Records of released production orders
The records of released production orders allow you to supervise all production activities in progress, as well as details about working time, quantity of manufactured inventory, material consumption, production costs, etc.
Planning and control of raw material availability
With detailed production forecasts, production plans, and in-progress order records, you can effectively plan and control available raw materials.
Plan inventory operations for production
Thanks to the integrity of functions in the ERP system, it is possible to constantly adjust and plan warehouse operations so that they also support production needs as efficiently as possible.
Records of made products and consumption of raw materials
Recording all production processes by the system gives the possibility to keep very detailed records of raw material consumption, resource use, as well as product execution, which enables far- reaching analysis, control and optimization activities.
Records of performed operations
Each operation performed during the production process should be checked in so that you can track the progress and execution level of the plan.
Job load control
Thanks to detailed data on production processes and operations, it is possible to carry out continuous monitoring of the load on the sockets and workstations, in order to balance them and prevent excessive operation or overloading of individual components.
Control of production implementation
Detailed data on production processes allow you to control the state of implementation of specific production processes, including the execution of a personal, daily and monthly production plan, control of the status of the execution of each order individually and the entire production together, as well as the state of implementation of a particular product copy.
Change the status of production orders
Thanks to the system, it is possible to process production orders in the cycle of their execution, that is, from planning, through confirmation, release (that is, starting production), after completion of the order. This gives you an insight into the planning and production processes in your enterprise that are relevant to your business.
Calculation of the actual cost
Since the production process can contain a large number of staggered components, such as the production periods of the individual components, the production time of the relevant product, as well as the storage of the components and the finished product, it can be complicated to calculate the actual (and therefore full) cost of its manufacture.
The ERP system therefore calculates the actual cost when the production of the product has been completed (the order has been completed) taking into account each production element since the order was released (start of production).