ERP Manufacturing Information Systems

The decision to implement a new enterprise-wide manufacturing information system is not an easy one. It may stem from recognizing the shortcomings of the existing system or from proactively looking at future information requirements. Common attributes of an effective software system include:
  • Increased system stability and reliability
  • Reduced scrap and defects tracking
  • Increased Sales/Order Entry efficiency
  • Shop floor or work center data collection
  • Reduced or eliminated human error
  • Quality systems/ISO reporting requirements
  • Reduced or eliminated non-value added steps
  • Bar coding inventory
  • Customer Just in Time (JIT) requirements
  • Increased inventory accuracy
  • Improved management reporting
  • Increased product costing accuracy
  • Automated work order generation
  • Finished product tracking
  • Increased production scheduling efficiency
  • Maintenance scheduling
  • Machine utilization tracking
  • Fleet maintenance and scheduling
  • Standardized work instructions and processes
  • Reduced Work In Process (WIP)
  • Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) requirements
IMEC uses a thorough, unbiased methodology in helping your company to identify, select, and implement an enterprise-wide manufacturing information system. Evaluation and Selection is the first step in IMEC’s Manufacturing Information System Optimization process. Through this process, we work with your company to quantify your manufacturing information needs, evaluate and assess your current processes, and identify available manufacturing software packages that meet or exceed those needs.
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