QOM allows to capture complex and mixed products. With product-related quick entries, costs are evaluated reproducibly. Both, manual entries and digital orders (such as EDI), can be processed. Pricing is role-based and transparent. Customer correspondence is automated. The production raises events in SCM, planning and tasks. Actual costing on an order level is integrated.
SCM is driven by order and stock requisitions. Inquiries and ordering are supported by several procurement methods. Bids and inquiries are quickly answered by vendors in online forms. Purchase orders can consist of combined products. Expected, received and delayed deliveries are directly visible in SCM and in Scheduling.
EJT is a shop floor application, used with tablets or browsers, providing all required information to the individual user, user group, or cost-center, in the scheduled chronological order of tasks. Production data collection (RDC) and warehouse bookings are integrated directly in the EJT. Real-time updates in Scheduling and the EJT guarantee cross-sector transparency.
Deliveries and call-offs are displayed in advance, so that goods leave in time, considering the freight plan. These movements generate a cost comparison, based on estimates, actual costs and revenue. Depending on the order type, the invoice can be automatically generated, or submitted later after collecting all costs. EDIFACT and GS1 are supported.