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Web Based Production Planning & Control

Production planning is one part of production planning and control dealing with basic concepts of what to produce, when to produce, how much to produce, etc. It involves taking a long-term view at overall production planning. The objectives of production planning are as follows:

To ensure right quantity and quality of raw material, equipment, etc. are available during times of production.
To ensure capacity utilization is in tune with forecast demand at all the time.

Production planning takes care of two basic strategies’ product planning and process planning. Production planning is done at three different time dependent levels i.e. long-range planning dealing with facility planning, capital investment, location planning, etc.; medium-range planning deals with demand forecast and capacity planning and lastly short term planning dealing with day to day operations.

Web based scheduling software

Improve operations scheduling, step up from wallboards or spreadsheets
Import jobs from spreadsheets, accounting, MRP, ERP, WMS etc
Assign jobs to people, machines or other resources, easily using a mouse
Real-time access anywhere/anytime through a web browser

Production planning ensures that overall production process is streamlined providing following Benefits:

Organization can deliver a product in a timely and regular manner.
Supplier are informed will in advance for the requirement of raw materials.
It reduces investment in inventory.
It reduces overall production cost by driving in efficiency.
Easy to use
Not a Spread Sheet
System Integration

Features :

Web Based Production Planning Software is an important feature of the small industry. Production control regulates and stimulates the orderly how of materials in the manufacturing process from the beginning to the end.
Schedule Screen
Protected Schedule
History View.
Graphic Schedule.
User Profiles
Job Status

Web Based Production Planning Software Solution will benefit you in :

Understanding the efficiencies and inefficiencies.
Identify bottleneck and non value added activities.
Balance manpower utilization.
Section wise planning.
Optimize supply chain performance