Manufacturing Industry engaged in MTO (Make To Order)
MTO or Manufacturing after receiving customer's orders means to start a pull-type supply chain operation. Manufacturing is initiated when demand is confirmed. Industry strategically focuses on the MTO Make-to-order process deal with a different set of challenges starting from building a custom bill of material, production planning, generating material requirement plan against each order, following customer specification and tracking the status of the customer sales order.
FusionFox manufacturing suite streamlines the MTO process and helps you build strong Customer relationships which are based on delivering the promise of quality, delivery, and meet customer requirements efficiently.
It is a proven fact that those who can satisfy due dates promised with customers and can shorten lead times will have a competitive advantage. FusionFox is the most capable solution available in the market and helps you build stronger customer relationships.
Enquiry Management, Quotation Submission, Sales Order, Order Processing, Delivery Planning and custom specifications management
Production orders are created based on the delivery schedule and you will be able to monitor the progress of individual production orders
Procurement, Inventory Management, Multi Warehousing, Site Inventory, Stock Transfers, Consumption and Stock Levels Monitoring
Accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, cash management, chart of accounts, financial statements and analytics
Design and Engineering
Management of the customer specification for the given product including accessories, drawings, designs documents, and input material grade
BOM & MRP
The sales order is translated with the help of the bill of material into a material requirement plan and material request is initiated automatically
Manage and optimize workforce allocation in the plant, sections, and machine. Analyze how much workforce cost is incurred and the size of output produced
Providing efficient job costing against the sales order including material, workforce, and overheads - without getting into detailed cost accounting.