Tieto releases version 6.3 of its manufacturing operations management solution Lean System. The new version provides increased support for international business and integrates mobility with the manufacturing operations management solution. The industrial manufacturing companies will have the unique opportunity to manage their global production network with one central solution over incorporated companies and regardless of the time zone or local currency of individual sites.
The transparency of the operations management system with common shared master data makes the system easy to handle both from the functional point of view and the technical side. Support for mobile field work is an integrated part of the solution, allowing the field engineers to accept assignments through the mobile phone.
To support the requirements of finding the exactly right documents in a quick and easy way, the new version of Lean System comes with improved document management interface to M-Files or other document management systems.
"We have put a lot of focus on workflow management. As an example, one customer has been able to reduce the time spent on product design with 25 %. With the improved support for several sites with one global system, the customers can expect even more efficiency and cost savings", says Risto Raunio, head of the Lean System business in Tieto.
Lean System is used by over 100 companies in networking-based industry, service business and project management all over the world, most of them in Finland. The solution is specifically built to support the production planning and other requirements of the manufacturing industry. Lean System has won independent customer satisfaction surveys in enterprise resource planning for several consecutive years.
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