Priority voor Productiebedrijven

Productie ERP-software

Priority's ERP-productiesoftware stimuleert digitale transformatie voor slimme en wendbare productieactiviteiten, aangepast voor Industrie 4.0.

De Priority productiemodules geven bedrijven een totaalbeeld van hun productieprocessen, zodat ze kunnen optimaliseren, efficiënter kunnen produceren en meer analyses kunnen uitvoeren. Dit is belangrijk om de steeds veranderende eisen van de industrie bij te kunnen houden, de klantloyaliteit te versterken en het bedrijfsresultaat te verbeteren.

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Software voor productiebedrijven

 

Priority is speciaal ontworpen voor productiebedrijven en levert complete, cloud-gebaseerde ERP-software. Deze software biedt waardevolle bedrijfsinzichten, een 360° real-time overzicht van de productiefaciliteit en mogelijkheden voor het verbeteren van processen. Dit allemaal met behulp van rapporten en analyses om de activiteiten te optimaliseren, de zichtbaarheid te verbeteren en inefficiënties te verwijderen. Profiteer van systeemflexibiliteit, met snellere reacties op veranderende marktomstandigheden, en aanzienlijk lagere kosten door een striktere controle van materialen, machines en werkuren.

De gestroomlijnde productieprocessen van Priority leiden tot meer onderbouwde besluitvorming. De geautomatiseerde processen van de ERP-productiesoftware zijn gebouwd op één enkel platform en zorgen voor een naadloze en onmiddellijke synchronisatie, waardoor vertragingen en fouten worden voorkomen. Met de geavanceerde planning- en controlemogelijkheden van Priority kunnen producenten complexe en cruciale SCM-processen eenvoudig beheren.

Priority ondersteunt de volgende revolutie in digitaal productiebeheer, waaronder IoT, AI en geavanceerde robotica, met een speciale REST API en een grote verscheidenheid aan innovatieve tools. Het resultaat? Een superflexibel ERP voor productiebedrijven dat krachtige integraties, verhoogde productiviteit en winstgevendheid oplevert.

Priority geeft productiebedrijven een concurrentievoordeel

 

 

  • Een volledig overzicht van de productielijnen
  • Betere wendbaarheid/reactietijden
  • Naadloze workflow-synchronisatie
  • Real-time meldingen in elke productiefase
  • Vereenvoudig al uw complexe processen

Belangrijke functionaliteiten

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Material Requirements Planning (MRP)

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Product Data Management (PDM)

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ECO Management & Revision Control

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Multi-Division Planning

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Manufacturing Execution System (MES)

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Quality Control & Assurance (QC/QA)

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Serial, Lot Tracking & Traceability

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Inventory Control

Voorraadbeheer en -controle vormen de hoeksteen van elke succesvolle productieproces. Ze sturen uw werkvloer, ondersteunen de verwerking van grondstoffen en helpen uw inkomsten te verhogen. Behoud optimale voorraadniveaus met real-time voorraadanalyse, bespaar tijd en middelen, verbeter serviceniveaus om te voldoen aan huidige en toekomstige productiebehoeften, en beheer tracking en traceerbaarheid, met strakke controle op voorraadaanvulling.

Productiebedrijven ERP – FAQs

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is the process of integrating and delivering data and managing operations on a company-wide scale. In manufacturing, ERP is a dedicated software solution used to plan, manage, automate, operate, support, and report on operational business and production processes. To support the entire manufacturing process, a modern ERP seamlessly combines multiple operational business modules that manages and integrates a company's financials, supply chain, operations, commerce, reporting, manufacturing, human resources, and many more. Simply put, dedicated ERP solutions for manufacturers power the entire production process, from the shop floor, to the customer’s door, giving organizations a holistic view of their production facility, so they can run leaner, strengthen customer loyalty, and increase their overall efficiency, and productivity.

ERP for manufacturing provides improved control over components inventory, more accurate demand-planning, streamlined production scheduling, and more effective coordination of distribution channels. This, in turn, enables companies to improve product quality, meet delivery schedules, and save on time, resources, and costs, as businesses will spend less time on individual resources and workforce. In the manufacturing sector, an ERP system takes the role of a middle man. It can be the defining factor in detecting what doesn’t work for a business, and what does. ERP operations manage all aspects of the manufacturing business - from automation of daily processes to on-ground inventory management, fewer overall costs, and more effective production planning.

ERP software works by decreasing the number of resources required to run the business optimally, however, still ensuring profitability, and overall business improvement. An ERP system is different from a single application because it allows other enterprise modules of your company to work from a single, shared database. For the most part, ERP software depends on the kind of business it has been designed for.
However, all types of ERP software have an integrated data structure, whereby any changes within the manufacturing and/or supply chain will notify other departments, and individual users. This helps keep businesses in check, and in line, with real-time data insights to make more informed business decisions. Moreover, any collected data keeps the workflow going, and things running. ERP software also manages regular updates, where the goal is to have an automated flow of information, easily accessible by everyone in the company, and to power operational business processes without interruptions or delays.

Read our blog on What's an ERP to learn more.

There are several types of ERP software solutions for manufacturing businesses, as follows:
 

  • On-premises ERP. This type of ERP software runs on in-house servers located somewhere within the manufacturing facility, or at other locations managed by your company. An on-premise ERP solution offers the security and control of using your own IT infrastructure to connect your employees, processes, and systems, and require physical implementation to make system changes or upgrades. The risks of using an on-premise ERP include extensive IT budgets and system upkeep costs, difficulties in maintaining compliance, and disengaging your workforce, many of whom are or will continue to work remotely. See here the main differences
  • Cloud-based ERP. This type of software runs exclusively online. Cloud ERP provides users with continuous support, updates, customization, and additional training. Moreover, the option tends to be less expensive, and less prone to system bottlenecks and downtime. However, cloud ERP is at risk of malware exposure.
  • Hybrid ERP. A combination of on-premise and cloud-based ERP software systems, and entirely customizable. Depending on the business, these can include multiple hosting and physical hardware sites.

Yes and no. The great thing about using an ERP system is its customizability. Some features are only intended for different-size corporations, and all vary in cost.

  • Small businesses. Small manufacturing businesses don’t have the need for mogul company ERP packages. The ability to scale, integrate, and transfer information is simpler on a smaller scale. Having one base system through a cloud-based ERP will generally work best.
  • Medium businesses. For manufacturing companies growing in size, integrating specialized workflow and scaling modules, is necessary. Medium-sized businesses with more capital are advised to invest in on-premise ERP software. This is due to both regulatory and legal policies. Depending on the policy, these can often prohibit extensive data storage on a single device.
  • Corporations. For large businesses and corporations, ERP software is a must. It’s best integrated within the company and then upgraded, as and when needed. Hybrid and on-premise ERP offer far better business management and control. If ERP software has not yet been implemented, a hybrid system is recommended, as it ensures continuous scaling, seamless data transfer, and a steady workflow.

Most manufacturing companies require the assistance of an ERP system. This is due to the nature of the business. Manual operation management, unfortunately, delivers inefficient results. The ideal ERP candidates include manufacturing businesses facing various pain points, such as a halt in production, slow or inefficient processes, lack of growth, and little or no security checks. For a seamless experience, aim at promoting growth first. This will prevent you from having to overhaul a broken or fragmented system later on.

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