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ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)
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ИНТЕНТА (Группа компаний СИТЕК)

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  • 1. 1 Software solutions Intenta is working with the leading Belarusian and Russian manufacturing companies for many years, so the company has gained unique experience and expertise in the field of industrial automation and engineering services in mechanical and instrumentation, aerospace, chemical and petrochemical, food and light industry and logistics. Our products: • MCIS – Manufacturing Execution System by Siemens AG (MCIS, Motion Control Information System) • Preactor – Advanced Planning and Scheduling System (APS) by Preactor International Ltd. • TDM – Tool Data Management System by TDM Systems GmbH • Tecnomatix - a comprehensive portfolio of digital manufacturing solutions from Siemens PLM Software that deliver innovation by linking all manufacturing disciplines together with product engineering – from process layout and design, process simulation and validation, to manufacturing execution. Built upon the open PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) foundation called Teamcenter manufacturing platform, Tecnomatix provides the most versatile set of manufacturing solutions on the market today. About Intenta Intenta (within SITEK Group of companies) (Russia and CIS) was launched in the beginning of 2012. Intenta is an engineering company-integrator of software for manufacturing automation and production management. It is a Certified Center of competence of Siemens AG in the field of production control systems in mechanical engineering. Intenta offers services on software implementation of the leading global IT vendors and industrial holdings for realization of a wide range of IT tasks at the industrial enterprise. Formerly Intenta was a MES (Manufacturing Execution System) business unit of SITEK Group (from 2008 to 2012) and developed into a new company to continue its core business - engineering and modernization of production and implementation of information automation systems (MES, APS, PLM, TDM) in manufacturing (discrete and continuous). Within the SITEK Group, the company Intenta is called – «MES» Unit. Engineers and other experts of Intenta offer a full range of services and skills for the implementation and integration of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
  • 2. 2 (for discrete manufacturing) systems from Siemens AG; Advanced planning and scheduling systems (APS) from Preactor International; Production Lifecycle Management software (PLM) solutions (Tecnomatix) from Siemens PLM Software; and Tool Data Management solution (TDM) by TDM Systems. We offer a broad-based approach to manufacturing optimization. At the moment, more projects have been implemented in the discrete manufacturing. Our solutions are applicable to such areas as: Engineering and instrumentation, Aviation, Space exploration, Petroleum and Chemical industry, Light and food industries, and Logistics. To date, most of the projects were implemented in engineering, aviation and aerospace industry. Process manufacturing is the branch of manufacturing that is associated with formulas and manufacturing recipes, and can be contrasted with discrete manufacturing, which is concerned with bills of material and routing. Discrete manufacturing varies from Process Manufacturing. In discrete manufacturing, the manufacturing floor works off orders to build something. Examples include toys, medical equipment, computers, cars. The resulting products are easily identifiable. In process manufacturing, the products are undifferentiated, for example oil, natural gas and salt. Discrete manufacturing is often characterized by individual or separate unit production. Units can be produced in low volume with very high complexity or high volumes of low complexity. Low volume/high complexity production results in the need for an extremely flexible manufacturing system that can improve quality and time-to- market speed while cutting costs. High volume/low complexity production puts high premiums on inventory controls, lead times and reducing or limiting materials costs and waste. Industries, we work with: • Automobile production • Aerospace • Carriage building and rail • Metal • Manufacture of plastic products • Shipbuilding
  • 3. 3 SITEK Group is an official partner of Siemens in 1995. In October 1998, SITEK has become an authorized service center of «Automation and Drives» Department of Siemens in Belarus. From July 2008 SITEK is a Certified Competence Center of MCIS (Manufacturing Execution System) in production control systems and represents its interests in the CIS. Since 2009 the company is a distributor of APS- systems (Advances Planning and Scheduling System) Preactor 11 of Peactor International Ltd. in Russia and the CIS countries. Since 2011 the group of companies expanded its product portfolio and launched TDM V4 (Tool Data Management) system from TDM Systems GmbH. After that Tecnomatix™ from Siemens PLM Software also completed the product portfolio of the company. Management Team Management team of Intenta are professionals of IT sector and technological design, who began their career in the early days of industrial automation and technological modernization of production. The management team have experience in implementing complex engineering projects, both in Russia and in the CIS countries. The company's management, as well as all employees of Intenta, are united by a common commitment to the desire to provide quality services to Customers, wherever in the world they are and no matter what the industry does they belong We look forward to working with new companies and enterprises making their business and manufacturing processes better, providing quality services in the field of industrial automation in Russia and the CIS. Contact us and together we will implement new projects.
