A manufacturing execution system, or MES, is a comprehensive, dynamic software system that monitors, tracks, documents, and controls the process of manufacturing goods from raw materials to finished products.

  • Improved Quality Control
  • Increased Uptime
  • Reduced Inventory
  • Paperless Shop Floor
  • Improved Product Tracking & Genealogy

Our Vision

We connect your business with the new generation of Internet-enabled devices in the cloud, transform your existing business processes and re-imagine your business and customer experience. You can understand where your business is today in terms of adopting the IOT and determine where you want to be in the future. And hence, you can align the steps you are going to take with the right solutions that help you meet your business objectives.

Here at Elitia Technology we are addressing these issues to be at the forefront of IoT wave.We use ourexpertise and experience in analytics-rich, IoT deployments into its cloud-based platform. The platform will enable a whole new generation of vertical IoT applications that will drive improved business processes resulting in increased value and new revenue streams.

Top 5 benefits of MES

Improved Quality Control

Increased Uptime

Reduced Inventory

Paperless Shop Floor

Improved Product Tracking & Genealogy

Ready infrastructure for MES at Elitia

In 1997, the Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association International, or MESA, defined the 11 core manufacturing execution system functions. Although the MESA-11 model has evolved over time, those original 11 core functions provide the base to run almost any type of plant and are integral to today’s manufacturing execution systems.

Use real-time data to track and analyze the status of resources, including machines, materials, and labor, to make allocation adjustments.

Optimize performance by scheduling, timing, and sequencing activities based on priorities and resource capacity.

Manage production data flow in real time to easily make quick, calculated adjustments in production dispatching.

Manage and distribute documents – including work instructions, drawings, standard operating procedures, batch records, and more – so they’re accessible and editable.

Track and collect real-time data about processes, materials, and operations and use it to make better decisions and increase efficiency.

Track worker schedules, qualifications, and authorizations to optimize labor management with less investment of time and resources from management.