Manufacturing Supply Chain Management ERP Integration
Does your company make and sell its own products? Then a well-integrated ERP system is critical. Below are the top ways in which you can leverage ERP integration to enhance your manufacturing process.
ERP Integration and Labor/Time Tracking
You can use an ERP system to track the amount of labor and time that went into each product or service you offer. This will allow you to keep an accurate count of employee activity and manage personnel accordingly. You can also track which parts or supplies were used for a product, if applicable, so that you can know when and how often to replace them. You can also use ERP integration to create a preventative maintenance system, with maintenance request forms, spare parts management, and service reports.
ERP Integration and Supply Chain Management
An ERP system can help you follow industry standards when you transmit and receive important electronic documents. You can also integrate quality-based tools into your program, like problem controls and shipping/receiving. You may also consider a production schedule feature that automates product requirements and planning.
ERP Integration and Product Tracking
A well-integrated ERP system can help you manage your floor and inventory through use of customizable options like tracking barcodes on inventory floors by use of hand-held devices.
Product and shipping delays can be costly with regards to customer retention. ERP Integration can help you track orders and communicate shipping status to your customers so that they don’t grow frustrated.
Floor and Inventory Control
A well-integrated ERP system can help you manage your floor and inventory through use of customizable options like tracking barcodes on inventory floors by use of hand-held devices. This allows for real-time inventory control and other manufacturing eCommerce solutions so that you’ll always stay on top of the products you manufacture and sell.
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