- Aegis Software, MES software provider, announces its partnership with Seica, an Italian specialist in electronic card testing systems.
- This partnership will enable Aegis to continue its development in Europe.
- Seica France is completing its offer with an MES platform to improve the performance of electronic manufacturing sites.
MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems) are used in production floors to monitor the evolution of the production process from the transformation of raw materials to finished products. They provide information to understand how manufacturing conditions implemented in the plant can be optimized to improve production.
According to Aegis Software, more and more manufacturers in Europe are interested in MES to improve, monitor and control the manufacture of complex devices and improve visibility on their production site. The implementation of this partnership in Europe allows us to take into account customer requirements in terms of compliance, control and traceability. “This is in line with Seica’s philosophy of partnering to expand its solution offer across the entire production chain,” said Stéphane Dupoux, managing director of Seica France.
” In an ever more demanding and competitive world where manufacturing excellence and control are critical, it is vital for our customers that we work with like-minded industry partners. Seica has proven itself with the installation of turnkey and customized solutions for telecommunication, automotive, IT, medical and aeronautic markets. It is the ideal partner for expanding Aegis’s customer base, “said Daniel Walls, CEO of Aegis Software Europe.
Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Philadelphia, Aegis Software has sales and support offices in Germany, the United Kingdom and China. The US company is a partner of 37 suppliers of manufacturing equipment.
Seica, which offers its own range of electronic testing systems, has partnered with electronic production solution providers to expand its offering and cover the entire product lifecycle. Seica pursues the strategy of direct local presence in Italy, France, Germany, the United States, Mexico and China.