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Manufacturing Execution Systems and Business Intelligence for Production Environments

  title={Manufacturing Execution Systems and Business Intelligence for Production Environments},
  author={Margarete T. Koch and Henning Baars and Heiner Lasi and H.-G. Kemper},
In the domain of production, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) are becoming increasingly popular. [...] Key Result The study results motivate an integration framework for MES and BI systems.Expand

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