Mosbach, 07.20.2021 – The MPDV group draws a positive balance of this year's first six months with the trend of the last business year continuing. The leading software and consulting company for manufacturing IT benefits from the digital transformation that has become an important issue for many companies. In these times of change, MPDV's products and solutions help to master emerging challenges like changed supply chains or complex personnel planning.
"We are satisfied with the current situation and well positioned in terms of global economy," says MPDV's CEO Nathalie Lorena Kletti. The company pursues its innovation strategy to ensure future success. The new generation of the Manufacturing Execution System (MES) HYDRA is being developed further and the ecosystem of the Manufacturing Integration Platform (MIP) is growing to become a central element of modern manufacturing IT. Customers select the Manufacturing Apps (mApps) they require for their purposes with the MIP providing interoperability between all mApps. Customers can combine the mApps as they wish; this includes not only mApps by MPDV or its subsidiary FELTEN, but also mApps of other suppliers. Any company can now design its own individual Smart Factory.
Innovation and inspiration
The innovative spirit of MPDV's solutions and upcoming trends shaping the years to come: the MPDV group will discuss these topics during the Smart Factory Week from 20 to 24 September. "The time is right to prepare production for the future in order to face growing competition," explains Kletti. The Smart Factory Week in fall will provide inspiration and hands-on examples.