  • 4. 4 Company News Russian Consulting and Engineering company Intenta Blew up the Market of Manufacturing IT solutions based on the Results of 2012 Minsk (Belarus, CIS) – Nizhny Novgorod (Russia), January 5th , 2013 - Russian consulting and engineering company Intenta (within SITEK Group), an integrator of Manufacturing IT software, announces an increased sales impact by 2.5 times from 2011 to 2012 year. Marketing emphasis was on selling which was a real breakthrough among IT companies that offer integration services and manufacturing automation software products in Russia and Eastern Europe. This testifies the receipt of the first position in the rating of «The most efficient Russian and Eastern European integrators of Manufacturing IT» during the last two years. Intenta is a part of SITEK Group of companies, an Engineering partner and Competence Center of SIEMENS AG since the late 90's and SIEMENS MES- systems` Competence Center in the CIS since 2008. Alexander Kosyanenko, Director of Intenta and the Head of MES department in SITEK Group of companies, noted that the financial indicators of the company showed growth and would strive to reach 10 million Euro of annual turnover in 2014. According to the recent market research of Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Market – Global Forecast and Analysis (2011-2016): (Process and Discrete Manufacturing Industries) - published by MarketandMarkets, the MES market was estimated to be worth $4.7 billion in 2011 and to reach $8.9 billion by 2016 at a CAGR of 13.6% from 2011 to 2016. In APAC, China and India are considered to be the growth engines for the MES market. They are also carving a niche for themselves across the globe. Major MES developers are Invensys (U.K.), iBASEt (U.S.), Apriso (U.S.), Operator System (Denmark), Werum (Germany), SAP AG (Germany), Oracle (U.S.), etc. System integrators also offer MES, either by developing in-house or by procuring from MES developers. The major system integrators are Siemens AG (Germany), ABB (Switzerland), Rockwell (U.S.), GE Corporation (U.S.), Emerson Process Management (U.S.), Honeywell (U.S.), Omron (Japan). The MES market is changing its phase from introduction to growth. Though MES was introduced in 1990, it took many years to launch it for commercial purposes. The features such as the increasing awareness about the benefits of MES and other Manufacturing IT, high productivity at reduced cost, and overall improvement in the process capability of the manufacturing unit increased the acceptability of MES
  • 5. 5 among the customers. MES market is expected to have a sustainable growth for more than five years. Manufacturing units have shifted to China and India to get the benefit of flower labor wages but these days labor cost in increasing, so there is a huge need for a system to tackle this problem. Thus, the demand for the MES system is very high in these countries to change the operations from manual to system oriented. A similar trend is observed in Russia and CIS countries. The following features of the Russian and Central and Eastern Europe industries can be traced: • Change in manufacturing mindset • The need for transparency in the management of industrial processes • Maintenance of high-volume production/ manufacturing • Outburst in the computerization of industrial processes • A new approach to the question of profitability Alexander Kosyanenko, Director of Intenta, said: «If we see that a pool of interesting engineering projects have already been created in certain areas of Russia and the CIS and it certainly requires constant presence of our experts there (and back office support) then we would certainly reflect on the opening of representative offices. Now Perm (Russia) is the territory where we gained a sufficient pool of projects as well as a number of regions in the Central Federal District of Russia. Expansion of product line strongly depends on the needs of customers. For example, with one of our main partners and vendors, SIEMENS AG, we are negotiating about the possibility of inclusion of software in the field of automation of Power engineering systems in our product portfolio». Technical center of Intenta is located in Minsk (Belarus, CIS). The Russian office will be opened in Nizhny Novgorod till the end of 2013. The company cooperates with industrial enterprises from motor car construction, rail car building, metal processing and manufacturing of plastic products, food processing, aerospace, ship building and defense industries. Intenta offers a full range of services and skills for the implementation and integration of Manufacturing execution systems (MES / Manufacturing Execution System), Advanced planning and scheduling systems (APS), PLM systems/ Product Lifecycle Management, as well as TDM-systems / Tool Data Management. Intenta customers are: AVTOVAZ, Zawolzhsky Motorny Zawod (ZMZ), Belarusian Autoworks (BELAZ), Minsk Tractor Works, Yaroslavl Motor Works, VASO (Voronezh Aircraft Manufacturing Company), Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center (Russia) and other.
