APAG Elektronik AG , the Swiss automobile supplier selects iTAC as its MES partner
The contract for introducing the iTAC.MES.Suite initially involves implementation of traceability with process interlocking functionality in the completion of sub-assemblies. This enables a direct and active recognition of production errors & quality deviations and prevents in real time the reworking of non-conforming sub-assemblies along the entire process chain.
Similarly, a complete material charge collection system will be implemented, integrating optical and electrical test systems all the way through to packaging validation.
”Having assessed the market the iTAC solution was selected based on its modularity, high standardization and active process interlocking that enables preventive traceability. While fulfilling our requirements for process optimization, the customer demands of Porsche AG, among others played a decisive role in choosing the iTAC.MES.Suite,” said Niklaus Fischbacher, Managing Director of APAG Elektronik AG.
With its short, efficient implementation schedule, the iTAC.MES.Suite offers broad functionality on a scalable platform, which can be deployed with a moderate investment plan. ”In the highly-competitive EMS segment and as a supplier in economically-stretched market segments, these hard facts provided further decisive criteria which spoke for the solution from iTAC Software AG” added Niklaus Fischbacher.
APAG Elektronik AG develops, produces and markets measurement and control devices for the automotive industry, the consumer market, the power tool industry and building automation. The tradition-related, medium-sized company produces high-quality and innovative products for the automobile and supply industry such as Audi, Bentley, BMW, Lamborghini, Mercedes, Porsche, Renault, VW, Volvo, Continental AG, Dräxlmeier, Odelo, Thyssen-Krupp and others.
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