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Manufacturing is slowly getting even smarter

The world’s leading manufacturers use our software to solve their biggest challenges.

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Supply Chain

You can only do so much with data

At Clif Bar, Almarai and Schneider Electric, data-powered insights help the team stay ahead of change and shape a sustainable future.

They use our software to build agile supply chains, respond to changing consumer demands, shifting market prices and an evolving workforce.

Through market-leading innovation and a deep understanding of manufacturing supply chains, we help them work more efficiently and provide their customers with the goods that they rely on.

Read on for the full case studies.

Clif Bar

  • Helping The Ultimate Energy Bar™ manage its unique visual bakery operations
  • Launching two factories on-plan within 6 months of each other.
  • Designing each with sustainable values at their core.

CLIF Bar is a nutritious energy bar, popular throughout North America. The leadership team is committed to upholding a rigorous set of values that include supporting its teams and communities and adopting sustainable principles that help the planet thrive.

When the team decided to bring its manufacturing operations in-house, first at a new greenfield site while at the same time converting a brownfield site, they knew sustainable values had to be at the heart of their plans.

We came onboard to help them digitalize and run both new sites. The plants came online within 6 month of each other, on plan, and CLIF Bar now produces over 75% of its production capacity there.


  • Digitalizing Manufacturing Operations at the largest integrated dairy in the Middle East region.
  • Powering better decision making with real-time visibility of plant data.
  • Enabling remote visibility for plant workers with minimal staff required on-site.

Almarai is the world’s largest vertically integrated dairy company and the Middle East’s biggest F&B manufacturer.

They maintain a huge range of dairy, fresh juices, bakery, poultry and infant formula, all of which must be produced safely and delivered fresh to market.

Different sites are responsible for different SKUs, but all products undergo final pre-distribution checks at a consolidation facility. Yet with no real-time insight into their various production operations, the team faced difficulties managing and optimizing across the supply chain.

With AVEVA’s Manufacturing Execution System, team leaders now benefit from real-time oversight of filling and packaging performance.

The result? Better decisions, an optimized supply chain and the capacity to produce more food, more efficiently, for people across the region.

Schneider Electric Batam Smart Factory

  • Helping the world’s 4th top-ranked supply chain digitalize Lean practices within their Smart Factory network.
  • Increase productivity by 10% and improve response time by 70% through automated escalation of issues.
  • Cutting downtime and boost efficiency by more than 40% across the value chain.

Schneider Electric leads the world in automation and energy management. Their Smart Factory program is well-known for its use of Industry 4.0 tech to drive sustainability and scale across a global portfolio.

The Smart Factory in Batam, Indonesia, is a leading light of the program, producing 11 different product lines for Schneider Electric.

We helped the team gain a real-time view of plant performance, unifying all of the factory’s data and helping the operation become more agile and responsive by digitalizing their Lean practices. This helped them monitor and adjust for anomalies, minimize downtime, increase productivity by 10% and improve response times by 70% through automated escalation of issues.

Our technology powers the world’s leading manufacturers.

CLIF Bar, Almarai and Schneider Electric have transformed their manufacturing operations. But how could you do the same?