Frost and Sullivan recognizes AVEVA for Manufacturing Execution System product leadership

For its strong overall performance, AVEVA Group plc is recognized with the Frost & Sullivan 2020 Product Leadership Award for its manufacturing execution system in the global F&B industry.

We are excited to announce that we have received the Frost and Sullivan 2020 global manufacturing execution system for food and beverage product leadership award. Frost and Sullivan 2020 best practices awards recognize companies throughout a range of regional and global markets for superior leadership and innovation.


“Plant digitalization is imperative for F&B manufacturers to improve efficiencies, maintain consistency in product quality, and deliver on profitability goals. This requires seamless collaboration between the enterprise and plant systems. AVEVA’s agnostic Manufacturing Execution System (MES) platform brings together state-of-the-art technologies, such as cloud, OPC-UA, machine learning, and InTouch operations management interface, to drive operational agility, responsiveness, and collaboration” said Ram Ramasamy, Global Client Leader at Frost & Sullivan, and added:

“The cloud is inevitable in today’s context, but it needs to co-exist with the edge. As customers start pivoting from site-level monitoring to fleet-level monitoring, the thirst for centralized applications has become unquenchable. Driven by forces such as an ageing workforce, resource efficiency requirements, and value-chain collaboration, AVEVA Connect (common cloud platform that provides the broadest and deepest industrial software portfolio) aims to drive cross-functional collaboration, asset performance management, and an end-to-end (E2E) view of the operations landscape.”

How to prepare manufacturing operations for a post-pandemic rebound

As the last year has been tumultuous for manufacturers, with demand swings, supply chain disruptions from COVID and increasing costs and many organizations are rethinking their digital transformation strategies.

To discuss the post pandemic imperatives for manufacturing we invited Ram Ramasamy, Global Client Leader at Frost & Sullivan for a joint webinar to present the “Fourth industrial revolution impact on the manufacturing value chain”, accompanied by Keith Chambers VP of Operations Management software, AVEVA and his view on “How to optimize the manufacturing value chain”.

Both presenters agreed that technology and digitalization is the only solution that can help enabling agile and resilient operations and drive further growth and improvements in productivity and sustainability after this great reset.

Watch the Webinar with Frost and Sullivan: How to prepare manufacturing operations for a post-pandemic rebound with a focus on growth, profitability and sustainability

For more information about the 20202 best practices award and why Frost and Sullivan recognizes AVEVA for global manufacturing execution system for food and beverage product leadership please download the Frost and Sullivan Best Practices Recognition Report.


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