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AVEVA named a leader in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for manufacturing execution systems

Kim Custeau, senior vice-president ? APM and MES, AVEVA. (Image source: AVEVA)

AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software, driving digital transformation and sustainability, has been positioned by Gartner as a Leader in the 2021 Magic Quadrant for Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) for its AVEVA Manufacturing Execution System

The evaluation was based on specific criteria that analysed the company?s overall completeness of vision and ability to execute. 

?The last few years have been tumultuous for manufacturers, with demand swings, supply chain disruptions as a result of COVID and increasing costs. Emerging post pandemic business imperatives include agility to meet customer demand, supply chain resilience, increased productivity, and sustainability. The optimisation and integration of both business planning and manufacturing execution into a single digital system represents the next step gain for manufacturers for growth and profitability. Manufacturing systems that enable a value chain, which is demand driven and dynamically optimised, are much needed and here to stay,? commented Kim Custeau, senior vice-president ? APM and MES, AVEVA.

According to Gartner, ?Global MES solutions are a foundational building block of smart manufacturing strategies and digital business for manufacturers. Disruptive technologies and new providers are shaking things up. Supply chain technology leaders should use this research to select appropriate vendors and solutions.?

AVEVA?s model driven Manufacturing Execution System approach is uniquely positioned to accelerate the digital transformation of manufacturing operations by standardizing processes, best practices, KPIs and reporting across businesses for optimal regulatory compliance and transparency in plant and multi-site manufacturing operations. Combined with AVEVA?s Edge to Enterprise solution, it allows for building a digital twin of the plant and the processes that help to improve plant productivity and throughput by up to 5-10% as well as eliminate up to 25% of waste.