Berlin, August 17, 2022 – PSI Polska Sp. z o.o. has been commissioned by the manufacturing service provider ROLF Sp. z o.o. with the delivery of the production management system PSIasm Version 3. This will allow the production processes to be planned and controlled in an optimized manner. The implementation will be carried out with the Quick-Start model.
Due to the rapid growth of the company, ROLF decided to implement the PSIasm software. The delivery includes the system modules Advanced Production Scheduling (APS), Manufacturing Execution for production monitoring (MES) and SCADA for the control of the production process. This is to ensure faster reactions to sudden changes in production planning, tighter control of production processes and analyses of employee performance based on OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) reports.
The applied Quick-Start model supports the fast and effective optimization of production processes. The model is based on AGILE implementation methods and includes a special implementation package. After the implementation of the system, users gain access to additional service packages which support system improvements and broader adaptation to the challenges of the customer's ongoing business operations.
ROLF Sp. z o.o., based in Szamotuły, Poland, specializes in manufacturing services in the metal industry - from design to final completion. The company provides comprehensive metalworking services such as bending, cutting and welding using the latest high-tech equipment and optimal control of production processes.
The PSI Group develops its own software products for optimizing the flow of energy and materials for utilities (energy grids, energy trading, public transport) and industry (metals production, automotive, mechanical engineering, logistics). The industry-specific products, which are built from standard components, are sold both directly and via the multi-cloud PSI App Store and can also be customized by customers and partners themselves. PSI was founded in 1969 and employs over 2,200 people worldwide.