Synchrono, a leader in modern demand-driven manufacturing software, released its 2018 Top Ten Trends in Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing. Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturers are adopting a manufacturing system of record (MSOR) that stacks on top of their ERP to digitize, synchronize and visualize manufacturing operations and the supply chain.
Manufacturing System of Record (MSOR) curates data from multiple sources then serves it up in ways that help the manufacturer achieve goals that are meaningful to them such as predictive maintenance, reducing lead times and improving inventory flow. As a result, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) enables intelligent devices to spring up all over the shop floor.
The MSOR leverages the ERP system for its intended purpose – transactional data – but its core function is to drive end-to-end production flow. It leverages synchronization technology to align all elements needed to execute an order, utilizes constraints management to optimize the pace of production, collaborates with the extended supply chain to automate replenishment, and enables real-time, universal, enterprise-wide visibility.
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Synchrono (www.synchrono.com) demand-driven manufacturing software synchronizes complex manufacturing environments in real-time, to drive business results. For almost twenty years, Synchrono systems have helped discrete manufacturers, engineer-to-order manufacturers, and others manage constraints, improve flow and drive on-time production.
The award winning Synchrono offers five system components, including a planning, scheduling, and production management system and ekanban software for real-time inventory replenishment and supply chain collaboration. The Synchrono Platform has a unique a data collection, historian, and automated workflow engine along with an application that generates automatic alerts, escalation and action plans to minimize disruptions. Perhaps most importantly, this technology platform also includes a real-time visual factory information system.
Synchrono systems allow for the simultaneous exchange of data across systems and resources, the ability to respond to constraints and changes in demand as they occur, and to predict, pre-empt, and prioritize issues. The Platform components may be implemented independently or collectively to enable the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), providing an unprecedented foundation for communication, collaboration, and continuous improvement.
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