Including various production activities to ensure an efficient management such as production planning, product data management, production order management, production schedule, shop management and repair management.
The solution offers a flexible production planning which
provides a supervision of product and semi-finished product manufacturing
- Execution planning support
- Editable values in earlier plans, plan updates for specific dates.
- Product and semi-finished product manufacturing plan control using manufacturing start/end dates with high precision.
- Recalculating and updating production plans upon any changes in master data.
- Inventory planning for repair production
- Calculating demand for materials, adjusted for probability of material consumption.
- Generate product output plans.
- Perform automated planning of semi-finished product output and automated calculation of demand in purchase of materials or components.
- Analyze plan feasibility, including calculation of required equipment and labor costs, with manual adjustment and resource balancing options.
Product data management
1C:ERP offers functionality for creating and maintaining a unified regulatory database required for production management. Bills of resources are used to specify standard production demand for material and labor resources, and to describe the manufacturing process. 1C:ERP supports universal bills of resources that apply to a product type instead of a single product. Bills of resources describe the production routes as a sequence of production stages performed in departments or shops, with lists of key resources.
Operations sheets describe
production stages as a sequence of manufacturing operations.
Production order management
1C:ERP provides 3 levels of
production management: planning and consolidation of product demand, intershop
management and shop management.
- Consolidated product demand is based on sales forecast, production plan, production orders additional to the plan.
- Intershop management includes generation of production schedules and coordination between all production departments.
- Shop management involves production job supervision and schedule enforcement.
Production schedule is created on
the basis of sales plans, production plans, customer orders, and internal
orders (including production equipment repair orders). 1C:ERP algorithms
convert incoming production requests into a production order queue considering
priorities and deadlines. Users can add production stages to a schedule
manually, if necessary.
- Assess whether a production order can be completed before the deadline, performing critical path analysis.
- Create a set of coordinated production programs/plans for multiple departments.
- Optimize material and labor resource consumption by production departments.
- Manage short-term changes and deviations in production plans.
Manufacturing work performed in departments
is based on the production schedule and aimed to meet the deadlines set for
production stages. Work to be performed within a stage is planned by local
dispatcher. The local dispatcher creates work schedules for each time frame
according to the current production environment in line with DBR methodology
and MES/APS algorithms. A barcode-based automated work performance recording
system is available.
- Monitor resource supply for production stages.
- Prepare and test work schedules and work center load schedules using optimization criteria.
- Allocate local production batches for processing (creates route sheets).
- Monitor execution of manufacturing processes in their department.
- Reschedule the route sheets.
- Notify the head dispatcher of any critical deviations from the production schedule.
- Supervise automated management of shift jobs and duties.
- Define priorities between the speed and cost and chooses how equipment load is allocated: evenly between all available equipment units, or maximum load for minimum number of units.
1C:ERP offers extensive
functionality for equipment maintenance and repair. Repair automation ensures
more efficient usage of enterprise resources, resulting in:
- Easier preparation, planning, and supervision of measures against equipment downtime (scheduled inspections, early identification of abnormalities, prevention of defects).
- Higher product quality due to better equipment health monitoring (regular replacement of consumables and spare parts, running time and remaining lifetime tracking).
- Lower costs of maintaining equipment in good working condition.
- To be even more efficient, repair automation requires unified standards for spare part support and repair financing.
- Recording and saving information on equipment in work, its operation and maintenance planning parameters.
- Registering operational time of selected equipment
- Planning scheduled repairs.