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Simplified Manufacturing and Billing Process

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 Simplified Manufacturing and Billing Process - IoT ONE Case Study
Technology Category
  • Functional Applications - Inventory Management Systems
Applicable Industries
  • Equipment & Machinery
Applicable Functions
  • Warehouse & Inventory Management
Use Cases
  • Inventory Management
  • System Integration
The Challenge

Unable to deliver the production quantity in the expected time by maintaining the scheduling parameters and level the capacity parameters too.

  1. The customer should place the sales order in the first plant
  2. The manufacturing of the products should be done in different plants (i.e. assembly of the product happens in the plant (first) and semi-finished products are produced in another plant (second)
  3. The demand from the first plant should come to the second plant, and it needs to be produced by them according to the requirement
  4. After manufacturing the semi-finished product, the products from the second plant stock should be shipped (stock transport order) to the assembly first plant for the assembling process
The Customer
About The Customer

The client is a Swedish manufacturer of outdoor power products including chainsaws, brush cutters, cultivators, garden tractors, mowers, and sewing machines. Headquartered in Stockholm, the group also produces consumer watering products, cutting equipment, and diamond tools for the construction and stone industries.

The Solution

Cygnet Infotech developed a customized Z report for trial balance with the help of SAP functional and technical consultants

  1. Computerization and data technology in the digital age elevated MRP into a vital production tool that offered several benefits to the manufacturer
  2. Inventory management was crucial to realize manufacturing efficiency
  3. MRP systems worked with data from the production schedule to determine the exact level and cost of inventory required to meet the demand
  4. MRP systems detected bottlenecks in the production line caused by scarcity or a reduction of material
Operational Impact
  • [Cost Reduction - Inventory Management]

    Slashed down and optimized the inventory costs within the production period

  • [Management Effectiveness - Real Time Information]

    Managers were able to use information to control hourly operations, equipment and labor tasks, and accurately predict labor time along with the operational costs

  • [Management Effectiveness - Internal Collaboration]

    Procurement managers configured MRPs to contact suppliers automatically when there was a need for a purchase

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