Manufacturo achieves 360% growth in 2022, doubling innovation team headcount

Source: press release, 3 February 2023

Manufacturo CEO, Tadeusz Dyduch
Manufacturo CEO, Tadeusz Dyduch (photo: Manufacturo)

Manufacturo, a SaaS provider of a cloud-based manufacturing execution system (MES) for complex manufacturing industries, announces 360% growth in revenue year-on-year. In addition, the company has nearly doubled the size of its innovation department to further enhance its functional and technical capabilities.

In a record year, the company has celebrated significant milestones, including winning deals with new clients, such as provider of AI-enabled concentrated solar energy, Heliogen, and others operating in the aerospace, laser communications, and renewables sectors, and expanding the Manufacturo product portfolio to 12 applications. This has included the addition and development of Shopfloor Management, Kanban Management, Inventory Operations and reporting functionality.

Manufacturo provides highly configurable and out-of-the-box applications for multiple manufacturing models to efficiently optimise and synchronise production processes at scale. Ultimately, Manufacturo offers end-to-end traceability, rich process planning, and operations synchronisation.

VP of Solutions at Manufacturo, James Montgomery, says, “2022 was a massive year for Manufacturo, as it saw us secure six new key customers, each of whom we consider true partners, as well as expanding the software’s capabilities considerably. Our goal is to make manufacturing processes more efficient for high-tech emergent players – many of whom are start-ups or SMEs – and our mission is to enable them to bring their products to market quicker and speed up the time it takes to manufacture at scale.”

“The team brings knowledge, expertise, and client relationships built on honesty, trust, and a relentless commitment to innovation. From our superior user experience of Manufacturo to its powerful backend logic and technology, we provide a solution that typically would be out of reach for a small to medium size company due to its cost and complexity. When we built Manufacturo, we aimed to create a solution to enable the engineering, manufacturing, supply chain, and quality teams to work closer together – creating more holistic operations,” Montgomery adds.

Tadeusz Dyduch, Manufacturo CEO, comments, “Manufacturo isn’t the only thing to have grown this year. Not only have we won new business with impressive innovators who are developing transformative technology that will shake up their industries as we know them, but we’ve built an outstanding team. We’ve invested in our innovation department, nearly doubling its size this year, with highly skilled, extremely talented developers and engineers. An experienced and talented team will enable us to build client-tailored solutions rapidly and ensure that go-lives happen on time.”

Andea developed the initial concept of its modern manufacturing SaaS solution in 2018. Two years later, after significant effort spent on concept refinement, design, and testing and with tremendous input and vision from James Montgomery and Kenzo Takai, Andea started building Manufacturo, a solution geared for the rapidly growing, high-tech emergent manufacturing markets.