Manufacturing ERP SoftwareERP for the Manufacturing Industry: More control over your manufacturing operations
What is a Manufacturing ERP Software?
Benefits of a Manufacturing ERP Software
ERP simplicity designed for your business:
- Simple Integration – Manufacturers face a number of challenges, and Epicor ERP software can be deployed strategically to mitigate any additional stress that your manufacturing business might have during the integration. We also ensure that your ERP system is tailored to your business so that you get the most out of your software.
- Optimized Production Planning – Production processes can be streamlined and wholelistically managed within Epicor ERP when manufacturers analyze data, identify costs, manage schedules, and track time and production needed to complete steps in the process.
- Improved Tracking – Epicor ERP for the manufacturing industry tracks resources and statuses, including materials used, production capacity, and maintenance tasks (which helps you prove compliance during audits).
- Scalable Business – Organized and accessible customer management information.
- Increased Efficiency – Provides access to employees through one interface that houses multiple modules catered to their specific department. Your production team will have the tools they need to create superior scheduling, adjustments in production, and simplified job releases.
Implementation of Manufacturing ERP Software
Our implementation team works with you to provide a seamless integration with your company’s current processes, ensuring a smooth adoption into your business model. You will work with our certified ERP consultants who will guide you through your transition to Epicor ERP for the manufacturing industry.
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Features of Epicor ERP for the Manufacturing Industry
– Material planning and costing
– Labor planning and costing
– Shop-floor management
– Plant maintenance
– Contract Management
– Progress / Milestone Billing
– Work Breakdown Structure
– Delayed Revenue
– Quality documentation
– Process management
– Product data management
– Preventative management
– Audit management
Supply Chain Management:
– Vendor contract management
– Warehouse management
– Human Resource Management