Scheduling

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Automatically or manually Schedule, Manage and Optimize tasks and work orders with an Advanced Planning and Scheduling algorithm.

Optimize delivery times and production

 

Check the tasks that are on time, those that will be delayed if you do not act, and those that are delayed. In addition, you will have estimated completion times based on the real performance (OEE) of your processes.

 

Quickly schedule with only a few details, or more extensively, including all elements

 

Know the work load of each process and resource and detect bottlenecks.

Connect with your ERP

 

Leverage all your actual current and capabilities for planning, and take advantage of exclusive edinn features for management, control and optimization.

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DETAILS

Versatility: automatically or manually Schedule tasks and working orders considering different criteria with an Advanced Planning and Scheduling algorithm.

 

Share information: know the need of stock and resources according to the plan and things like replacement and expiration times and minimum stocks.

 

Direct vision: see the histogram of the needs of stock and resources in real time, while you manually re-schedule.

 

Display screen of the plan: employees can choose the next task from the schedule and will be able to see their progress compared to production targets.

 

Notifications: if you want you can receive a periodical email or notification and see, in real and historical time, the tasks that are on time, those that will be delayed if you do not act, and those that are delayed.

Coordination: indicate the resources and materials used, as well as the status in which each of the task and orders are. This is useful to monitor stock and material levels.

 

Real time connection to ERP: synchronize all the planning information with other systems (ERPs such as SAP, Peoplesoft, etc.) and/or machinery through standards.

 

Customize it for your business: create new fields of associated information with the results and orders.

 

Zero papers: access to electronic documentation or other applications linked to any element of the system: planning, machines, incidents, maintenance and procedures, quality, etc.