  • 6. 6 About INTENTA (within SITEK Group of companies) (Russia and CIS) Intenta (within SITEK Group of companies) (Russia and CIS) was launched in the beginning of 2012. Intenta is an engineering company-integrator of software for manufacturing automation and production management. It is a Certified Center of competence of Siemens AG in the field of production control systems in mechanical engineering. Intenta offers services on software implementation of the leading global IT vendors and industrial holdings for realization of a wide range of IT tasks at the industrial enterprise. Formerly Intenta was a MES (Manufacturing Execution System) business unit of SITEK Group (from 2008 to 2012) and developed into a new company to continue its core business - engineering and modernization of production and implementation of information automation systems (MES, APS, PLM, TDM) in manufacturing (discrete and continuous). Within the SITEK Group, the company Intenta is called – «MES» Unit. Engineers and other experts of Intenta offer a full range of services and skills for the implementation and integration of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) (for discrete manufacturing) systems from Siemens AG; Advanced planning and scheduling systems (APS) from Preactor International; Production Lifecycle Management software (PLM) solutions (Tecnomatix) from Siemens PLM Software; and Tool Data Management solution (TDM) by TDM Systems. We offer a broad-based approach to manufacturing optimization. At the moment, lots of projects have been implemented in discrete manufacturing. Engineering solutions firm improves customer delivery with Preactor Intenta (within SITEK Group) as an official distrubutor of APS-system Preactor (Advanced Planning and Scheduling System) in Russia and CIS announces that QuEST (Quality Engineering and Software Technologies) Global Manufacturing has invested in Preactor scheduling software to take its global engineering solutions provision to the next level. The firm, which is a global player in integrated product development and build, has installed Preactor’s finite planning and scheduling software in its Belgaum plant to help it meet growing demand for its specialisms in precision manufacturing, sheet metal fabrication and design and development of tooling, fixtures and gauges from the aerospace, automotive and industrial industries.
  • 7. 7 Until now, QuEST has relied on spreadsheets to plan its resources for its customised, end-to-end design and manufacturing work for its clients. But as the business continues to expand globally – it now boasts offices across the USA, Europe and Asia and employees more than 3,400 staff – it needed a more high-tech solution to effectively schedule capacity and ensure it delivers on time for customers. QuEST worked with Preactor Group’s local partner, SNic India along with Preactor Software India, to develop a bespoke solution that would meet the firm’s needs and integrate with its existing ERP (enterprise resource planning) system. Aravind Melligeri, President and CEO of QuEST, said that on-time customer delivery was the key reason for investing in Preactor software. It will enable the firm to take production-, material- and delivery-related decisions in advance, because staff would now have complete visibility of the production plan. “Preactor became our choice because it is a global leader in production planning and scheduling,” he said. “Its partner, SNic India, is an expert in providing industrial engineering solutions, giving us a unique offering of a good software application as well as functional expertise. We anticipate that with the implementation of Preactor, effective decisions will be taken faster to ensure total customer satisfaction.” P J Yogesh, COO of the Preactor Group’s Indian subsidiary, commented on the importance of the project. “QuEST has always prided itself in being at the forefront of technology. It realises that state-of-the-art solutions like Preactor can help it be more competitive by offering not only a quality product but also providing the best level of customer service,” he said. About the Preactor Group The Preactor Group of companies represents world leadership in production planning and scheduling software used by a wide range of businesses. Frequently integrated with ERP, MES and Supply Chain Management solutions, Preactor’s breakthrough technology is used by more than 4,000 small, medium and large multinational companies located in 75 countries.
