Plan your production

Sofrware for planning production and operations
In whatever sector the company operates, it will be difficult for a business to move forward without a clear plan of operations. The planning process considers all the details of production, effectively allocates resources, takes a fresh look at labor productivity, and, as a result, increases the competitiveness of the company.

For better description, let’s take a look into the process. For instance, a company plans to produce 100 products of 10 types per month. The duties of a planner are to calculate all items of the processes associated with the implementation of this task: from the preparation of raw materials for production, loading capacities, to transportation within the workshop and delivery to a client. Planning includes many nuances, such as the order of operations to make goods, synchronization of operations and so on. Based on this data, a production chain is built and a plan is formed.

In practice, the planning process covers a wider range of products and a more complex sequence of operations for manufacturing goods. Increasing the efficiency of management of the planning process helps to reduce the overall production time, as well as increase production volumes. By achieving these goals, you can reduce the fixed costs of production and reduce the number of defects.

There are many digital systems that help professionals manage the planning process. The simplest programs help to present the production process in the form of a Gantt chart, where individual operations are arranged in chronological order. In this case, the detailed setting of how the load is distributed among the sections remains with the person. More advanced systems based on artificial intelligence can already replace some of the manual operations.

With small production volumes, a company can efficiently perform without large investments but at first do good homework. The key problem of low efficiency is often old labor time parameters or underutilization of production capacity. So that the audit of these processes helps to identify weaknesses and eliminate them.