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Elisa IndustrIQ

Elisa IndustrIQ

Elisa IndustrIQ is an industrial manufacturing software provider enabling manufacturers to translate data into actionable insights. This supports customers to achieve flexibility, resilience, and clarity throughout the entire supply chain. Additionally, Elisa IndustrIQ is one of the frontrunners of implementing AI and advanced cybersecurity into manufacturing software solutions, helping manufacturing companies achieve a sustainable future through digitalization.

Mailing Address:
Ratavartijankatu 5
Helsinki, 00061




Company Category: Automation & IIoT

Company Sector: Software

Keywords: AI, smart factory, supply chain, digitalisation

Partner Status: Marketing Partner


Supply Chain Management by Elisa IndustrIQ

Supply Chain Management by Elisa IndustrIQ

Elisa IndustrIQ's Supply Chain Management (SCM) solution is designed to enhance productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness throughout the entire supply chain. This advanced solution focuses on improving flexibility and responsiveness in both planning and operation execution, crucial for adapting to rapidly evolving markets. Our solution facilitates business growth by offering end-to-end visibility, essential for efficiently managing and streamlining supply chains. Key features include AI-powered demand forecasting, automated quoting and purchasing, intelligent replanning capabilities, structured collaboration tools, and direct supplier integration. These features can be tailored to align with your business and financial objectives, adding a strategic dimension to sales and operations planning and execution. The solution is designed to meet the manufacturing industry's needs for speed, resilience, and efficiency, primarily through innovative approaches to reduce business friction.


The AI Imperative: Crafting Your Manufacturing Future

How does a business begin to build a compelling AI case? It starts with a problem worth solving. Here is how businesses can leap onto the AI train with a strategy that is as pragmatic as it is ambitious.

Human-Centred Digitisation: Bridging the Gap Between Technology and People in Manufacturing

Amidst this surge towards digitalization, especially on the shop floor, there exists a paradox that we at Elisa IndustrIQ find both fascinating and challenging. A human-centred digitization approach could be the solution.

Cybersecurity in Manufacturing: From the Shopfloor to Online Safeguards

By understanding the current cyber threats, adopting fundamental cybersecurity practices, and implementing advanced protective measures, manufacturers can fortify their operations.

From Legacy to Leading-edge: Navigating the Shift to Modern Manufacturing Systems

In this article, we aim to guide manufacturers who recognize the importance of this transition. We delve into the complexity of evaluating current systems, setting precise objectives, and embracing the opportunities of modern technologies available.

Could Predictive Analytics Help Tesla Drop the Cost of the Battery Pack to $100 per kWh?

The battery pack cost of $100/kWh is a primary target for Tesla. To achieve this, the company must solve one of the world's most demanding technology challenges – and it is how to increase the volumetric energy density of battery cells while slashing production costs.

White Papers


As a manufacturer still relying on Excel datasheets, other spreadsheets, and systems you implemented ages ago? This has been nothing but the norm in the manufacturing industry. While this approach is common and there is inherently nothing wrong with using these time-tested methods, it can pose challenges in terms of scalability, adaptability, and efficiency as the industry evolves into a more complex and volatile environment where data insights offer significant competitive advantages. In this white paper, we explore how the needs and expectations have changed in the manufacturing industry and how integrated manufacturing solutions offer a whole new level of efficiency and adaptability. We dive into traditional methods, like Microsoft Excel, and expand our horizons into tailored software solutions.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) have evolved from mere buzzwords to crucial technologies that are shaping the future of the manufacturing industry. They present a unique opportunity to streamline supply chains and operations, predict business outcomes, and transform traditional manufacturing processes. But like any technology, their true potential emerges not just from their advanced capabilities, but from how they are utilised. In our previous white paper, we discussed the benefits of AI and ML and how they can be utilised in the manufacturing industry. In this white paper we dive into how artificial intelligence can improve decision making, managing expectations, and how to prepare your organisation.

Press Releases


The acquisition is consistent with Elisa's strategy to grow digital services internationally. It accelerates the growth of Elisa IndustrIQ's industrial software business and strengthens Elisa's foothold in the Finnish manufacturing customer base.

Lift-off for Mitsubishi LogisNext Europe Factory with Elisa IndustrIQ modernization deal

Mitsubish LogisNext Europe implements Manufacturing Execution System from Elisa IndustrIQ in all production lines in its forklift truck factory in Finland.


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