Tag: MFGx

How MFGx Capabilities Enhance Human Capital Management

Case study: How MFGx Capabilities Enhance Human Capital Management Shape Corporation is a Michigan-based global company, manufacturing automotive impact energy management systems and performing advanced custom roll forming and fabrication for the furniture, agricultural, recreation and healthcare industries. Shape Corp is North America’s top manufacturer of automotive bumper systems, with specific focus on highly-engineered light […]

Cloud ERP and how they are more flexible than On-Premise

A little bit about the product: MFGx is a small software company, located in the heart, of the Automotive industry just outside of Detroit Michigan. Started as a concept to help clients augment their ERP systems with backend integrations, the platform has grown to include many additional features that some customers say they cannot live […]

How implementing MFGx helped a world class Honda supplier improve throughput and earn recognition

Case Study:How implementing MFGx helped a world class Honda supplier improve throughput and earn recognition Kamco Industries, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kumi Kasei, is a full-service provider organization of product design and manufacturer of injection, sheet molded item plan and Formed Fiber Felt items. Established in 1987 in West Unity, Ohio, the organization brings […]

Plex Systems names Cumulus Consulting Partner of the Year

Cumulus Consulting named Partner of the Year at PowerPlex 2019. “Partners are an essential part of the Plex Systems ecosystem and deliver deep experience and value to our customers,” said Bill Berutti, CEO of Plex Systems. “These Impact Awards recognize the commitment our partners demonstrate to apply and extend the Plex Manufacturing Cloud to driver […]

MFGx.io Factory IoT Platform Released

MFGx.io Factory IoT Platform Released Troy, MI – June 27, 2018 – MFGx, LLC announced today the release of MFGx.io, the complete Factory IoT Platform for connecting data, applications, IoT devices and people. Most manufacturers today deal with multiple disparate systems, poor integration or lack of ability for these systems to communicate with each other. […]

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