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After understanding the challenges of Sales force team and shop floor professionals in areas of Production Planning, Material Planning, Capacity Planning and poor or no analysis of data, we have developed a product called  i.e.Sales and Operation Planning Pro that support 5 different manufacturing industry practices i.e.:
MTS -Make to Stock environment
MTO -Make to Order environment
ATO -Assemble to Order environment
ETO -Engineer to Order environment and
Project -Project industry.

It consists world class features that gives the organization a leading edge and still suits their budget. The USP of S&OP Pro. are S&D module, Purchasing Management, Advance Pricing, Inventory Management, MPS (Master Production Scheduling i.e. Production Planning), MRP (Material Requirement Planning), RCCP (Rough cut Capacity Planning), Product Costing, and integration of this application with Business Intelligence tool to analyze the data to take quick decisions. This application is mainly designed for discrete manufacturing industries with the following features.

Sales & Distribution

After seeing the variety in demand globally, this module is designed to offer the following to the organization. This module is integrated with Production Planning (Master Production Scheduling).

Place to enter demand in the form of Firm Demand (Sales Orders),
Forecast Demand (At SKU and Customer level), and Customer Schedules at SKU level
Confirm Shipment – One to One, One to Many and Many to Many relationships
Invoicing – One shipment to one invoice, Many Shipments to one invoice.
Dealing in Foreign and Domestic currencies.
Integration of Invoices to AR (Accounts Receivable) with any local financial system like Tally.

Purchasing Management

This module consists the following with an integration to Production Planning and Material Requirement Planning.

Place to enter Purchase Requisitions (PR).
Convert PR to Purchase Orders (PO).
Place to enter PO’s
GRN against Open PO’s
Integration of GRN to AP (Accounts Payable) with any local financial system like Tally.

Advanced Pricing

After understanding the global challenges in government policy change at country level, demand from sales to provide seasonal discounts, different additional charges at line items, we have come up with a feature where organization can define pricing at two levels i.e. Material Sales Price at Plant Level and/or customer/supplier pricing at material level. This option allows user to define pricing at each material level with the following schema.

Slab pricing (e.g. 1 to 500 what should be base price, 501-9999999 base price?) For each slab at material level, system allows to add, n no. of additional charges, discounts and taxes. In short at Sales Order and Purchase Order level, you are attaching a pricing schema that is applicable to that line item only.

Inventory Management

This module is providing best of the best features that were studied at global level. System is offering you to maintain the inventories at 4 different stocking types i.e. Blocked Stock, QC Stock, Released Stock and finally Rejected Stock. You can maintain the stock at 5 different organization level i.e. at Company Level, Plant Level, Location Level, Aisle level and BINs level. The salient features of inventory management are:

Inventory Adjustments
Inventory Transfers
Inventory Reclassifications
Integration of inventory module with GL (general ledger) with any local financial system like Tally.

Product Costing

This module is developed by keeping a global concept in mind “We need to be approximately correct rather than precisely wrong”. Product costing is a unique feature that allows you to simulate the cost using three different areas i.e.

RM level (Raw Material level from Standard BOM-Bills of Material)
Operation cost from Product Routing level and
Overhead cost at each SKU level.
Product costing is allowing organization to simulate the cost as many times as they want and finally freezing the cost at SKU and WIP levels at Material Plant level till the next revision. It allow users to simulate the cost, review the Cost Card after simulating cost and performing an estimation for a batch size of a material.

MPS-Master Production Scheduling (Production Planning)

This module allow you to do the production planning with variety of options like:

ROP (Re order level) based production planning
Consumption based (ROP with dynamic Safety stock and demand during lead time) production planning.
Master Production Scheduling keeping Firm/Scheduled demand in mind and even the Forecast demand with an option of consuming forecast with Firm Demand to avoid excess production of material.
All the above options are linked tightly with Minimum batch size, Maximum batch size, Multiple Order quantity, Safety Stock and DDLT (Demand during lead time). The system is equipped to generate MPS for all the materials at respective plant level as well as selective materials at specific plant level.

Material Requirement Planning (MRP)

This module is allowing you to calculate the Material Requirements based on MPS with a close consideration of Independent Forecast at Raw material level.

MPS/MRP Workbench

This area is exclusively designed for production and procurement planners to review the proposals of last MPS and MRP generation to convert the proposals into Production Orders and Purchase Orders. This workbench allows the planners to review the proposals based on exception messages like:

Lead Time violation.
Expedite/D-expedite Material
PTF (Planning Time Fence) / DTF (Demand Time Fence) violations

BI (Business Intelligence Tool)

It has been observed that organizations are spending enormous amount in implementing ERP’s and when it comes to analyse the data, they need to invest in another BI licensing and implementation cost. 3SIS has come up with a strategy to combine the BI development with S&OP Pro to give an additional mileage to organization to be on their own from the day one using S&OP Pro. A few but not limited templates that are provided for analyzing the business through BI tool with S&OP Pro as a bundle are:

Analysis of Daily Sales Orders
Historical sales analysis at SKU, Customer and Employee level to help the organization to develop their sales plan for future.
Sales Trend Analysis.
Consumption analysis i.e. actual consumption of resources against standards.
TOP n contributors
Last 3 years of Sales Trend.
Customer service level i.e. what customer has asked for and what we have delivered in terms of quantity and delivery dates.
Acquisition of new customers and many more.
Stock Aging

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