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MRP Manufacturing Execution

With real-time data flow throughout your organization, you will be able to digitally monitor critical areas of your operations against targets you set. When these areas fall short, the affected teams can make strategic decisions that increase margins and profit for your company.

Manufacturing execution

Data Collection

Accurate data collection is critical to know your true costs of a production order or project.  Real-time data such as time tracking, issuing material to production orders, quality control and more can be easily tracked.  Alerts and messages can be configured in the data collection module.  Quality issues, cost overruns and scheduling changes can be configured to alert the appropriate people.

Issue Material

Materials for production orders can be backflushed or manually issued.  Barcodes can be used to eliminate costly mistakes.  Lot, Heat, Serial, Expiration Dates and other traceability characteristics of the material is automatically tracked when issuing material.  Need to track dimensional inventory?  No problem, we have you covered.

Quality Control

Scrap, rework and inspection results are tracked within the data collection system.  When an item is scrapped, a non-conformance report is generated. Once the disposition is determined, a rework job can be created.

Time Tracking

Accurately track employee time on each production order operation. The extensive reporting allows you to see where you made money and where you lost.  Planned vs. actual and efficiency reports gives you the information you need to make decisions.  The data collection is tightly integrated with the master production schedule. Employees will have access to their next tasks and what material or tooling is required. Tablets can be used on the shop floor to make a paperless environment.

Warehouse Management

Material handlers are alerted when material for an upcoming operation scheduled needs to be picked and transferred to the proper location.  Sales orders can be picked, packed and shipped along with inbound purchase orders being received and put away.

Learn more about the capabilities of Warehouse Management.

Engineering and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)

Track engineering changes, revisions and defects throughout the product lifecycle to ensure traceability in case of product liability claims.  Approval workflows can be configured to ensure the proper controls are in place to document engineering changes.

Engineering Change Requests

Initiate engineering change requests to identify the items affected and feasibility of the change.

Engineering Changes

Modify the standard routing, bill of materials and attachments for the new revision.  Alternate and shared routings can also be created.

Product Management

Track the product from launch throughout the lifecycle including defects and product recalls.  The traceability feature can be used to determine all sales orders, purchase orders including material lot, serial, heat and supplier the material that was used in the product was purchase from and when.

Workflow

Approval workflow can be configured for proper traceability and to ensure everyone that will be affected knows about the change.

Estimating

Accurate estimates will no longer be a struggle—historical time and material cost data from other products can be used to help estimate the cost of new products.

Calculations

Item types can be configured to use formulas for calculating material requirements and cost. Whether that item is a spring, fastener or sheet material you can enter dimensions to calculate weight or volume.

Estimate Analysis

Drill down into the labor, material and sub-contracting cost for each quantity estimated. Estimating is integrated with the master production schedule to accurately provide a promise date.

Supplier Price Breaks

Multiple level supplier pricing can be entered to improve accuracy when estimating large quantity breaks.

Workflow

Approval workflow can be configured to allow the proper approval for new estimates, if profit margin is below a certain amount and more.

Production

Production orders are scheduled based on the work center utilization, plant schedule and the availability of employees.

Capacity Planning

Drill down into the capacity of your work centers. Run what-if scenarios to determine how to make adjustments.

Paperless Shop

The work center dispatch list alerts the user of the next job to run. Tablets can also be used on the shop floor to streamline operations.

Production Orders

Production orders are generated from product demand. The demand can come from sales forecasts, sales orders and material requirements from other production orders.  Several production types can be used such as Make to Order (MTO), Make to Stock (MTS), Engineer to Order (ETO) and Assemble to Order (ATO).

Scheduling

Production orders are scheduled based on the work centers capacity, plant schedule, material and resource availability.  Capacity and material exceptions are easily identified.

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