Manufacturing Management System
Manufacturing Management System is
- Planning Management
- Production Management
- Quality Control Management
- Preventive and Corrective Management
- Calibration System
- Cost Accounting
Manufacturing Management System is easy to modify when you want to change something on
the screen. Manufacturing Management system use the JiniBase database for store the data,
JiniBase is a high performance and very fast because it developed by Jini Technology and
JAVA language. The system is verify capacity machine and facility tool for production and
calculation cost of production, repair etc. All customers’ demand can be aggregated into
user definable plans at a detail or summary level. Manufacturing Management System
requirements then flow into consolidated production schedules and material and capacity
plans and all production activity can be scheduled and tracked through Control. The system
can show all scheduled production, current production status, utilization and materials
and capacity availability.
You can set unlimited condition format for production such as machine, process,
facility tool, formula, material and substitute material and the relation of condition.
Planning Management to improve information flow by incorporating real-time
collaborative decision support advanced planning, and optimization into the System. The
system uses a powerful memory resident analytical engine and highly specialized, highly
configurable data objects that offer major new components.
The Supply Chain Cockpit component is a graphical instrument panel for modeling,
navigating, and controlling the all the links in the supply chain. It gives you a complete
view of the entire length of the supply chain. It’s the command center - the cockpit
from which you manage your supply chain.
Using the Supply Chain Engineer, you can build an elaborate graphical representation of
even the most complex supply chain. Once you have built a map of the supply chain, you can
select any part of it and zoom in to a detailed level. Using a series of event triggers
and alarm conditions, the Alert Monitor can automatically identify problems in the supply
chain. It can also monitor material, capacity, transportation, and storage constraints,
and it can handle such metrics as delivery performance, cost flow, and throughput.
The Demand Planning component is a toolkit of statistical forecasting techniques and
demand planning features that helps you create accurate forecasts and plans. Demand
Planning is tightly linked to the Inventory system, so you can use advanced Online
Analytical Processing techniques to drill down to detailed levels of data and analyze
historical, planning, and business intelligence. Because it integrates such a wide set of
data, Demand Planning gives you a sound understanding of all the factors that affect
demand, delivering context-based demand planning, which raises forecasting to a new level
of sophistication and accuracy. Like the Supply Chain Cockpit, Demand Planning uses the
Alert Monitor to report exceptions, like orders that exceed forecasts or orders that fall
short of forecast and therefore may lead to excess inventory if production is not adjusted
accordingly. Using Demand Planing, you can:
- Perform collaborative forecasting
You can collect forecast data from multiple sources
and store it in a common repository so planners from marketing, sales, logistics, and even
third-party vendors and suppliers can work together on a consensus forecast.
- Manage product life cycles
You can manage the life cycles of your products according
to such factors as product supercession, substitution, and cannibalization.
- Plan promotions
You can model promotional demand based on profitability goals,
product availability, and historical patterns. You can even predict how price increases or
decreases will affect future demand.
- Forecast new product demand
You can develop accurate forecasts for new products based
on models from similar products, demand histories, and other factors. You can monitor the
launch of a new product and the end of a product’s life using point-of-sale data.
- Perform causal analysis
You can identify and predict how such factors as demographic
changes, environmental variables, and social or political factors affect demand for your
products. You can analyze actual demand using a variety of tools, such as multiple linear
regression, and incorporate causal factors such as price.
- Model Your Entire Supply Chain
Using the Supply Network Planning and Deployment component you can develop a model of
your entire supply network and all of its constraints. Then, using this model, you can
synchronize activities and plan the flow of material along the entire length of the supply
chain. This allows you to create feasible plans for purchasing, manufacturing, inventory,
and transportation and to closely match supply and demand.
Drawing on data in liveCache, a high-performance memory-resident technology, and using
algorithms, user-developed rules, and policies, the Deployment component helps you
dynamically rebalance and optimize your distribution network. It also helps you
dynamically determine how and when to distribute inventory.
Using the Supply Network Planning and Deployment component, you can:
- Model plans at aggregate and detailed levels
- Perform what-if analysis
- Dynamically match supply and demand using product substitutions
- Use vendor-managed inventory techniques
- Determine the optimum distribution of supply to meet short-term demand
- Generate Production Plans Rapidly
The Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling component is an integrated set of tools
that helps you respond rapidly to changing market conditions. Using this component, you
can generate production plans and schedules that optimize resources. The component offers
optimization based on state-of-the-art methods, such as the theory of constraints and
optimization libraries. Using this component, you can:
- Perform forward and backward scheduling on multiple levels
- Perform detailed capacity planning and material planning simultaneously
- Synchronize schedules and make scheduling changes at multiple levels of the bill of
- Use what-if scenarios to simulate actual conditions and consider the effect of various
- Perform interactive scheduling and plan optimization using a Gantt chart
- Integrate sales and distribution backorder scheduling into the manufacturing process
- Match Supply and Demand with Available-to-Promise
The Global Available-to-Promise (ATP) component uses a rules-based strategy to ensure
you can deliver what you promise to your customers. Global ATP performs multilevel
component and capacity checks in real time and in simulation mode to ensure that you can
match supply and demand. You can also perform these ATP checks against aggregated,
memory-resident data for even better performance. Global ATP maintains simultaneous,
immediate access to product availability along the supply chain, so you can be confident
that you can meet your delivery commitments.
