Use the limited and unlimited planning, starting from different dates forward or backward directed. Make sure you plan and reschedule work processes quickly and simulate alternatives with simple drag- and-drop in Gantt diagrams. Resolve bottlenecks by reassigning individual operations to alternative resource groups. Optimize planning throughout the rganization with a single resource model and planning module. Allow your customers to use multiple quality criteria per product and combine similar products in manufacturing to optimize machine utilization.
Gain insights from pre-defined KPIs in the analytics data cube for SQL Server manufacturing.
Manage the different ways of working with subcontractors, including outsourcing of routing operations, supplier-provided articles, and article delivery to suppliers. Link the order to a subcontractor with a production order.
Create a bill of materials for the production, including phantom piece lists, using a graphical designer. Change and track individual items. Manage multistep formulas or formulations, by-products and by- products; track changes with version control. Control your operations: Plan simple, sequential and complex networks; use simultaneous work plans in
the same network. Use rough and detailed planning for your capacities. Organize the production area at the individual standard locations according to logical production units.
Plan and track resources for materials, manufacturing facilities, and workforce. Schedule resources according to production activities and resource capabilities. Possible resource types are tool, machine, supplier, storage bin and miller. The principles of resource allocation include the following types of resource requirements: resource, type, skill, qualification, course, certificate, and title.
Leverage capabilities to create, schedule, view, track, split, reset, or categorize your manufacturing orders to maximize efficiency. Create production orders from sales orders. Track production through the
options Creation, Preliminary Costing, Planning, Release, Started, Finished and Costs. Use BOMs, resources, and routings. Track products and components throughout the manufacturing process, enabling bi-directional traceability from the customer back to the supplier and vice versa.
Storage clauses for process manufacturing
Define several storage dimensions: different units, Catch-weight calculations, commissioning codes, variants of main articles and batches.
Manage the concentration of an active ingredient throughout the whole manufacturing process. This feature allows you to simulate the concentration for each step in the manufacturing process. Thus,
industry-specific requirements can be met more easily and at the same time the position in the competition can be strengthened.
Gain transparency in RIF and actual costs through production tracking and reporting. Track detailed resource and throughput costs, including labor costs. Track detailed resource and throughput costs, including labor costs.
The new page for single operations avoids an information overload of the production staff, whereby the site is simultaneously characterized by its intuitive user-friendliness. Employees can either perform traditional tasks, such as start a job, complete or report on progress, work on the actual job, record times and breaks, view attachments, and do other activities.
Manage and track the activities in your production facilities. Capture products, resources, and items for individual operations and operations. Data acquisition via touch-enabled displays makes operation easier for your employees. Provide production workers with an overview of production orders that need their attention.