The Next-Generation MES for Smart Manufacturing

The MES Module provides real-time information on what is happening in the factory, in each and every one of the production resources, whether sections, machines or people.

Why sMES?

Challenged by the limitations of traditional MES systems that are often rigid and costly, sMES offers a transformative solution tailored for medium-sized and specific-need enterprises. It stands out by providing rapid, low-code implementation and customizable MES features that enhance production management without the heavy investment typically associated with MES deployments.

How sMES Works

Utilizing Siemens’ leading low-code platform Mendix, sMES revolutionizes work order management by equipping operators with personalized job assignments and real-time visibility of tasks via adaptable interfaces on tablets or smartphones. It streamlines data integration into the operational planning process, ensuring that every team member, regardless of location, stays informed and connected.

What sMES Delivers

Adaptive Operator Interfaces:

Assign and visualize sequenced work orders for each operator, tailored to their specific role within the company, ensuring clarity and efficiency on the production floor.

Scalable System Evolution:

Grow and adapt your MES with your business, leveraging sMES’s low-code environment for bespoke adaptations that maintain standardization as your operational needs evolve.

Strategic Analysis and Continuous Improvement:

Compare planned versus actual performance with comprehensive analytics that support continuous improvement for all management levels, enhancing strategic adherence.

Global Productivity Insights:

Access critical MES analytics like OEE from anywhere, with cloud-based flexibility, allowing stakeholders worldwide to monitor and optimize production efficiency.

Our customers speak for Us

Francico Serrano


"Taking all that information and bringing it down to the plant, which in the end is the
important thing: that each operator, each work group, knows what they have to do at
all times and that all that data is recorded, and then the KPIs are extracted, traceable,
and production is improved."

sMES Funcionalities

Find out how our sMES solution works and how it can help your business move forward

Comprehensive management of productive resources.

The MES Module provides real-time information on what is happening in the factory, in each and every one of the productive resources, whether sections, machines or people.

With this, it is possible to track the percentage of production progress of each production order in all its production stages.

Real-time data capture and production tracking.

Real-time data capture enables you to intelligently monitor factory operational information as it happens. This insightful solution provides visibility across your manufacturing facilities, from energy usage to equipment status,so you can make informed, fact-based decisions.

Reliable, real-time information for better decision-making.

A successful business needs reliable and real-time information as the basis for decision-making. However, often businesses have to make decisions based on insufficient information. Critical data is typically either not available or its production takes up an unreasonable amount of resources, which is often due to either data having been scattered into multiple separate systems or discrepancies between the company’s information systems and reality.

Resource Library

Access Smarters library of content, from blog articles, infographics and videos to white papers and case studies on manufacturing operations topics and solutions across all industries.

Find out how we work and how we adapt to the needs of your company. Get to know the opinion and experience of our previous clients in our resource library.

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The complex world of manufacturing needs smart, agile solutions to keep it running efficiently, every time. At SmarterMRP, we have dedicated ourselves to devising creative and innovative answers to some of the most challenging problems facing manufacturing, now and in the future.

These answers are derived from our deep practical experience within the various industries in which we have worked.