Global ATP draws on a number of criteria to arrive at a commitment, including:
- Product substitution
If a finished product or component is not available, the system
automatically selects a substitute using rules-based selection criteria.
- Selection of alternative locations
As with product substitution, Global ATP can source
materials from alternative locations. You can also integrate this logic with the product
You can allocate products or components that are in short supply to
customers, markets, orders, and so on. The ATP calculation and response take these
allocations into consideration.
- Improved Performance Increases Profitability
The Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling component of gives you a set of tools
that help you improve due date performance, increase production throughput, reduce
inventory levels, reduce overtime expenses, and optimize the use of company assets. The
end result is increased profitability and improved customer satisfaction.
- Automatically Change the ERP Execution System
Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling is an integrated set of tools within that
enable manufacturers to rapidly respond to changing conditions. makes a unique
contribution to the market by combining constraint solving and optimization with an
architecture that can completely synchronize planning and execution. Now you can take
results of the planning process and automatically make changes in the underlying execution
system. Likewise, changes that occur in the execution system are automatically fed into
the planning process.
- Powerful Planning and Scheduling Tools
The Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling component gives you a rich set of tools
and resources to plan production and produce detailed schedules. Fueled by the results
generated by other planning functions within, Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling
enables you to quickly generate executable plans that optimize your available resources
and enable your organization to achieve maximum responsiveness. Production Planning and
Detailed Scheduling is:
- Built for high response with an advanced, memory-based computing architecture that can
perform continuous planning in the most demanding production environments
- Designed for multi-plant heterogeneous environments to support your complex
- Capable of detailed capacity planning simultaneous with material planning, using
algorithms to generate a capacity and material feasible plan in a single pass with alert
monitoring and reporting of exception conditions
- State-of-the-art, using interactive scheduling, genetic algorithms, and constraint-based
programming for constraint solving and optimization of planning and scheduling operations
- Flexible, using simulation and what-if scenarios to model actual conditions while
considering a variety of constraints and target objectives such as due-date adherence,
setup reduction, and total lead-time minimization
- Powerful, using integrated, exception-driven, decision-support tools to enable
identification of alternative supply sources, materials, resources, required overtime, and
so on for fast problem resolution
- Open, offering tight integration with the System and standard interfaces with systems so
you can drive plans and schedules through to execution with little or no integration
- Production Management Module is to show the production schedule for resources.
- The dispatch report is used to display the items and order scheduled to used to display
the items and order scheduled to be processed by each resource.
- Show specific schedule model (or scenario), location, resource or date range.
Quality Control Management
Quality Control Management allows a wide varies of characteristics and parameters to be
specified in test and inspection operations and maintains an extensive history to improve
product quality and identify recurring problems.
Preventive and Corrective Maintenance System
The preventive and corrective maintenance system prepare for user set the schedule for
maintain the inventory such as machine, computer. The system can alert the maintain date
and condition, guarantee and expiry date when the machine to be due the maintain date,
guarantee and expiry date. The system can show preventive and corrective plan. The system
can keep the record into maintenance history of machine or inventory. You can set the
prevent standard machine for engineer to prevent the machine on schedule plan.
The calibration system prepare for verify the measure tool with standard. You can set
the standard value of the measure tool, The system can show the calibration plan. The
system can keep the record into calibration history of measure tool. The system can
compare the calibrate value with standard when you calibrate yourself on the calibrate
Cost Accounting System
The Cost Accounting system provides both detail and summary cost assignment and
control. Financial Management System uses a parent/child relationship for financial data,
which provides the ability to ‘drill down’ to the necessary level of detail. On each
level, the actual, budgeted and allowed costs are reported. Amounts that have been
recorded for a particular cost center, project, or other costing dimension can be
re-allocated automatically by cost accounting system; for example, for costs like
facilities or information services that must be spread over the departments that are
supported. Cost-assignment amounts are calculated based on amounts or quantities, for
example, the number of order lines, invoices, business partners, or items manufactured.
The cost accounting module can also generate automatic intercompany journal entries for
companies in the same or different groups.
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