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Who Should Use MAS+?

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Who Should Use MAS+?

Having a flexible and modular infrastructure, MAS+ is a manufacturing execution system (MES) or a manufacturing operations management solution (MOM) designed to address any manufacturing facility of any sector and scale.

Sector Based Users


White Goods


Iron & Steel

Electrical & Electronics

General Manufacturing



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Its flexible integration allows MAS+ to communicate with peripheral systems as well. Thus, MAS+ increases the effectiveness and use of different existing or future systems in the factory.

In addition, modules to be included in the project scope in line with the establishment’s needs will give numerous stakeholders in various roles and positions at the organization access to the system, while making various contributions by autonomously and digitally managing many processes.

The aim is to avert losses, while increasing production efficiency, quality and performance without an additional investment in machinery or resources. In parallel, stakeholders will be freed up to concentrate on their areas of expertise, recurrent procedures in the organization will be eliminated, and processes will become automated. Decision-support mechanisms will be backed, and the way will be paved for sustainability and continuous improvement.

Role Based Users

MAS+ is used by every unit that has a direct or indirect relationship with the production process. It creates value by enabling stakeholders to carry out their business processes more efficiently.

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  • Real-time tracking of manufacturing processes
  • Monitoring of production efficiency, performance and quality metrics
  • Workmanship tracking
  • Operation completion or component verification checks
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  • Assigning scheduled tasks to relevant location or location groups
  • Real-time monitoring of field actuals
  • Proactive action capability by way of alerts generated against potential contingencies
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Human Resources

  • Performance tracking of operators
  • Working duration tracking of operators
  • Creating the data-driven management and feedback infrastructure
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Quality Control

  • Quality process management (quality planning, quality control, quality improvement)
  • Collecting quality metrics
  • Monitoring compliance with quality standards
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  • Monitoring the status of machinery and equipment
  • Instant response to unscheduled halts
  • Reporting of MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) – MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) values
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  • Follow-up and reporting of operational values
  • Corporate memory, knowledge and maturity
  • Contributing to strategic decision-making mechanisms
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  • Order status tracking
  • Fast, flexible production and competitive advantage
  • Enhanced customer satisfaction
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  • Support to internal Digital Transformation processes
  • Coordination among project stakeholders
  • System integration
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  • Regulatory compliance
  • Follow-up of product development processes
  • Contributing to internal digitalization, sustainability and continuous improvement efforts
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Purchasing & Supply Chain

  • Production process aligned with suppliers
  • Ensuring alignment of the procurement process with the production
  • Ensuring traceability at raw material and semi-finished product level
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Warehouse & Logistics

  • Contribution to warehouse and inventory management processes
  • Real-time monitoring of production and coordination of shipments within the factory
  • Creating the traceability infrastructure