Manufacturing ERP

Manufacturing ERP Production is verified software for manufacturers of different verticals in small and medium segment. It is an superior purpose-built solution by which companies can manage their complete operations, from raw material procurement to finished goods dispatching. Integra ERP provides material planning and cost control mechanism, easy production lining for semi finished and final product.
Raw material stock and costing will automatically affect as per the standard expenditure ratio when entering a production voucher. Each production line costing is most important aspect for the manufacturing companies due to process involves various functionalities that incurring additional cost in each stage. Day to day or batch wise costing is an important element to deriving proper pricing policy and helps to maintain the margin ratio.

After each stage of production line, deriving a semi finished product or an operational progress with added cost of consumables and factory outlay, hence will reach the final product and its cost of production without any physical costing calculation. More over each production stage raw material related to the product automatically updating stock and any time stock position in raw material storage will be correct.

In a purely process oriented industry and where performing continuous production normally selecting line or batch production method. Integra ERP has considered various production methods that can be flexibly configured according to the need of management. At the time of implementation considering the product lining, production and management process we can derive which method has to be implemented.

Why to choose Integra ERP for Manufacturers?

  • 1) Flexible production process selection according to the work flow design of the company.
  • 2) Day to day analysis of standard cost and actual cost comparison and fast decision making power in pricing policy.
  • 3) Easily understand what’s happening in every corner of their process line and make smarter decisions.
  • 4) The clear and correct data of the business and across the functional activities.
  • 5) Control over inventory and financials.
  • 6) Production process controls.
  • 7) Ability to “tailor” or configure the system to better fit specific vertical markets.
  • 8) Integration and synchronization of all aspects of the manufacturing process and accommodates both short and long production runs in the following manufacturing environments.
  • 9) Providing quotes that are accurate and keep costs under control.
  • 10) Managing material, labour and scrap during work in progress.
  • 11) Minimizes manufacturing cost and maximizes resource utilization.
Producing a finished product or multiple finished product by mixing or adding multiple raw materials/components or combination of semi finished item with added materials/components. This type production style is mainly practiced by food and packaging industry and also called mass production.
  • RM setup for a finished goods or semi finished goods.
  • Automatic deduction of RM from stock in respect of production quantity.
  • Provision for manual issue of raw material.
  • Set standard cost (budgeted cost of each raw material and manufacturing expense to get the assumed cost of production).
  • Analysis the cost variant to enable revision in price policy or sales equations.
  • Provision to add manufacturing expenses and factory overheads to get exact cost of production of single unit.
  • Periodical costing statement and costing analysis.
We should carefully implement the ERP system to manage all the activities. Manufacturing ERP ensure proper implementation as the the flow chart of the production process.
  • Provision for multi layer assembly lines.
  • Provision for setting multiple assembly stages and define the process of each assembly stages.
  • Lean time for each assembly stages and for the final production.
  • Bill of Materials (BOM) for each assembly stages along with the manufacturing overheads.
  • Provision for sub assembly and its BOM and costing.
  • Final product costing and comparison with the actual cost.
  • Line wise working progress analysis and costing.
  • Production planning and setting production targets.
  • Material planning and supply chain management.
  • Line wise update of production status.
  • Final production update and closing.
  • Provision for finished goods testing and quality checking.
  • Raw material quality management and reporting.
  • Production planning and controls.
This process will continue up to the finished goods. We can analysis the costing factors of each batch along with the raw material consumption. as in each stage of operation there may be cost additions such as material cost, machinery cost, factory overheads and man cost etc.
  • Batch production planning and costing.
  • Provision to start and end batch process.
  • Batch wise material planning.
  • Batch wise production entry and stock update.
  • Batch number tracking.
  • Batch volume and cost analysis.
  • Batch production statement.
  • FG grouping and packing process.
  • Bar-coding facility for packed items.
  • Supply chain management for raw material procurement.
Job production is also called as jobbing or one-off production. Production planning and costing factors will vary from job to job according to the customers need and specifications. Each job or set of jobs will be treated separately and work designing, raw material proportion and consumption, machine and labour cost will be calculated each time for a customer specification based job production. Single or more quantities of a product may be produced under this method for a specific customer.
  • Enquiry entry from customers.
  • Designing, BOM and costing.
  • Design approvals form higher authorities.
  • Quotation/design submission to customers.
  • Works order/sales order from customer.
  • Issue job to production/planning.
  • Project wise material planning.
  • Assembly line wise woks planning.
  • Testing and FG quality checking.
  • RM request to stores.
  • Vendor quotation management.
  • Purchase order management.
  • Erection/commissioning.
  • Project billing and accounting.
  • Job wise profitability analysis.

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