We have deep experience in implementing manufacturing solutions for companies in metal industry, industrial component manufacturing industry, ready mix concrete producing company and process industry. We have strong domain consulting expertise in manufacturing, costing, planning and storing functions and functional expertise of planning modules in Oracle (WIP, CST, BOM, MRP, INV) and SAP (MM, PP).
Successful implementation of these modules provide clear visibility of dependent and independent demand, available supply, net requirement calculation, job order requisitioning, work-in-progress status, finished and raw material inventory, outside processing and serial & lot control. Clear visibility and better control successfully reduces the manufacturing lead time, resulting in reduction of production cost and higher availability of finished goods for delivery. It also enhances the supply chain efficiencies.
Every step in the shop floor operations can be tracked. Costing can be calculated for processing at shop floor, raw material consumptions, outside processing and overhead.
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Since planning, procurement and distribution functions can be seamlessly integrated with manufacturing activities, a better control can be exercised at any level to bring the manufacturing cost under control. Proper analysis of manufacturing activities can be done for consumption of raw materials and optimal usage of resources and machineries.
Successful implementation of manufacturing modules helps track the status of any production job order at shop floor and accurately calculates the raw material, work-in-progress and finished goods inventory at any point of time.
Our key benefits are:
- Integration and standardization of manufacturing processes for all divisions of the organization
- Accurate inventory visibility for raw material, work-in-progress and finished goods
- Reduced manufacturing lead time
- Accurate calculation of manufacturing costing using different costing methods
- Variance analysis of each job order for over / under consumption of raw material and resources