our automation skills and cGMP compliance expertise makes us unique as a supplier to the Life Sciences industry
  • Agidens performs an A-Z integration of MES solutions from consulting to qualification and maintenance of the system
  • Agidens has established a specific pharma methodology A’GAMP containing general documentation and testing procedures in compliance with ASTM E2500 ensuring a flexible and thorough verification of the assigned requirements