Distribution centers, having a heavy and poignant role in customer on-time delivery and satisfaction, need the best systems and software to process materials' high throughput requirements.
Warehouse Management Systems SlottingWhy do you see inventory items in a store on the end-caps or strategic locations on shelves? Why does it cost suppliers more discount allowances to the store for those items to be located on an end-cap instead of the middle of the shopping aisle? They are visible, quickly picked up, and are more likely the buyer will purchase them. So give your customers what they want, faster and more efficiently.
The U.S. offers some valuable R&D tax incentives, however, if you are not taking advantage of them, you are not getting the money available.
WIP and ERP Tax Benefits has its roots in Research and Development (R&D) tax credits for manufacturing organizations. Tapping into extended advantages of ERP’s Work In Process (WIP) application. Most teams see producing products for sale to be the sole purpose of WIP. Here is how your company, by extending the use of WIP can add value to the ROI of ERP.
WIP base functionality is Bill of Materials (BOM) execution. In this case, WIP jobs are created using BOMs, which contains Labor, and Sub-Contract Operations, and components, or materials. These lists, sequenced parts, and labor steps constitute the sum of costs and time to produce a given product. We can also say, they impact your organization, taking into account capacities to produce.
Cloud ERP Revolution has officially arrived on the manufacturing shores of the USA; the ERP Revolution is here. This was the message from Santa Clarita Consultants, a provider of cloud business management platforms and enterprise application suites when they recently announced its intentions to enhance the ERP market in the USA.
Scientific systems exist today to help manage both sides of the equation; demand and supply, build versus buy, etc. Let’s start with basic inventory management and keeping stock levels accurate.
Here is where we go to Inventory Optimization, Forecasting and Families and Groupings systems. Why were they developed and how do they work? Why do they exist?