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Manufacturing Systems and Software

Q. Are you a manufacturer?
Q. Are you looking for an integrated Accounting and Manufacturing system?
Q. Are you ready to see a demo?

If you answered YES then you must take note of the following important information.

What you need to know about Manufacturing Software:

  1. Not all Manufacturing Software is created equal. It is often said that many software packages are a mile wide and an inch deep.
  2. Not all Manufacturing Software modules are made by the same company. They often bolt together disparate packages.
  3. Not all Manufacturing Software is integrated with Distribution and Financials. Other systems will leave you doing double entry.

Edgeware’s ERP Solution Integrates all aspects of the Manufacturing Process

Edgeware’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solution supports the control, integration and synchronization of all aspects of the manufacturing process and accommodates both short and long production runs in the following manufacturing environments:

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Job Shop Manufacturing

Process Manufacturing

Discrete Manufacturing

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Mixed-Mode Manufacturing

Make-to-Order 

Make-to-Stock

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Configure-to-Order

Assemble-to-Order 

Engineer-to-Stock

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Manufacturers need to be agile, flexible, and responsive. Manufacturing software deployed to manage the various processes must allow for synchronization and integration of manufacturing techniques. Whether manufacturing to order, to stock, using discrete or process methods, Edgeware provides a full set of tools to help you plan, record, track, and control your output. We ensure visibility throughout the manufacturing supply chain as well as integration with other systems in the production environment.

Edgeware’s manufacturing software improves core competencies such as:

Keeping your finished goods inventory to an absolute minimum. This assists in decision-making: what to manufacture, with what resources, when, where, and in what sequence.
Ensuring the integrity of cost and profit calculation for bid processes. On confirmation of a quote, Edgeware’s ERP solution provides the capability to automatically raise all supply actions related to fulfilling the customer order. The Product Configurator facilitates seamless rules-based order processing for assemble, configure and make-to-order products.
Enables the definition of simple single-level bills through to complex formulations with multiple units of measure and relationship definitions.
Ensures accurate calculation of lead times and dynamic elapsed times, and assists in the optimization of production order quantities. Engineering Change Control (ECC) facilitates the efficient management of changes to product versions.
Efficient management and execution of re-scheduling activities when business priorities and plans change. Planning features include forecasting, master planning, material requirements planning and capacity planning. Scheduling functionality extends from single-constraint scheduling to multi-constraint scheduling and sequencing.
Material and labor consumed in production may be back flushed, or, for longer production runs, issued as consumed to work in progress. Work-in-progress inspection functionality enables a product to be receipted against multiple items if grades of the final product vary.
Tracks actual versus estimated labor hours. Facilitates material usage and scrap.
Our integration framework enables version-independent integration to CAD and shop-floor data collection systems.
Enables the capture, tracking and analyzing of job and product costs, and profitability in real-time. Provides expected versus actual costs for material and scrap, internal and external labor, fixed and overhead costs per job, or group of jobs. R&D job data is easily extracted for regulatory reporting requirements.
Provides extensive costing control and tracking, including the facility to model the effects of what-if material, labor and manufacturing route costs. Evaluate job cost performance, margin analysis and pricing with full visibility to product cost details and profit margins, including for co- and by-products.