Hanos Co
Hanos Co
Consulting, Manufacturing and Information Systems


  1. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems: These systems integrate and manage various aspects of manufacturing operations, including inventory management, production planning, supply chain management, and financials.

  2. Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM): CAD software assists in designing products, while CAM software automates manufacturing processes, such as CNC machining and robotic assembly.

  3. Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES): MES systems monitor and control shop floor activities, capturing real-time data on production, inventory, quality, and labor.

  4. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM): PLM systems manage the entire lifecycle of a product, from design and development to manufacturing, distribution, and maintenance.

  5. Supply Chain Management (SCM) Systems: SCM systems optimize the flow of materials, information, and finances across the supply chain, ensuring efficient procurement, production, and delivery.

  6. Warehouse Management Systems (WMS): WMS systems track and manage inventory within warehouses, optimizing storage, picking, and shipping processes.

  7. Quality Management Systems (QMS): QMS systems ensure adherence to quality standards, track defects, and facilitate corrective and preventive actions.

  8. Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): IoT and IIoT technologies connect devices and equipment, enabling real-time monitoring, predictive maintenance, and data-driven decision-making.

  9. Robotics and Automation: Robotic systems and automation technologies improve manufacturing efficiency, precision, and speed, reducing costs and enhancing productivity.

  10. Data Analytics and Business Intelligence (BI): Analytics and BI tools analyze manufacturing data to uncover insights, identify trends, optimize processes, and support strategic decision-making.

  11. Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS): APS systems optimize production planning and scheduling, considering factors like capacity, material availability, and customer demand.

  12. Digital Twin Technology: Digital twin systems create virtual replicas of physical assets, enabling simulation, testing, and optimization before actual production.