Production-management partnership revs up automotive DFM
GE Fanuc Automation, a unit of GE Enterprise Solutions, is teaming up with Wipro Technologies, the global IT services business of Wipro Limited, to integrate production management and ERP systems.
By Manufacturing Business Technology Staff
GE Fanuc Automation , a unit of GE Enterprise Solutions, is teaming up with Wipro Technologies , the global IT services business of Wipro Limited, to integrate production management and ERP systems.
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“GE Fanuc and Wipro Technologies have substantial experience and shared relationships with the leaders in the Automotive industry, making this arrangement beneficial to our clients,” says Sudip Banerjee, president, Enterprise Solutions, Wipro Technologies. “The manufacturing operations of automotive industry present large scale implementation challenges that are well-served by this arrangement. This alliance is a building block in Wipro’s overall solution strategy to enable a Collaborative Value Network for our Manufacturing clients.”
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