As a world leading steel producer, Tata Steel supplies steel and related services to clients in the construction, automotive, aerospace and energy sectors. With three integrated steel plants, several processing facilities and substantial market demand, Tata Steel has an extensive supply chain supported by ERP, MES and APS.
Tata recognised that it needed to optimise its production and supply chain to handle current business growth and shorten lead times, yet its current IT infrastructure had become too convoluted to manage efficiently.
By utilising the services provided by Cordys, Tata can make use of the BPMS and PaaS software vendor’s operational systems whose modular approach is designed to create re-usable services and automation of key processes.
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Manager of the Infrastructure Centre of Excellence at Tata Steel, Ed Vroegindeweij commented:
“As a global company, we are geographically dispersed and have many legacy systems, each responsible for different aspects of manufacturing, sales and distribution. But we are looking for a more flexible technology to meet our current and future needs. The Cordys platform provides Tata Steel agility, insight and control, without prejudicing investments made.”
The Cordys platform integrates ERP, Mainframe, MES and other operational systems, as well as helping to build dynamic interfaces focused on increasing the personal productivity of workers and connect external stakeholders. Through the platform, Tata can make use of all Cordys legacy systems and better gain control through all stages of its supply chain.
Cordys CEO, Art Landro added:
“Cordys is committed to supporting Tata Steel to achieve visibility, orchestration and control of their complex systems, integrations and processes under challenging timelines. We are proud that Tata Steel selected Cordys for its integration requirements. This choice confirms our expertise in the manufacturing sector and further strengthens our position as a leading provider of business integration and process management software.”