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Frequently Asked Questions
Tipteh is the concept of a modern facility equipped with cutting-edge technology in favor of production optimization and higher efficiency. Tipteh philosophy fits in the current trends of the Internet of Things, Industry 4.0, and lean manufacturing.
Tipteh is a general name for the entire Tipteh software ecosystem. Tipteh consists of 4 in-app products and addons which are tailored to customers’ needs and requirements. Regardless of the customer’s custom configuration, the goal is to make your factory modern and smart!
Yes, Tipteh’s team proposes the most suitable hardware for the given project. As an end-to-end company, we configure, deliver and install all necessary wiring and appliances along with our software.
Tipteh solutions provide our customers with the platform in a private, public, or hybrid cloud architecture. Legacy on-premises solutions are also available if the project demands domestic infrastructure due to its specification.
No, a Tipteh MES (Manufacturing Execution Software) system is not an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system. However, Tipteh provides a system with built-in ERP capabilities if local ERP is not available.
Yes, Tipteh integrates with most systems available on the market (SAP, etc.)
Yes, our experts are ready to share their experience and knowledge with you. After years of putting systems in place, we have developed best practices and protocols to support our clients.
Tipteh supplies an 80% ready-to-work system. 20% is customizable to the customer’s case.
Our dedicated team is ready to connect with old and new machines on the production line. If PLC drivers are not available, we can duplicate the analog signal to get a digital output.
No, ERP is not obligatory to install one of Tipteh’s suites. Our systems have a simplified ERP system already installed.
In order to start the digitalization journey, Tipteh experts have to visit your factory, perform a production health check to discuss business goals and create a solution concept. The whole journey starts with an initial online meeting where we discuss the system, current situation, and the next steps.
Usually, it takes up to 6 months to implement the system and see the first positive results.
Tipteh provides a customer success manager who will help your company prior to and after roll-out by prioritizing issues, controlling tasks, and streamlining the communication between companies. Our experts train you on how to use your system to optimize production. We coach and consult to guide you with the best practices from other industries.
Tipteh’s implementation team visits your factory to implement the solution and ensure that all standards are met, and settings are set up correctly prior to system startup.
Yes, Tipteh is part of the industry 4.0 movement. We deliver our hardware and software according to the newest standards and practices of Industry 4.0.
Of course, we are pleased to invite you to one of our reference sites to show you how the system performs.
The operator uses an access RFID card or pin pad to enter the system on the shop floor.
Tipteh provides 3 suites and additional add-ons which can be modified according to customers’ requirements and factory state.
Yes, if the project requires only a specific functionality to be covered, we will provide one module which can be expanded in the future.
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