Microsoft Dynamics ERP-systems provides powerful tools for managing both discrete and process manufacturing, including make-to-stock and make-to-order production processes.
The system helps to systematize and analyze information from production floor in real time.
The system works to monitor and control the situation in the production and flexibly manage it, taking into account the availability of raw materials, loading capacities, delivery times and other parameters.
Close integration of manufacturing and financial modules are used to accurately estimate the actual cost of production, compare it with the planned cost and evaluate other financial aspects.
Effective production floor management
Manufacturing planning of any type - process, discrete, lean
Planning including data from integrated distribution, logistics, sales and marketing modules
Acceleration of product introductions
Flexibility in delivery alternatives
Subcontractors activities management by transaction types
Managing the production cycle, taking into account the subcontracting operations
Microsoft Dynamics platform
Ability to work with mobile devices
Select business processes which ERP system should cover
They are created from the sales order and include the entire cycle from order creation, evaluation, planning and production start to its completion and further cost accounting. Use of specifications, resources, routes and recycling.
The system allows you to plan the required materials, production capacities and human resources based on production orders, time limits and other parameters and constraints.
Bill of material (BOM)
Includes the multi-level formulas and recipes management, tracking of related and by-products. Version management for the required specification.
Allows you to create product variants by forming individual specifications according to different parameters.
Various options for working with subcontractors are supported, including subcontracting (outsourcing) of production operations, delivery of parts to external contractors or parts transfer to subcontractor’s production floor. Binding a subcontractor order to a production order.
Unlimited number of analysts, including: non-convertible units of measurement, accounting weight, codes of packages, product variants, lots. Analysis of the effectiveness and evaluation of key indicators (KPI).
Cost of production
Calculation of work in progress and actual cost by tracking the production cycle and related reporting. Accounting of the exact resources and overhead costs. Tracking deviations from standard costs.