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ERP Case study for OEM electrical manufacturing industry.
Manufacturing as per
contract of original equipment manufacturer. Make to order.
Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) supply or Making as per the customer order
(make to order).
Unlike FMCG products, here all activities such as production, purchase,
sales is linked to the customer's purchase order (sales order). ERP
is deployed successfully in many such engineering
companies. Here is a success story of a company that is a leader in
manufacturing high quality motors and alternators for electrical
At the same time ERP can take both kinds of automation – standard
products as well as customized products manufacturing company.
Smoother and faster process flow
Decentralization of task & decision
Increased transparency and better control
Protection/ Security of data
Wastage, scrap, rejection
Integration of all departments
Productivity through elimination of duplication
Inventory of raw materials
HOW ERP CAN ADDRESS
pre-sales and sales module helps managing marketing activities by
capturing sales enquiry, preparing quotation, sales order, sales
schedule, sales invoice, etc.
By using the following ERP modules above
challenges are met:
Accounts module – General Ledger Accounts
VAT / Sales Tax module
Inventory Management module
Purchase & Pre-purchase module
MRP - Material Requirement Planning module / Supply
Chain Management (SCM)
ISO 9000 – Quality check module
BOM – Bill of Materials module
Production module (Assembly Production and Process
Automatic email alerts module
Sub-contractor IN module.
Cost sheet module – preparing estimate
Order Fulfillment module – Sales Accounting - (Shipping)
CRM module (Customer relationship management) and
Master and Process Master are linked
to Work order. The Production Planning module is linked to sales order
and Bill of Material master. User is able to track stage-wise
work order will be prepared then the user (from production section) will
do the daily planning according to machines that are available to him
and according to work order quantity and the process that has to be
work order number for which the planning is to be done.
When you select the work order number, item code and work order
quantity gets defaulted automatically.
Then select machine name for the respective process that has to
process drop down the process defined in the work order which are
required will get defaulted. The user has to select process one by one
and then define its plan quantity and shift and click on add button.
In Production entry, user can enter the time required for manufacturing
a given item i.e. start time & end time.
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