The (former) trainee Steffen Plievier was taken on as a permanent employee in the granIT team.
To be quite honest: The fact that we train at granIT also has to do with a certain self-interest. After all, the IT industry needs competent, creative and future-oriented specialists – not least for rapidly growing and highly specialized markets such as prefabricated house construction or, for example, sleeper production for rail transport. Just to name the key areas of the granIT clientele.
Accordingly, we are doubly pleased about the passed examination of our apprentice Steffen Plievier and his subsequent acceptance into the granIT ranks as a permanent employee.
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The introduction of a MES does not only bring high expectations for the software developers. MES user management is also challenged. Keywords: Clear transparency, long-term financing and user involvement and integration.
The Manufacturing Execution System (MES) also makes sense for manufacturing companies with rather short production processes. Just ask the questions – we will provide the answers!
Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) are booming. And not only in large, fully automated production lines with dozens of robots, but also in smaller production plants.
More and more future-oriented, manufacturing companies are “getting a taste” for MES – not only in the context of the requirements of Industry 4.0: Regardless of the size of their fully or partially automated production plants, the output should become more efficient, of higher quality and more economical.