Two sets of parameters are crucial in production scheduling and management: the technological and price constraints of production resources and optimization targets, which serve as the key to the most efficient product order sequencing.
Production Scheduling provides a detailed account of production constraints for various industries and enables you to opt for the most efficient production schedules.
Production Scheduling is successfully applied in the following industries: automotive, machine engineering, metallurgy, electronics, food and beverage, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, production of plastic and packing.
Typical business situations modeled by Production Scheduling:
- Detect bottlenecks and build the production process chain in accordance with the production speed
- Creation of feasible production schedules, that meet goals and take into account constraints
- Optimal sequencing of production order performance on technological equipment, based on constraints and optimization rules
- Schedule work orders
- Calculation of production schedules
- Dynamic rescheduling
- Estimate of production deviations
- Analysis of production capacities’ loading
- Analysis of orders that are not delivered on time
- What-if scenarios
- Creation of various production strategies
- Manual adjustment and approval of the schedule by schedulers
- Analysis of key performance indicators