  • 8. 8 The Preactor Group and its subsidiaries have established partnerships with more than 400 companies located around the world to provide local expertise to support the implementation of the solution for each company. These 1000+ accredited professionals offer a key resource working closely with users to ensure each company’s unique requirements are met. The current trends in manufacturing are towards lowering inventory levels to reduce costs yet still being able to respond to shorter lead times to satisfy customer demand. Preactor offers a family of applications ranging from mid- and long-term capacity planning to detailed scheduling and is translated into over 30 languages. Preactor celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. For more information about Preactor, visit the website at http://www.preactor.com. Implementation of MES-system by Siemens at Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center in Russia In line with scientific and technological innovation program of Federal State Unitary Enterprise (FSUE) Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center (Russia) for 2011-2015 and in order to increase the effectiveness of new high-tech equipment in the production units the enterprise witnesses the implementation of manufacturing execution system (MES) - MCIS (Motion Control Information System) by Siemens (Siemens Industry sector). The project was called «MES Khrunichev». The planned implementation of a full-scale «MES Khrunichev» system will allow to effectively manage machine tools with computer numerical control (NC), as well as universal equipment with specialized controllers. The Motion Control Information System (MCIS) software by Siemens efficiently joins separate NC machines into a production network of a workshop or a whole enterprise. It includes a set of multifunctional program modules for machines and other equipment and provides an opportunity to plan the work and manage the production process and maintenance based on up-to-date information. Manufacturing execution system MCIS (Motion Control Information System) by Siemens at Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center has the following functionality: 1) Control of technological operations and quality of manufactured products, 2) Control of monitoring of the goods movement on manufacturing transitions
  • 9. 9 route, 3) Monitoring of the status and utilization of equipment. In 2012, Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center (Russia) completed successful realization of pilot projects on MCIS (Motion Control Information System) implementation on factory floor at Space Rocket Plant (RKZ) (Moscow area), Voronezh Mechanical Plant (Voronezh, Russia) and Proton-PM (Perm Motors) (Perm, Russia). MCIS will be integrated with Production Line Management System (PLM) (based on software systems NX / TeamCenter) by Siemens PLM Software and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system by Oracle. The successful results of the current work in 2012 will insure the start of implementation of full functionality of the system MCIS (Motion Control Information System) by Siemens in the Moscow area and its replication in all major production facility of Federal State Unitary Enterprise (FSUE) Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center. The contractor of the project is SITEK Group, a provider of adaptive operations execution software solutions for manufacturing organizations in Russia, Europe and CIS, and the main Competence center on MES-systems authorized by Siemens. Its associated company, INTENTA, will implement the system. INTENTA is an engineering company-integrator of software for manufacturing automation and production management. Alexander Kosyanenko, Director of INTENTA and the head of MES department in SITEK Group of companies, said: "Any business leader wants to see the real results of the implementation of new technologies, improved efficiency and a quick return on investment (ROI). Leader needs "eyes" to help see the real situation on the shop floor and in the workplace in order to increase the rate of reaction to possible delays and breakdowns. Federal State Unitary Enterprise (FSUE) Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center (Russia) of course, keeps abreast of the times, which it is extremely important in the aerospace industry. We are, as an engineering integrator, were pleased to partner with Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center enterprise in this complicated project». Note for the Editors: MCIS - Motion Control Information System (MCIS) software by Siemens efficiently joins separate NC machines into a production network of a workshop or a whole enterprise. It includes a set of multifunctional program modules for machines and other equipment and provides an opportunity to plan the work and manage the production process and maintenance based on up-to-date information. Thus, the enhancement of efficiency and reliability of the machinery is ensured, together with a decrease in setup times.
  • 10. 10 About Khrunichev Research and Production Space Center (KRPSC or, equivalently, KhSC) was set up by Presidential Decree dated June 7, 1993, on the basis of the Khrunichev Plant and the Salyut Design Bureau, the then largest enterprises in the Russian space industry. The goal was to retain, to enhance and to develop further the space industry’s S&T potential, to make the industry more efficient in the new economical environment, and to enter the world space market. In accordance with the space industry development strategy and subject to the Federal Goal-oriented Program ‘Defense Industry Restructuring and Growth in 2002 – 2006’ approved by the Government of the Russian Federation’s Regulation 713 dated October 11, 2001 it was decided to create, on the basis of the KRPSC, a major integrated business in the area of developing and manufacturing heavy-lift launchers. This integration was primarily aimed at safeguarding the Khrunichev Space Center’s existing manufacturing and S&T potential and to ensure fulfilling all governmental orders set forth in the Federal Space Program. On February 3, 2007 President Vladimir Putin signed Presidential Decree on the Khrunichev Research and Production Space Center, a Federal State Unitary Enterprise. It took nine months for the Khrunichev Space Center to implement, under the guidance of the Federal Space Agency and the Federal Agency for Managing the Federal Assets, the Presidential Edict, which provided for the restructuring of the then existing entity by the affiliation of four other federal state unitary enterprises. General Director issued executive orders establishing the following KRPSC’s affiliations: − Polyot Production Corporation, − Dlina Moscow Hardware Kitting Company, and − Voronezh Mechanical Plant, on December 29, 2007 and − the Isayev Chemical Engineering Design Bureau All above procedures complied with (a) Presidential Decree 127 on the Khrunichev Research and Production Space Center, a Federal State Unitary Enterprise, dated February 3, 2007, (b) Governmental Regulation 185-r dated February 19, 2007, and (c) the duly registered Charter of the Khrunichev Research and Production Space Center, a Federal State Unitary Enterprise. Today the Khrunichev Research and Production Space Center incorporates: −Space Rocket Plant, − Salyut Design Bureau, − Space Hardware Operating Plant, − Medical Equipment Plant as well as nine affiliated entities in 6 constituent territories of the Russian Federation and in the Ukraine the Planeta all-included seaside recreational hotel).

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