KIM for Manufacturing gives you the real-time control over the production planning, production follow-up or documents and optimises the flows and stocks of raw materials, semi-finished and finished goods through different stages of production. It intelligently combines mobility, digital labelling and full functionality from MES (Manufacturing Execution System), MRP (Material Resource Planner) and production-oriented WMS (warehouse management systems).
Implementing KIM allows transparent tracking of production and warehousing operations and supervises in real time the actual usage of personnel, equipment and materials.
Tracks raw material ordering, reception, storage and consumption through PO, GRNs, inventories.
Material request forms and confirms their movement with actual mobile scans.
Creates or imports the recipes for finished/semi-finished goods consisting of operations and materials.
Creates the production orders based on stored production recipes.
Follow-up of production orders progress, ensuring via mobile scans of materials, equipment and operators that the production order flow of operations is respected and followed precisely.
May import and export data to/from ERPs.
It may import POs (purchase orders) from connected systems, useful when orders are subleased.
Plan customer orders, machines, operators and operations in a timely and spatial manner in order to ensure efficient usage of resources.
Purchasing Orders (POs) and GRNs (Goods Received Notes)
Quality and conformity control
Management of scrap and recovered raw materials
Production Order progress
Follow semi-finished and finished goods through different stages of production
Trace raw material consumption
Connect with third-party systems
Flows and inventory of raw materials optimization
Human Resources timesheet
Real-time monitor the usage of personnel, equipment and materials
Smart reuse of groups of operations or materials to ensure fast data-entry
Documents quantitative inventories in the field
Documents nonconforming materials that may result along the production chain