EMPOWERING SHOP FLOORS WITH EFFICIENCY
AGILE FACTORY OPERATIONS PLANNING SOLUTION
01 / FAST
Schedule the biggest factories; for a factory with 180 workbenches and 30000 materials, shop floor operations scheduling for a 6 week horizon with a continuous time resolution takes no more than 20 seconds including the MRP.
Constantly changing customer orders?
High variety of products and manufacturing processes?
Raw material supply problems?
Tight due dates?
02 / VERSATILE
Handle any type of disruption, be it a change of customer orders, breakdowns or a raw material supply problem for variety of factory operations planning types such as production leveling and shop floor operations scheduling.
Increasing lot sizes
Embrace disruptions, act smart:
Respond to changing demands and other conditions
Manage smaller lot sizes
03 / PRECISE
Take all types of "real life" constraints such as molds, different skill levels, limited number of simultaneous changeovers, number of available operators or any other restriction with continuous time resolution for all BOM and operation levels.
Efficient Shop Floor Management
Agile Disruption Management
Fast & User Friendly
Create detailed work orders to maximize efficiency
Manage disruptions better to be more responsive and agile to serve customers better
Be as fast as possible while handling "real life" constraints
A prescriptive analytics solution for factory operations planning which is virtually independent of industry and associated manufacturing processes; and increases efficiency and agility by generating plans/schedules for shop floor while handling "real life" constraints and having the capability to respond to every disruption.
Aggregates data from various sources such as ERP, shop floor data collection and monitoring solutions and is independent of the data source. Integrations with solutions from enterprise software vendors to specifically tailored solutions exist; the most important point is having actual, accurate and complete data.
Utilizing proprietary high-speed algorithms and reactive planning process models instead of slow and unresponsive approaches, many successful implementations exist for a variety of industries such as automotive suppliers, furniture manufacturers including upholstery, apparel, denim, packaging, steel, appliances and even poultry.