Author: Kelly Springer

Door & Window Market Magazine's readers have once again chosen FeneVision ERP solution as 2018's best software choice for window and door manufacturers. DWM readers selected products from within 22 separate categories they felt were the most noteworthy and significant. You can read more about FeneVision's selection in the December / January issue of DWM Magazine....

[caption id="attachment_21851" align="alignleft" width="300"]Press Glass From left to right Press Glass CFO Cezary Ziółkowski and FeneTech Europe CEO Horst Mertes[/caption] Poland-based Press Glass SA has recently selected software specialist FeneTech—creator of FeneVision ERP software—as their new long-term software partner. The partnership will begin with the implementation of FeneVision ERP in Press Glass’ commercial glass plants in Poland followed by installation of the software in Press Glass’ new plant Press Glass, Inc., based in North Carolina, US. After successful implementation in these plants, FeneVision ERP will be introduced in all Press Glass’ plants including those in the UK.

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"FeneVision has exceeded our expectations."

Executive Vice President Mélanie Mercier of Laurier Glass, located just southwest of Québec City, recalls her rather daunting introduction into her family’s glass tempering business.  Just as Mélanie was preparing to join her sister Caroline as co-owner of the now 67-year-old company, Laurier was forced to change the way it was doing business.

AdriaticAdriatic Glass & Mirrors recently implemented FeneTech’s FeneVision ERP solution in its modern 35,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Concord, Ontario. FeneTech’s Dave Miller outlined process of implementing a new software solution. “It’s not an easy task, but when executed with attention to detail, an organization can make a smooth transition and begin realizing the countless benefits of having data that’s instantaneously captured by the system.”

FeneTech's latest initiative FENml has been awarded the 2018 Crystal Achievement Award for most unique innovation by Window & Door Magazine. Combining the concepts of Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things, FENml (Fenestration Manufacturing Language) provides its users with a common baseline standard for communication among providers, suppliers, machines, and software. Read more about this prestigious award in this month's issue of Window & Door Magazine.  ...

FeneTech president and CEO Ron Crowl writes about the role of IoT in the modern, automated factory in the June / July issue of Window & Door Magazine. In his article "The Digital Factory", Crowl describes that by taking the concepts of automation, integration, IoT, and Industry 4.0, more data can be captured, analyzed, and presented in a usable manner that allows users to make proactive business decisions. Read his entire article here....

Vinylmax[HAMILTON, OH, MARCH 2018] Vinylmax, a top 100 window manufacturer, has recently implemented FeneTech’s FeneVision ERP solution in its 150,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Hamilton, Ohio. With a focus on custom residential windows, Vinylmax selected FeneVision to enhance the speed and quality of the hundreds of thousands of windows the company manufactures each year.

CARDINAL INVESTS IN PROVEN QUALITY CONTROL SOLUTION

Partners with FeneTech and implements the FeneVision LineScanner

[LOUISVILLE, KY, MARCH 2018] Louisville, Kentucky based shower enclosure and commercial storefront company Cardinal Shower Enclosures has recently implemented the FeneVision LineScanner at their tempering facility with the overall goal of improving their manufacturing processes by comprehensively tracking errors and imperfections and producing a higher quality product.

FeneTech's newest initiative FENml has been chosen by Door & Window Market Magazine readers as their 2017 Readers' Choice Award winner for most innovative software.  Designed for the door and window manufacturing industry, this initiative has created a baseline communication standard using the principles of Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 so that software providers and suppliers of consumables can "speak" the same language.  For more information about this initiative, visit http://FENml.com....