It will help you to stay competitive, increase profits and improve customer service. Plus, Compass10 will help you to make more efficient purchasing decision so you can reduce stock levels of both finished goods and raw materials.
Compass10 APS looks at the availability of resources, as well as constraints such as tooling and materials. This means you can create an accurate plan so orders can be scheduled quickly. Furthermore, it can be manually altered to make changes based on the planners experience or new information.
Compass10 planning software will help you to generate accurate and consistent production plans. As well as help you create transfer plans for multi-site environments, as well as raw materials supply plans to help you balance supply and demand.
Master Production Schedule multi-level – MPS will help you to balance market demand based upon forecast data, customer orders and stock, with supply.
Integrated planning of materials & capacity – You’ll be able plan material requirements and supplier call-offs to the optimised finite capacity schedule. Which means you can minimise stock levels throughout the whole supply chain.
Multi-plant planning – You can plan complex supply chains, multi-plant production environments and distribution networks.
Compass10 Advanced Scheduling creates an optimised production schedule in seconds. And, it does this while following resource optimisation rules and constraints, such as: machine capacity, materials, skills, tools and warehouses availability.
The interactive, user friendly tools make it easy for you to compare different scenarios and rapidly make changes to optimise the schedule.
Multi-constraint scheduling – Even in the most complex environments, Compass10 quickly generates your production schedule. Plus, the multi-constraints finite capacity approach takes into account machines, materials, skills, tools and warehouses availability.
Dynamic sequencing – The advanced scheduling tool generates the optimum production schedule based on item characteristics and operation tools. As a result, you’ll have less changeover downtime to boost productivity.
Rhythm Wheel Production – The RWP approach can be enabled for Lean Manufacturing to create repetitive predefined patterns for each resource. This allows you to analyse future demand, machine productivity and item inventory, so you can work out production volumes and capacity use. As well as, seeing a learning curve due to predictable changeovers and therefore a reduction in manufacturing costs.
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