What Happened to M2M Manufacturing Software?
M2M Software is Now Owned by Consona Corporation
The M2M manufacturing software suite is a powerful technology solution that centralizes, coordinates, and enhances key operational processes for any type of manufacturer, including made-to-order, made-to-stock, engineer-to-order, assemble-to-order, or mixed-mode. By combining flexibility and reliability with functionality and ease of use, M2M enables manufacturers to be more competitive by eliminating production bottlenecks so they can respond more rapidly to customer demands.
The company that designs and develops this robust manufacturing software application, formerly known as M2M Holdings, is now referred to as Consona Corporation. The name change represents the organization’s new, unified vision of its world-class portfolio of offerings, and has been in effect since March of 2007. Consona Corporation is a worldwide leader in customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, with successful deployments at over 2,500 customer sites.
M2M offers four separate and distinct, but fully-integrated modules of manufacturing software – customer order management, materials management, production management, and financial management. With a broad range of features to support all core back office functions from end-to-end, these M2M manufacturing software modules fully automate such vital workflow processes as:
- Sales quotes
- Order processing and tracking
- Shipping and receiving
- Order costing
- General ledger
- Job order
- Inventory control
- Bills of material
- Quality management
The M2M manufacturing software package also provides solutions designed to address the unique challenges, needs, and objectives of companies in specific industry sectors, such as general manufacturing, industrial machinery, electronics, rubber and plastics, and fabricated metals.
M2M also offers several complimentary applications that further extend the capabilities and value of its manufacturing software solutions. These include business intelligence/reporting and analysis, supply chain management, and business collaboration.