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Sales and Operations Planning Part One: Identifying and Forecasting Demand


An effective sales and operations planning game plan results in fewer stock-outs, shorter delivery lead-times, higher on-time shipping percentages, a manageable amount of expediting, and improved customer service. Several guidelines are suggested to improve a firm's sales and operations planning process and the effectiveness of each product's game plan. This is an excerpt from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision.

mrp forecasting techniques  replenishment method based on MRP logic. Other Sources of Demand Visibility of all demands is critical to formulating an effective S&OP game plan. Surprise demands can cause shortages that impact customer service or production and result in expediting. Some sources of demand may need interpretation or alternative ways to express the demand, as illustrated in the following examples. Customer Schedules . Customer schedules represent a combination of sales orders (in the near-term) and forecast (in the Read More

Pull vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRP Part 1: Tutorial


Flow manufacturing leverages techniques to help manufacturers create any product on any given day, in any given quantity including the "quantity of one" (i.e., through the so-called mixed-model production), while keeping inventories to a minimum and shortening cycle times in order to quickly fill customer orders.

mrp forecasting techniques  (master production schedule) and MRP planned orders are pushed out to the factory floor and in stock. External suppliers also work to support planned production, while materials management often relies on maintaining sufficient inventory, using a make-to-stock (MTS) rather than make-to-order (MTO) or assemble-to-order (ATO) approach. In traditional manufacturing, the time and cost of changeover to produce different products is high, as are the costs of inventory, planning, and expediting. To recap, in Read More

Using Visibility to Manage Supply Chain Uncertainty


Technology has advanced supply chain visibility beyond mere track and trace functions. Visibility can be used to manage supply chain uncertainty, thereby preemptively troubleshooting problematic areas and reallocating resources to better meet the demands of an enterprise.

mrp forecasting techniques  when manufacturing resource planning (MRP) forecast modeling was first introduced to identify constraints. The eighties brought constraint based planning, manufacturing requirements planning (MRP-II), distribution requirements planning (DRP), electronic data interchange (EDI), and track and trace. Enter the nineties with enterprise resource planning (ERP), advanced planning and scheduling (APS), and the Internet. Today, we delve into continuous loop manufacturing, peer-to-peer computing, service oriented Read More

Pull vs Push: a Discussion of Lean, JIT, Flow, and Traditional MRP Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations


While lean/flow leverages practices to stay ahead of actual demand, traditional approaches better coordinate secondary, back-office systems like accounting and HR. Moreover, flow should be a company-wide strategy that impacts more than manufacturing.

mrp forecasting techniques  companies will still use MRP to ascertain longer-term dependent demand (i.e., based on forecasts), but replenishment will be based on independent demand (i.e., actual customer orders), with closely managed inventory buffers. Customer demand cannot be predicted months ahead, since nothing is that certain. Thus, many ERP systems are employing heuristics, algorithms, and even simulations to estimate the uncertainty in demand and effects of constraints on the shop floor. Understanding these variations then Read More

The Essential Supply Chain


Supply Chain Management (SCM) once viewed as a way to obtain a competitive advantage, is now perceived as a logical and necessary extension of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). The reasons: First, traditional ERP systems lack the advanced planning tools necessary for companies to respond to an increasingly competitive business environment. Second, advances in computing power and data transmission enable disparate entities to communicate efficiently and at a low cost. Finally, vendors have observed the complementary nature of SCM and ERP and are engaged in consolidation of their product suites.

mrp forecasting techniques  employ some flavor of MRP (Material Requirements Planning) or MRP-II (Manufacturing Resources Planning) for internal supply chain planning. The problem with these traditional planning methodologies is their sequential nature, which makes them unable to consider multiple constraints simultaneously. For example, a plan that begins with a demand forecast can be used to generate product requirements for the manufacturing facilities, which can then be checked against available material and capacity. However, Read More

All Aboard: Effective Onboarding Techniques and Strategies


Onboarding is not a “nice-to-have,” but rather a need-to-have. You spend considerable time and money filling job vacancies—so why not take steps to ensure new hire retention? When you leverage new employees’ experience into competitive advantage, you’ll see greater efficiency, gains in retention and productivity, and the improved company brand that result from an engaged and motivated workforce. Find out how.

