Seiki Systems sees record start to new financial year

Seiki Systems, provider of real-time production management solutions for 20 years, has announced a record set of sales figures for Q1 2012 (April – June 2012).
In a year marked by uncertainty in the manufacturing software sector, Seiki Systems has seen software sales rise by 54% on the same period in 2011. This not only shows the growing interest in fully integrated 'top floor to shop floor' systems as a whole, and Seiki's own extensive family of modular solutions but reflects a demand within manufacturing organisations to find ways to extract the most from existing resources by reducing waste and increasing efficiency within their production process. This success can in part be attributed to further growth into European markets and the flexibility of the product to support larger manufacturing organisations. Furthermore, the modularity of the solution has enabled customers to continue to add functionality such as live machine event monitoring, job data collection and finite capacity planning to their existing Seiki system to support business growth and changing requirements. 
Paul Lane, Sales Director for Seiki Systems comments on the company's success: "Over the past few years Seiki has intentionally focused on repositioning its portfolio towards a fuller manufacturing operations management and production control solution, directly linking the top floor to the shop floor. This combined with the expansion of our development and engineering teams, means we are now also able to offer more flexible and strategic solutions, extending the suitability of our products to manufacturing organisations of all sizes. These efforts are beginning to come to fruition in the form of significant new business wins and penetration into overseas markets."
These figures coincide with the company celebrating its 20th anniversary which has been marked by the release of NMS 2012, a special anniversary edition of its core shop floor production management system module.

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