It provides specially configured cross-class (ERP-SCM-MES-BI) software based on classic methodologies-MRP-II, Lean, TOC, advanced SCM methods, author's developments, and based on our" large and complex " Lean system for quick start-up for small and medium-sized production businesses ERP SCMo/SPM.
For small manufacturing businesses (dozens of people) and nationalized workshops of large factories
- orders from customers with different status;
- re-order point (non-reduced balance, reserve, insurance/buffer stock);
- the main production plan, including taking into account the analysts of different needs consolidated in the releases of the OPP;
- internal orders (requests),
- production tasks of various types (PrP. CCD),ПрП, ПЗС);
- determination of the possible product release date at the time of order acceptance (taking into account resources),
- maintaining forecasts of demand for commonly used Assembly units / PKI, with the absorption of forecasts by placed real orders and "parental needs";
- calculation of product production under the release cycle,
- balancing output based on long-term capacity utilization,
- monitoring the status of orders, including those provided to the client,
- configuration and shipment management.
- distributed (under demand directions, customers, orders, order lines, instances),
- in expected arrivals for orders to suppliers ("on the way..", etc.),
- release plans for production tasks include;
- taking into account the capacity constraints of production resources in bottlenecks or across all resources;
- taking into account time and quantity buffers;
- with the formation of 2 versions of plans:
- directive plan — "Just in time", on time and in a quantity that meets demand;
- settlement plan-with estimated expected order dates (based on the status "for today");
- based on launch / release priorities.
- Start-up management, including pull-up, for external and internal demand, with restrictions on the "start window" and "overflow" (queues or production resources), restrictions for the next few days/shifts (ConWIP*, ConLoad algorithms).
- Formation of production tasks. Different types for different production stages:
- for machining/assembly shops/sites,
- for harvesting operations, short-cycle DSE,
- for complex / long-term (days, weeks) builds.
- Accounting for production progress:
- by precinct, by shift. In general, or up to the level of operations, performers,
- using digital input,
- with "loops" for cooperation/services (without breaking the route), etc.
- With inventory management (ready-made DSE), including buffer warehouses / storerooms (before assembly).
launch management (creating orders for suppliers);
tracking orders by stages of the supply chain (preparation of an order / contract – approval/payment — placement with a supplier – production by a cooperative operator – transportation — entrance control, etc.);
acceptance to the warehouse, complete set for the launch plan, transfer to production;
- automatic transfer of information to 1C for accounting.
- "Order readiness" — monitoring of the status of orders (directive/estimated date, deviation, % of readiness for the main stages: procurement — procurement — machining — assembly).
- "Synchronicity" of the work of sites, equipment, and supplies in order to implement "Just-in-time" execution of orders.
- "Order by supply chain" (internal, external by MZK) and "Where is the part".
- Planned, actual, and estimated Gantt chart of order fulfillment.
- Direct production cost:
- planned, by material component, direct labor and direct overhead costs,
- actual, accumulated at the moment, calculated, taking into account the actual.