A manufacturing execution system designed with real-time operational visibility.

Product Overview

FactoryLogix is an advanced Manufacturing Execution System (MES) known for its strong capabilities in traceability, Work-In-Progress (WIP) tracking, and quality metrics. It offerss paperless document control and integrates effectively with various types of automated build and test devices. This software also has the ability to provide real-time data and automated reports, assisting in production planning and quality control.


  • Offers real-time WIP tracking and traceability
  • Includes quality metrics reporting


  • High initial costs
  • Learning curve for new users

Target Market

Manufacturing businesses, especially in the electrical/electronic manufacturing sector, that require high levels of traceability, quality control, and real-time data tracking.

Not Recommended For

Small businesses or startups due to its high initial cost and complexity, and for those who do not require the in-depth manufacturing functionalities it offers.

About FactoryLogix

Video Overview


  • Digital manufacturing engineering
  • Manufacturing process execution
  • Adaptive planning
  • Quality management
  • Regulatory and customer compliance
  • Lean materials management
  • Manufacturing intelligence

FactoryLogix Modules

  • NPI: Fast, simple, controlled production preparation even for large groups of engineers working in tandem.
  • Logistics: Optimize and assure material flow and monitoring from the warehouse to the lines and back.
  • Production: Paperless process execution, WIP tracking, routing control, quality and test data collection/analysis.
  • Analytics: User-configured reports, real time dashboards, operations dashboards, and mobile analytics.
  • Integration: Service oriented architecture for third party user interfaces and bridges to other software systems.
  • Devices: Line terminals, and handheld / fixed-mount scanners for fail-safe process interlocking and alarming.

Product Overview

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User Reviews of FactoryLogix

Submitted on August 3rd, 2020 by Anonymous

Factory Logix makes an attempt to help EMS providers streamline their shop floor processes and create and host documents through one easy to use interface, but it typically does not work well in our factory. As a process engineer that has had to deal with implementation of the system as well as authoring the processes inside the system. I am well versed in the shortcomings of the Factory Logix system. The interface for writing work instructions is terrible and revision control to that level of the instruction is almost no existent. Through the two year that we have had the system in place. I have seen a myriad of bugs in the system. for the first year it was one work-around after another. We have been so busy trying to get the processes under control here we haven’t even turned on other functionality. I am fearful to do this as well since Factory Logix approach is that of a walled garden. In the future when my company changes direction in their instructions and accompanying software there will be no way to get the data out of this system and we will have no choice to start from scratch.

The Good…

IF…IF your customer gives you the ECAD model for the board and IF…IF. the CAD is perfect it can help you realize your instructions easier. If you are stuck with Gerber files the process is not as easy.

The Bad…

The system has a lot of bugs in it. Its unfair to say that here since its not really a feature of the system. the fact that we are locked into this system for ever with all of our processes is probably my least favorite thing about the Factory Logix Suite