iBASEt and ATS Global have announced a partnership that will help the former scale its roll-out of manufacturing operations solutions.
iBASEt, the company that simplifies how complex products are built and maintained, today announced an expanded global partnership with ATS Global, the independent solution provider for smart digital transformation. The partnership will leverage ATS Global’s network and worldwide presence to offer, implement, and support iBASEt’s visionary solutions across manufacturing, quality, and MRO operations.
Today’s industrial manufacturers are seeking new revenue opportunities for growth, investing in better support for ‘anywhere operations’, and upgrading systems to respond faster to change or uncertainty. ATS Global’s skills in implementing iBASEt’s innovative solutions, based on a microservices architecture, can provide new options to ease these challenges while helping organizations achieve their Industry 4.0 vision.
Many complex discrete manufacturers across Europe and Asia Pacific are looking to ATS Global and iBASEt for a smart digital transformation path that can streamline operations and intelligently automate processes. These manufacturers can then improve the performance of automated business processes spanning both internal operations and external supply chains.
“Partnering with iBASEt allows us to expand our solution offering with the best-in-class smart manufacturing solution for complex discrete manufacturing,” said Martine Melis, Chief Commercial Officer, ATS Global. “This collaboration will unlock greater value for our customers, expanding their digital initiatives on a global scale.”
“We are excited to partner with ATS Global to expand our market presence with an industry leader that understands the requirements to successfully implement manufacturing operations solutions,” said Tom Hennessey, CMO, iBASEt. “We are confident that this partnership can better support iBASEt’s customers worldwide through the expertise ATS provides to successfully deploy and support new and existing clients going forward.”