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Digital transformation is defining the new era of manufacturing.
Making manufacturing more vigorous is possible thanks to cloud computing technologies.
Real-time data and analytics can help manufacturers identify and solve problems faster in a rapidly changing environment.

Our Challenges

Are You Experiencing Any Of These Challenges

Data Storage

High Capital Expenditure

Data Backup

Data Security

Data Accessibility

Power Fluctuation

Network Connectivity

Disaster Recovery


How Our Solution Helps Manufacturers

Entire ecosystem on cloud with 360 degree real time visibility on inventory, logistics, accounts and all MIS

Easy accessibility for sales people and other field staff

ERP hosted on cloud and accessible anywhere in the world

Highly secured and encrypted private servers

Cost reduction of as much as 60 to 70% of the Capex

No IT and infrastructure spend like electricity, server hardware, networking device, backup storage, Online UPS, Server room

Mask all information from unwanted resources or avoid any unauthorized access to data

No Capital expenditure

Reduce internal IT resources

No data backup hassles

99.9% uptime assurance

Manufactures Dashboard

Interface which keeps you on top of things

Our splendid dashboard keeps you up to date with what's happening with your server, your process, and the entire system, which always keeps you in control.

Our real-time analysis, desktop, and mobile dashboards help you be on top of things, no matter where you are.

Top Manufacturers we are Managing

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Frequently Asked Questions

Biggest benefits of cloud computing to Manufacturing companies are cost-flexibility and Scalability. There is a high level of Flexibility provided to Large Manufacturing companies who invest in cloud-Based Services.

When discussing the opposing sides of old manufacturing methodologies, it always comes to dreadfully expensive costs in a boxed manufacturing software, consulting fees, and lengthy software deployment procedures. In recent years, inexpensive and more straightforward “Cloud computing solutions” emerged, becoming many manufacturers’ best choices for cost saving.

Cloud Manufacturing is the Process of utilizing well established manufacturing resources, such as Enterprise resource planning (ERP), through the cloud. This way the information can be viewed, updated and applied at any time or place.

No. In reality, the cloud is more reliable than maintaining data in onsite servers. For starters, many internet service providers (ISPs) provide internet availability greater than 99.5%.

The cloud adoption typically happens first at the ISA95 Level 4 (corporate systems), and then it reaches some Level 3 applications. And at level 3, we see two things happen: manufacturers are bringing new capabilities powered by cloud to support their operations; and manufacturers are migrating existing assets to cloud.

Cloud allows for better collaboration by eliminating data silos and by enabling subject matter experts to collaborate across plants in different geographies. Cloud providers represent the main access gate to software innovation such as Artificial Intelligence, Analytics, Industrial Internet of Things, No-Code/Low-Code platforms, Mobility, Geo processing, and many others. By using these services, manufacturers can, for example, use crowd-sourced machine learning algorithms to help explain and predict equipment failure. They can use advanced analytics to share interactive dashboards with other companies across their supply chain, etc.

Cloud computing technologies enable an agile approach to manufacturing.On-demand availability of data and expanded analytics capabilities allows manufacturers to act on real-time data and identify and solve issues more quickly to keep up with the rapidly changing environment.

Cloud computing provides seamless backups, meaning no single hardware Failure can impact an application’s performance, and entire data warehouses can Fail without putting data at risk. This isn’t the case with hosting applications and Data onsite.