[AURORA, OHIO, MAY, 2020] The FeneTech Virtual User Conference ended today for customers in North and South America and Australia. Customers from Europe and Asia will continue attending the virtual conference with two sessions scheduled for next week and another for the following week.
[AURORA, OH, March 19, 2020] FeneTech has made the difficult decision to cancel their annual user conferences scheduled for June 1-3 in Aurora, Ohio, and June 9-10 in Vienna Austria.
[THESSALONIKI, GREECE, NOVEMBER 2019] GLASS SA, based in Thessaloniki, has recently selected software specialist FeneTech as their long-term software partner and will implement the fully integrated FeneVision ERP software solution. The agreement was closed during a joint meeting at one of their factories in late November 2019.
[KARLSRUHE, GERMANY, NOVEMBER 2019] Two partners, one goal: With its FeneVision ERP system, software specialist FeneTech would round out the Siemens automation and digitalization portfolio for the glass processing industry. That’s a good reason to collaborate; initial pilot applications are already in the planning stages.
[KLAIPEDA, LITHUANIA, October 2019] GLASSBEL, based in Klaipeda, Lithuania, has recently selected software specialist FeneTech, creator of FeneVision ERP software, as their new long-term software partner. FeneTech and UAB GLASSBEL finalized the agreement during a meeting in late October 2019 at GLASSBEL’s Klaipeda factory.
In response to their exponential growth, Aurora, Ohio software company FeneTech, Inc. has recently named Matt Buchanan to the newly created position of Director of Software Development. Additionally, according to FeneTech President & CEO Ron Crowl, the company has created a series of technical leads over which Buchanan will be responsible.
"Our vision is to eliminate islands of information by creating a common, open communication standard that all machinery and software providers utilize to share data." ERP systems provide direct digital communication, passing work instructions to machinery and providing the ability to go paperless on the shop floor. To this end, companies rush to collect massive amounts of data and place it in the cloud with the mindset of, “once we get the data, we’ll figure out what to do with it.” This sounds like a recipe for failure. Instead, let’s first consider what the vision of a good Fourth Industrial Revolution manufacturing plant would look like for a window and door fabricator. Read more of FeneTech President & CEO Ron Crowl's article "The Digital Advantage" in last month's issue of Window & Door Magazine. ...