The tool that takes the industry into the future

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New approaches and ideas are required for those who want to equip the industry for the future. The tools – they already exist today. – Our systems help other companies to become more profitable, says Mattias Andersson, founder of MTEK.

The demands on the industry are increasing. Customers and investors want to see reduced environmental impact, while global competition forces both higher efficiency and reduced resource use to meet the pressured prices.

– If you do the basic job well enough, the solution will come almost by itself during the journey. We provide digitized methods for higher efficiency and quality, says Mattias Andersson.

He is the founder of the software company MTEK. From the office in the small town of Alfta in Hälsingland and with heavy investors behind him, he manages his company, which is currently helping companies and factories in five continents to grow in the digitalisation wave that is currently washing over the world’s industries. They have created MBrain, a digital tool developed entirely on industry terms.

– It helps the company in a number of different areas. It is about standardizing the work, identifying deviations and rotor causes preferably before it takes place. Our strength lies in the fact that we know production, and we have built the system we ourselves have always wanted, says Mattias Andersson.

By digitizing the process and method, identifying the critical points in the industry’s value-creating process and putting measurement points in the right places, you will quickly make insights that lead the company forward.

– If you measure the right things and put the measurement result in the context of the whole process, you get immediate results. Your company will simply be more competitive and profitable, says Mattias Andersson.

He has worked as a consultant to the industry worldwide for 15 years. These are the experiences that have now landed in MBrain. It suits the customer – no matter how far they have come in their digitization. The tool allows the customer to carry out adaptation and change according to their own needs, which provides both lower costs and increased flexibility. The basis is three basic modules, which are simply called Make, Improve and Operate. Read more here.

– The make module defines the process and improves the performance within the business. Traceability also begins here and the foundation is set for monitoring KPIs in real time, creating reports for follow-up and much more. We have built the production together with “Sustainability” data. It is unique in the industry and gives our customers a competitive advantage in the market, says Mattias Andersson.

The Improve module contextualizes information, finds weak links and uses data streams to drive the improvement work.

– It is a tool that combines traditional tools for improvement work with support in data from production. When the products leave the factory, you can use the Operate module, to ensure that the products are assembled and handled correctly when they leave the factory.

Despite the fact that MBrain was launched only less than a year ago, the company is growing very fast.

– There is a fantastic interest globally for MBrain and is growing in both the number of customers and employees. One goal is to make Swedish industry more competitive. Sweden is historically a world leader in industry and software, we bring these two elements together, says Mattias Andersson.


MTEK offers smart software for companies in manufacturing. MTEK has extensive experience in production and quality. Both the Swiss-Swedish company ABB and the American industrial group Altra Industrial Motion have invested in MTEK. The product, MBrain, is delivered in modules that strengthen the customer’s own ability to drive their digitized improvement journey.

Read more about MTEK Industry here.

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