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Authentise Debuts Flows & FlowsAM

Rebranded data-driven workflow management suite now available for additive and agile production environments.

Rebranded data-driven workflow management suite now available for additive and agile production environments.

Flows in use. Image courtesy of Authentise.

Authentise, a company involved in data-driven engineering and manufacturing workflow tools, released its rebranded workflow management suite for additive and non-additive applications. 

Formerly known as the advanced Manufacturing Execution System, Flows incorporates tools including real-time quoting, machine-data driven status updates, material genealogy, and supplier management. With this release, Authentise is announcing general availability of FlowsAM for operations primarily centered around additive manufacturing, and Flows for those that are not. 

“We have long sought to use our experience in the additive sector to fuel digital manufacturing as a whole,” says Andre Wegner, CEO of Authentise. “Additive has key advantages that make it a fertile sandbox, such as more data, less legacy, and focus on lot size 1. That ability to manage agile operations is increasingly in demand as the world moves to address recent supply chain failures.”

“I know from experience that this is a big gap in the market, now more than ever. Authentise’s ability to integrate machine data, 3rd party software tools, and human operations, into a contextual process is critical to meeting that need,” says Keith Perrin, VP of Agile Manufacturing at Authentise and formerly an executive managing Hexagon Nexus, Autodesk Fusion360, and Siemens Teamcenter. I’m excited to bring this capability to other enterprises looking to deliver more flexible engineering, production and supply chains.”    

Authentise FlowsAM is available now. Authentise Flows will be generally available in 2023. An early adopter program is now open for customers with  interest in driving agile operations into their engineering and manufacturing operations.  

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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