The Rise of Human-Centric MES

The Rise of Human-Centric MES

The Rise of Human-Centric MES

The Rise of Human-Centric MES

MES
CORPORATE OFFICER AND ADVISOR, STRIPE

Claire Hughes Johnson

PRESIDENT, PRODUCT AND BUSINESS, STRIPE

Will Gaybrick

HEAD OF GLOBAL SALES, STRIPE

Eileen O'Mara

REVENUE AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, STRIPE

Vivek Sharma

HEAD OF PRODUCT MARKETING, STRIPE

Tanya Khakbaz

FOUNDER, PULLEY

Yin Wu

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Manufacturing

MES
CORPORATE OFFICER AND ADVISOR, STRIPE

Claire Hughes Johnson

PRESIDENT, PRODUCT AND BUSINESS, STRIPE

Will Gaybrick

HEAD OF GLOBAL SALES, STRIPE

Eileen O'Mara

REVENUE AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, STRIPE

Vivek Sharma

HEAD OF PRODUCT MARKETING, STRIPE

Tanya Khakbaz

FOUNDER, PULLEY

Yin Wu

View on desktop.

Manufacturing

MES
CORPORATE OFFICER AND ADVISOR, STRIPE

Claire Hughes Johnson

PRESIDENT, PRODUCT AND BUSINESS, STRIPE

Will Gaybrick

HEAD OF GLOBAL SALES, STRIPE

Eileen O'Mara

REVENUE AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, STRIPE

Vivek Sharma

HEAD OF PRODUCT MARKETING, STRIPE

Tanya Khakbaz

FOUNDER, PULLEY

Yin Wu

View on desktop.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing execution systems (MES) have traditionally been very machine-focused, with a priority on optimizing equipment performance and output. However, there is a growing trend towards more human-centric MES that aim to support and empower the people that keep factories running.

Why Employee Experience is the Future of MES

This shift acknowledges that engaged, motivated employees are crucial for operational excellence. When workers feel recognized and have clarity into processes, they can significantly boost productivity and quality. On the other hand, an overwhelmed, confused workforce prone to mistakes can severely undermine production goals.

Meet the MES Platform Putting Operators First

That's why the next generation of MES, like HESH, incorporates more features to coordinate and assist team members. With task management, workers can better juggle assignments and identify bottlenecks. Robust communication tools help crews collaborate and resolve problems faster. Activity logs provide transparency so that both management and staff can pinpoint opportunities for improvement.

Next-Gen MES Puts the Human Back into Manufacturing

Gamification elements such as achievement tracking and bonuses further motivate employees and encourage friendly competition. And mobile access makes it simple for supervisors to monitor operations in real-time, while operators can view critical performance indicators like line utilization right from the factory floor.

By focusing on the human element, HESH delivers some major advantages over traditional MES:

• Increased efficiency - Better task coordination, communication, and access to data helps workers be more productive

• Improved quality - Engaged teams that can easily clarify issues make fewer errors

• Higher output - Enabled, motivated employees drive significantly more volume

• Faster changeovers - Mobile notifications and protocols support rapid product changeovers

• Enhanced safety - Increased adherence to proper protocols minimizes workplace incidents

Is it Time to Shift From Machine-Centric to Human-Centric MES?

As manufacturers face growing pressure for flexibility, responsiveness, and customization, their MES needs to empower people, not just equipment. HESH offers a next-gen platform that aligns systems, data, and staff for optimum operational performance. The human-centric approach recognizes that your workforce is your most critical asset and makes sure technology supports them.

Sources:

MESA International: "Using Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) to Embrace the Power of People"

IndustryWeek: "The Rise of Human-Centric Manufacturing Execution Systems"

Manufacturing.net: "Leveraging MES to Increase Employee Engagement"

ARC Advisory Group: "Human-Centric MES: A Critical Component for the Connected Worker"

Gartner: "Shift Towards People-Focused MES Among Top Manufacturing Technology Trends"

Machinery & Equipment MRO: "What Does a Human-Focused MES Look Like?"

Supply and Demand Chain Executive: "Empowering Operators with Next-Generation MES Capabilities”

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