Operational Excellence Starts Here. Today.
For 17 years, Aegis’ mission has been to reshape the very concept of MES toward a more comprehensive and yet cost effective solution for manufacturers. With more than 1,700 factories around the world using our software to help build every product imaginable, Aegis is a respected voice in the manufacturing industry. We’re happy for the opportunity to share our experience and insight with you via The Aegis Blog, a weekly column designed to engage and inform our audience with posts that provide valuable information across multiple facets of manufacturing operations.
Each week, The Aegis Blog will mine independent research as well as Aegis’ deep wealth of knowledge to offer our readers information that truly keeps you informed of the leading ideas in manufacturing information systems. In addition to posts authored by those of us here at Aegis, there will be many guest bloggers – including notable industry professionals such as Philip Stoten, Owner of EMSNow Media and Matthew Littlefield, President and Principal Analyst at LNS Research – who will impart industry best practices, tips on improving current manufacturing operations and the latest developments in NPI, material logistics, manufacturing execution, quality, traceability and business intelligence.
Aegis was founded in 1997 by two manufacturing engineers and proudly serves customers all over the world and across multiple industries including electronics, medical, automotive, military and aerospace. We have direct staff and operations in China, Germany, Japan, UK and the US. As partner to 36 manufacturing machinery vendors, Aegis continues to maintain more resale and technology integration partnerships than any other software provider. During our 17-year history, Aegis has won many industry awards, including the Frost & Sullivan SMT Software Company of the Year and 13 straight wins for independent customer satisfaction from Circuits Assembly Magazine.
For anyone tasked with identifying new ways to improve manufacturing operations, The Aegis Blog will be an indispensable reference resource. My hope is that you find The Aegis Blog valuable and I’m looking forward to hearing your feedback. Thanks for taking a look!