Diverse Infotech, an SAP Gold Partner with expertise on architecting and deploying niche solutions for Indian enterprises, unveils its new focus for the 4th industrial revolution – Adoption of an integrated approach to optimize production planning and decision-making. This will be key for the success of manufacturing operations of future enterprises.
To ensure the seamless execution of the manufacturing processes SAP’s Digital Manufacturing Cloud solution has been selected. A state-of-the-art manufacturing execution system (MES) of near real-time data and analytics. This will provide actionable insights of manufacturing data for businesses.
On the occasion, Meenal Grover, CEO, Diverse Infotech said, “As India is transcending through a digital transformation journey, organizations are scouting to gain value from the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Connecting the four M’s of manufacturing – man, material, method and machine, helps get the manufacturing intelligence and visibility one needs to run in real-time. Cutting-edge technologies around robotics, automation, machine learning, artificial intelligence etc. are revolutionizing the way companies’ function. Adhering to adapt to these structural changes calls for the manufacturing firms to invest in going through a learning curve to be able to decide best, how can they plan for their transformation, believes Grover.
He added, “We are also unveiling our new ready-to-plug manufacturing solution ‘MAFEX” primarily addressing the distinctive use of Diverse Infotech, we conduct regular information sessions, webinars and meetings to share knowledge and educate customers on what’s in store for them with the new possibilities.”
Some of the most impacted industries with digital transformation in manufacturing are the automobile industry, the pharma industry and the telecom industry that has undoubtedly been one of the leading growth factors for the Indian economy.
The Gurugram-based company has its business operations across India, Middle East and USA and employs over 300 employees.