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Xpert-Series


Raymark's Xpert-Series is an integrated enterprise solution that includes point of sale, merchandising, automated replenishment, forecasting and OTB planning, dynamic reporting, advanced analytics, predictive analysis and mobile POS technology.  

mrp forecasting techniques  Series Raymark''s Xpert-Series is an integrated enterprise solution that includes point of sale, merchandising, automated replenishment, forecasting and OTB planning, dynamic reporting, advanced analytics, predictive analysis and mobile POS technology. Read More

A Business Intelligence Agenda for Midsize Organizations: Six Strategies for Success


Midsize companies see business intelligence (BI) as too unwieldy and expensive for them, and use spreadsheets for planning, budgeting, and forecasting. However, BI is well within reach through an incremental approach. Learn about six strategies for midsize companies for choosing and deploying BI solutions that address both business and IT challenges.

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HJSOFT


Beijing HeJia Software Technology Limited (HJSOFT) was established in 1998, and is China's earliest company to evolve from MRP II to develop independent brands' and intellectual property rights' management software and provide service for medium to large domestic enterprises and is committed to the use of information technology (IT) to enhance business management skills. HeJia's software has been oriented to user needs, using ERP software development as the core principle and always adhering to independent property rights in software research and development (R&D) to face industry characteristics and individual user needs in hopes to provide users with enterprise information to thoroughly give solutions to issues as well as provide consulting, implementation and maintenance services.

mrp forecasting techniques  company to evolve from MRP II to develop independent brands'' and intellectual property rights'' management software and provide service for medium to large domestic enterprises and is committed to the use of information technology (IT) to enhance business management skills. HeJia''s software has been oriented to user needs, using ERP software development as the core principle and always adhering to independent property rights in software research and development (R&D) to face industry characteristics and Read More

MMS / Southware Excellence Series


MMS / Southware Excellence Series is a closed loop manufacturing system with MRP, ERP, Advanced Manufacturing Processes, CRM, Bill of Materials, Fully integrated Accounting, Collections Management, tool set to allow customization without changing source code. Full ODBC, and Active X Compliant, 600 platforms to run on.  

mrp forecasting techniques  loop manufacturing system with MRP, ERP, Advanced Manufacturing Processes, CRM, Bill of Materials, Fully integrated Accounting, Collections Management, tool set to allow customization without changing source code. Full ODBC, and Active X Compliant, 600 platforms to run on. Read More

3 Key Areas to Reduce Costs with Lean Techniques


Continuous process improvement is more critical than ever for manufacturers to become lean. One key area of focus is on the flow of product from supplier to customer. Naturally, any process that impedes the smooth flow of product is a source of additional cost to the company. Download this white paper now and learn about 3 key areas to reduce costs and improve product flow from quote to cash.

mrp forecasting techniques  ERP,enterprise resource planning,Epicor,medical device manufacturer,lean techniques,process improvement,manufacturing Read More

WBS Primer


The earned value management system (EVMS) is a method of tracking cost and schedule performance using work breakdown structure/earned value (WBS/EV) techniques. Formerly called C/SCSC (Cost/Schedule Control Systems Criteria) by the contract industry, an understanding of WBS basics is essential for any US contractor wishing to be selected for new major systems contracts over a certain funding threshold.

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Transforming Spreadsheets: Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting for Midsize Companies


This white paper describes how workgroups and midsize companies can transform their spreadsheet-only processes to create flexible and timely plans, budgets, and forecasts. It outlines recommendations for implementing a complete performance management system, using an integrated reporting, analysis, and planning solution purpose-built for workgroups and midsize companies.

mrp forecasting techniques  Spreadsheets: Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting for Midsize Companies This white paper describes how workgroups and midsize companies can transform their spreadsheet-only processes to create flexible and timely plans, budgets, and forecasts. It outlines recommendations for implementing a complete performance management system, using an integrated reporting, analysis, and planning solution purpose-built for workgroups and midsize companies. Read More

Budgeting: Beyond Spreadsheets


Financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting can be an endless and arid process for business professionals. Spreadsheet-based planning can prove to be confusing and unorganized, which only costs the company more time and money. IBM's Cognos software can help not only reduce the time spent on planning processes, but also build complex business models and perform ‘what if’ scenarios, enhancing strategic decision making.

mrp forecasting techniques  Beyond Spreadsheets Financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting can be an endless and arid process for business professionals. Spreadsheet-based planning can prove to be confusing and unorganized, which only costs the company more time and money. IBM''s Cognos software can help not only reduce the time spent on planning processes, but also build complex business models and perform ‘what if’ scenarios, enhancing strategic decision making. Read More