Figuring out the best way to build the products in our factories is hard enough, but communicating that so the instructions are clear, the results are what was intended, and the process is repeatable is an entirely different challenge! In part 2 of this five-part series, we take a conceptual look at how process flows are defined within the MES. We also take a deep-dive into MES configurations and how they’re interrelated – and have the potential to be re-used – within the MES.
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