Adoption of manufacturing execution system software is climbing rapidly as many companies seek to boost productivity, improve quality, and comply with regulatory standards.

STOW, Ohio—Razorleaf Corporation has become a Fuuz® Implementation Partner, the company said in a release. Razorleaf is a product lifecycle management (PLM) and manufacturing execution system (MES) consulting firm and systems integrator.

“The Fuuz MES Platform enhances manufacturing operations through a web-enabled platform where connectivity meets the digital thread,” according to the release. The platform is said to support all manufacturing processes and features pre-built integrations for business software and modules for Warehouse Management, Quality Management, Advanced Production Scheduling, Computerized Maintenance, and Transportation Management.

These features, combined with no-code, low-code, and pro-code tools and ultra-secure multi-enterprise infrastructure, are said to make the Fuuz MES Platform optimal for manufacturers striving to streamline operations and accelerate their digital initiatives.

According to a report from Markets and Markets, the global MES software market is experiencing rapid growth amid strong demand for industrial automation and operational efficiency as manufacturing operations becoming increasingly complex. The market was valued at an estimated USD $14.9 billion in 2024 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 9.2 percent to reach USD $23 billion by 2029.

“Fuuz has experienced rapid growth over the last couple of years as more manufacturers recognize the value of extending their enterprise software with a comprehensive manufacturing platform,” said Fuuz Founder and CEO Craig Scott, in a statement. “Our partnership with Razorleaf will support both existing and new customers with end-to-end operational visibility, process automation, and rapid digital-transformation capabilities.”

“Our new partnership with Fuuz enables us to support its rapid growth by delivering implementation services for their customers as they adopt advanced MES capabilities on the shop floor,” said Eric Doubell, CEO of Razorleaf, in the release. “In addition, we can assist Fuuz customers with ensuring their MES data supports other digital transformation efforts with integration strategies for managing both engineering and production data.”

Scott added that Fuuz has “always been focused on helping manufacturers leverage technology to improve the flow of data and enable Industry 4.0 connectivity.”

“Fuuz delivers Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) capabilities to our customers. It allows manufacturers, both large and small, to be resilient and fleet-footed during tough times, but also enables them to meet the ongoing challenge of continuous growth and profitability,” he said.