BENCHMARKING AND CONFIGURATION OF OPENSOURCE MANUFACTURING EXECUTION SYSTEM (MES) APPLICATION
AbstractInformation now is an important element to every growing industry in the world. In
order to keep up with other competitors, endless improvements in optimizing overall efficiency are
needed. There still exist barriers that separate departments in PT. XYZ and cause limitation to the
information sharing in the system. Open-Source Manufacturing Execution System (MES) presents
as an IT-based application that offers wide variety of customization to eliminate stovepipes by
sharing information between departments. Benchmarking is used to choose the best Open-Source
MES Application; and Dynamic System Development Method (DSDM) is adopted as this work
guideline. As a result, recommendations of the chosen Open-Source MES Application are
Keywords: Manufacturing Execution System (MES); Open Source; Dynamic System
Development Method (DSDM); Benchmarking; Configuration
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