New Features, Functionality of Fuuz SaaS Platform and Solutions Can Position Manufacturers for Success in 2023

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Award-winning apps, Fuuz 4.0 and strategic solution partnerships deliver added value

Fuuz streamlines operations, automates processes and increases visibility into critical information so companies have the time to react, adjust, resolve issues, and continuously improve operations.

New features and enhanced functionality added in 2022 will make it easier for manufacturers working with Fuuz™ to reach productivity and efficiency goals in the new year. Through its revolutionary Extended Platform as a Service (xPaaS) set of development and integration capabilities, Fuuz connects people, processes, machines and data with user-friendly, intuitive applications that empower teams at every level of the business and make life easier on the plant floor.

“In 2022, more manufacturers than ever before turned to Fuuz because they had a problem and knew we had the solution,” said Craig Scott, CEO and president of MFGx, the software integration company that developed Fuuz, the no-code, low-code and pro-code SaaS solution.

Scott explained that Fuuz streamlines operations, automates processes and increases visibility into critical information so companies in automotive, aerospace and defense, distribution, and other industries have the time to react, adjust, resolve issues, and continuously improve operations.

Strategic partnerships provide increased connectivity and flexibility
In early 2022, Fuuz forged a solution partnership with Acumatica to provide value to small and midmarket organizations through connected technologies with open architecture for rapid integrations, scalability and ease of use. Fuuz also formed solution partnerships with QuickBooks and SAP in 2022.

“Fuuz gateway is now available to run as a service at the edge,” said Scott. “We offer several new standard connectors — Acumatica, Microsoft Dynamics, QuickBooks, NetSuite, IBM Db2 and more.”

Award-winning apps
Fuuz achieved Built for NetSuite status when its new SuiteApp — built using the Oracle NetSuite SuiteCloud Platform — debuted in early 2022. By leveraging real-time data from NetSuite, manufacturers using Fuuz can connect processes, including track-and-trace inventory, barcoding, label printing, and efficiently monitor operators and equipment.

The Fuuz SuiteApp became so popular it was chosen as a Staff Pick within a few short months of its introduction. Fuuz has added a new department focused entirely on developing new App Store solutions to continue to meet growing demand.

New features lead to Fuuz 4.0
More than 100 expanded app offerings in the first half of 2022 included additional manufacturing execution system solutions for verticals, warehouse management system, production monitoring, computerized maintenance management system and more.

In September, when Fuuz 4.0 launched with several major platform enhancements, MFGx upgraded customers to this multi-enterprise solution providing unparalleled cloud computing as well as more security features such as multi-factor authentication and single sign-on via OpenID Connect.

“Whether our customers have a single facility or a global organization, Fuuz scales with their needs,” said Scott. “We’re really looking forward to helping more customers work more efficiently in the new year.”

For a full overview of Fuuz, including features and key benefits, visit the Fuuz page on To learn more and schedule a demo, visit MFGx online or call 248-782-2700.

About Fuuz
Fuuz™ is a revolutionary Extended Platform as a Service (xPaaS) that’s changing the way business and manufacturing software work by connecting people, processes, machines and data. Fuuz delivers pre-built industrial SaaS apps and platforms, including aPaaS for rapid application development and iPaaS for IT teams who want to personalize their infrastructure without building it from the ground up. Developed by MFGx, a Michigan-based software integration company, Fuuz has the flexibility and scalability to deliver highly personalized solutions, replacing complicated software/middleware environments with automated processes and the ability to capture and exchange data across the enterprise. For more, visit

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