Production growth by up to 60%. Reducing products release terms by up to 25%.
What issues the decision closes
Estimating the orders schedule based on the actual operating rates of the enterprise
Finding bottlenecks and increasing the production capacity of the enterprise
Providing information about each operation to be completed, as well as the location of each production lot at any moment of time
Monitoring deviation between the actual and planned production prime cost
Online monitoring of equipment – which operation is being performed, what is the reason of equipment down time
Complete identification of production lots using barcoding, iBeacon
Maintaining a balance of production speed and product quality
What this solution allows
We identify weaknesses in the chosen business direction and help to establish a management system
Reducing the time of orders processing within the production process by 10-30%
Reducing the work-in-progress by 5-10%
Reducing overtime work by 10-15%, avoiding emergency job
Reducing the finished products stock by 10-15%
Executing the production orders in time
Increasing production capacity without increasing the equipment fleet
Monitoring actual production load
Operational accounting of goods and materials
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How the implementation takes place
Staff training and system modelling
At this stage, the members of the Coordination Council and the Customer's team are trained in two areas: theoretical training in the concepts of enterprise management and training on a typical work program with each IT-Enterprise module.
Configuring the system and processes
The purpose of this stage is to set up an enterprise management system for approved business processes using the IT-Enterprise system.
This is the key stage, because during its execution the real usage of the system begins on the daily basis at the Customer's enterprise.