Streamline supply chain operations from warehouse to doorstep
With Priority’s Supply Chain Management solution, you take control and optimize every aspect of your supply chain process. From raw materials, inventory management, and quality control to shipping and last-mile delivery, with this powerful solution, you can streamline each stage of the supply cycle, ensuring maximum efficiency and customer satisfaction across all channels.
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Efficiently manage your product lifecycle with real-time data analysis, inventory control, and order fulfillment to meet current and future needs. This includes minimizing excess stock, maintaining adequate stock levels to improve service, and handling part management, BOM, inventory and cycle counts, label printing, warehouse control, inventory transactions, and delivery tracking with unlimited warehouses and bins.
Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
Optimize stock levels and meet time-to-market demands with accurate purchasing and production processes across all facilities. Automatically calculate required quantities based on various data sources, including forecasts, orders, safety stock, current stock, lead time, and WIP, and receive system recommendations to increase customer satisfaction.
Digitize the production process and gain complete control, visibility, and traceability over your processes, from materials issuance and work-in-progress management to finished goods reporting and subcontractor processes. Utilize smart IoT tools to capture accurate online data directly from the production floor to the system.
Engineering Change Orders
Efficiently manage engineering changes to parts and BOMs, document change details and dates, and control product implications for improved management of internal processes that affect the product lifespan. The ECO integrates part, and BOM revisions with engineering changes, tracking revisions affected by the change and work orders opened accordingly.