Software Opens Roads To Industry 4.0

Magic’s software platform will enable manufactures to transform into Industry 4.0 with minimum changes to their enterprise systems. Its latest data intelligence product, FactoryEye, built specifically for manufacturers, is a low-code, flexible, and hybrid platform that ensures the smooth integration between manufacturers’ legacy core IT systems, cloud systems, and factory machines by collecting and analyzing big data from multiple silos. 

FactoryEye features intuitive dashboards that provide the analysis required to make faster and smarter decisions based on real-time data and business analytics. Such capabilities translate into improved productivity, faster delivery times, and better control over the manufacturing processes which lead to increased customer satisfaction and higher profit margins.

Additionally, FactoryEye offers dozens of prebuilt connectors to a range of enterprise applications and MRP systems, such as SAP, JD Edwards, and Infor, as well as MES, CRM, and PLM systems. For more information, visit Magic Software Enterprises.

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