Considered to be the benchmark of India’s transition towards its self-fulfillment, Industrial manufacturing that encompasses Capital goods, Consumer goods (durables/ non-durables), Intermediate goods, Heavy manufacturing etc. is experiencing huge demands for meeting the indigenous needs. The need for process automation and local sourcing along with the growing move towards an enterprise workforce culture (labor law reforms) are calling for having a consolidated framework that
Manages complex supply chains
Keeps quality under check & control
Nurtures design and process innovation
Brings better visibility from shop floor to all other business units
The reach of any industry is through the end product reaching out to as many customers as possible with minimum lead time & wastage in supply chain. Effective planning and tracking in ERP will achieve the same.
From head engineers to laborers, the manpower should be adept at accomplishing the requisite orders in stipulated time. By defining the resource qualification and skills you achieve higher efficiency.
Finance accounting in ERP captures overhead & indirect costs, giving control on surmounting and unaccounted cost; industry needs to define prices based on actual money incurred.
Undoubtedly the heart of any industrial domain, machine scheduling, loading & production rate needs to be optimally utilized.
With either sales force punching in orders or repeat business; MPS is a critical leg of the business to deliver goods on time. ERP supports enterprise planning for the MPS & MRP.
Slight variations or updates are demanded by customer from time to time. This requires managing cost & quality of new product development. Complete product version control on BOM/Master data is achieved by ERP.
Prudence has enabled several of these organizations to realize consolidated flow of information that aids in carrying out their activities on a day to day basis with better confidence of achieving desired results in production, quality and service. Correct planning method is the key through which any manufacturer can go from being good to great, and this is what we incorporate invariably in our solutions. The days of working in dark incessantly without knowing the true costing (inclusive of overheads/ indirect cost), purchasing trend (vendor management) and inventory flow (both between WIP and backward/ forward chains) are long over. Industry is now embracing shop floor automation, energy management, e-governance for statutory/compliance, tracking carbon footprint (environmental regulations), specialized production, spare parts management, mobility and in general, cross organizational analytics for actionable information.