Manufacturing Segments We Serve
- Embedded software development
- Smart manufacturing operations
- Software lifecycle services
- Cognitive automation
- Data and predictive analytics
- ERP and core systems
- Supply chain operations
- Customer engagement
- Cloud solutions
- Artificial intelligence
- Internet of things
- Robotic process automation
- Cobotics and industry 5.0
Featured Customer Success Stories
An enterprise owned by the Government of India to indigenize the manufacture of vital organic chemicals. The customer wanted to integrate GST into their SAP system by analyzing and making the required technical changes to support GST implementation.
Challenges Affecting the Manufacturing Sector
Modern manufacturing requires a highly-optimized production process to monitor equipment. This involves managing a host of legacy software and hardware systems to execute efficient production.
Manufacturers need to maintain a wide variety of customer and vendor relationships to ensure the timely production and delivery of goods.
Establishing an efficient manufacturing process needs industrial operators to reduce errors, detect inefficiencies, and improve performance.
Keeping track of the performance of machines involved in the manufacturing process is an essential component of ensuring a satisfactory product.
How We Help Our Customers
Improving Legacy Systems
Reaching Clients Effectively
Enabling Intelligent Monitoring
The entire engagement was completely transparent and very systematic. It’s been an exceptional working experience.
Their team is completely committed to our success as a client, and they do that with their dynamic team.
They’ve also been great at meeting the needs of our timeframe versus theirs.
They go above and beyond what the typical developer interaction would be.
They were highly responsive to our needs.
We found their project management solid.
Reviews from engineers testify that their code was consistently solid and comprehensively documented.
I have been very pleased with Fingent Corporation’s user experience and design capabilities.
Fingent’s project team demonstrated passion and commitment throughout the dev cycle and it was very evident in their work.
They’re an honest company to deal with … they were always fair and reasonable.
Some of the technologies that impact manufacturing include additive manufacturing, 3D printing, Internet of Things, cloud computing, nanotechnology, robotic process automation, and augmented reality.
An enterprise resource planning system or ERP system integrates all aspects of a business such as resources, operations, monitoring, reporting, sales, accounting, analytics, finance, and so on to enable a business to run smoothly. It helps minimize manufacturing cost and increases resource utilization, enhances production benefits, ensures on-time delivery and transparent operational control. ERP software increases your visibility throughout manufacturing operations.
Production technology refers to any machinery that helps a manufacturing business to create a tangible physical product. Some of the important components involved in production technology are Planning, Routing, Scheduling, Despatching, Monitoring, Checking the progress or follow-up, and Inspection.
Technology can increase the efficiency of your system, reduce cost, and increase the speed and agility of your production processes. For instance, cloud computing facilitates virtual storage and sharing of data and services from any location quickly and efficiently. The rapidly evolving IoT can help to track, maintain, and update the electronic devices used in manufacturing processes. Data analytics and predictive technologies offer better process control, real-time response, predictive maintenance, and prevention of defects. Difficult and mundane processes can be automated using RPA. To sum up, technology can streamline your processes to enhance overall efficiency.
High tech manufacturing focuses on technology that helps in building personal and commercial computer products. High tech manufacturers create the equipment needed for their operations such as computers, circuit boards, fiber optics cables, electron tubes, capacitors, and so on.