With MV2 Production, operators will work on and report against the right job at the right time. Errors are reduced or eliminated; notifications and alerts enable a manage by exception approach allowing visibility across the enterprise. A sequencing tool helps supervisors assess and manage daily dispatch lists. The results of their decisions are immediately broadcast to all operator work stations on the plant floor.
Among the issues faced by today’s discrete manufacturer, assembling an accurate production plan and deploying that to the shop floor efficiently usually compete for the top spot. As plans are created and released for production, MV2-Production will immediately publish it to every shop floor terminal. As new orders, quantity changes to existing orders, deletions, etc. are made in F&O, we automatically import those changes. Our sequencing tool allows Production personnel to make adjustments to dispatch lists on the fly. Anyone with access to the system (F&O or MV2- Production) can see the status of any order, any operation at any point in time. MV2-Production delivers powerful results within manufacturing environments. Better visibility, better execution, better performance of your business. Other MV2 modules include:
Inventory • Quality • Kanban • Attendance
A key factor to the success of any organization is having access to the right information at the time it is needed. In manufacturing environments, the traveler/shop packet contains mission critical data needed for the correct manufacture of the item. Our Shop Packets deliver BOM, Routing and limitless attachment capabilities deliver the right information to the right person at the right time. With MV2-Production, operators will work on the right job at the right time. • One dispatch list for all demand • Individuals/Crews use same data • Access to all supporting information • Errors are virtually eliminated • F&O is updated immediately • Notifications and alerts enable a manage by exception approach
“If you don’t have time to do it right the first time, when will you have time to do it over?” - John Wooden