Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Entigral, a leader in RFID and sensor workflow management in support of advanced manufacturing systems, today announced the general availability of TraxWare® Version 5, a highly adaptable platform for improving operations management and manufacturing processes through automation and greater asset control. TraxWare combines real-time data from the sensor cloud – RFID tags affixed to inventory and assets – with workers and with process improvement logic. The combination reduces labor utilization by optimizing process intervention actions, and provides managers with unprecedented visibility and control over assets.
"Entigral is helping us improve our work flow utilizing RFID technology and TraxWare software," says Barry Thomas, Process Improvement Manager, ATK – New River Energetics. “We are starting to see visibilities in our business processes as we are implementing their RFID solution.”
Entigral delivers the industry’s most robust software platform for analyzing and acting upon the movement of inventory and assets within complex processes. TraxWare combines customization ease with the uniqueness of a Process Logic Bank and the flexibility of distributed agents to guide efficient factory actions and improve decision planning at the plant and enterprise levels. TraxWare applications manage inventory tracking, tote tracking, supply chain execution, work-in-process management, raw material intake, and accounting of high-value capital assets. Entigral markets TraxWare to enable the implementation of smart manufacturing and factory automation initiatives. The company sells directly and through VARs across the U.S.
Rachel Lee Brady
rbrady(at)entigral(dot)com or 252-299-2326
Mark Gemberling, Vice President, Sales & Marketing
mgemberling(at)entigral(dot)com or 919-787-5885
For more information about Entigral and its solutions, please visit http://www.entigral.com.
TraxWare®, AssetTrax™, WIPTrax™, SupplyTrax™, ControlTrax™, and ToteTrax™, are trademarks of Entigral Systems, Inc.
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