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  • Create your own planning calendar
  • Align your Capacity and Production plan with the customer demand
  • Optimum utilization of your assets
  • Know the Material Requirements (Current and projected).
  • On line production performance reporting. It helps you to take quick action on performance issues
  • Ability to re-plan based on changing demands – responsive supply chain

Who can use this ….

    Any manufacturer doing

  • Metal work (Machined Parts)
  • Casting or Molding,
  • Sheetmetal work and Fabrication
  • Plastic molded parts
  • Chemical products (Continuous batch process)

    Typical Industries include (but not limited to)

  • Enterprises with Machine shops manufacturing various items as per client order
  • Enterprises with Press shop manufacturing multiple items from the set of the presses
  • Chemical units producing multiple items in a batches

Need - Capacity Planning & Production Plan

Capacity Planning

Capacity planning is the process of determining the production capacity needed by an organization to meet changing demands for its products. In the context of capacity planning, designed capacity is the maximum amount of work that an organization is capable of completing in a given period. Effective capacity is the maximum amount of work that an organization is capable of completing in a given period due to constraints such as quality problems, delays, material handling, etc.

Production Plan

Create a Production Plan so as to best utilize the Capacity and maximize the output is the Key to success of an Enterprise. A discrepancy between the capacity of an organization and the demands of its customers results in inefficiency, either in under-utilized resources or unfulfilled customers. The goal of capacity planning is to minimize this discrepancy. Demand for an organization's capacity varies based on changes in production output, such as increasing or decreasing the production quantity of an existing product, or producing new products. Better utilization of existing capacity can be accomplished through improvements in overall equipment effectiveness (OEE).


    Planning Engines

  • As Soon As Possible
  • As Late As Possible (JIT)

    Planning Mode

  • Automatic
  • Manual

    Material Movement

  • Continuous Flow
  • Shift to Shift Flow

    Demand Generation Thru

  • Monthly/Weekly Plan
  • Fixed Quantity-Duration Sales Orders


Demand Management

  • Sales Orders/Project
  • Monthly Production Plan

Capacity Balancing

  • Balancing Demand and Capacity
  • Provides insights over possible capacity bottlenecks
  • Create What-if scenarios of Demand and Capacity mapped over a timeframe.

Production Planning

  • Generate ASAP Plan
  • Generate JIT Plan
  • Move Size considerations
  • Setup Constraints
  • Batch size considerations
  • FG Accounting
  • WIP Accounting

Production Execution

  • Planned Vs Actual Production
  • Rejection Analysis and Down time capturing
  • Machine Breakdown Impact

Maintenance Management

  • Breakdown mitigation
  • Preventive Maintenance Plan


  • Machine Loading plan
  • Setup schedule
  • Raw Material Requirement schedule
  • Finished Goods Availability Schedule
  • Planned Vs Actual Utilization
  • Material Requirement
  • Breakdown Analysis
  • MTBF / MTTR / Failure Frequency
  • OEE

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