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Demand Planning & Enterprise Resource Planning

Benefits:

  • Better forecasting and increased flexibility to meet external consumer demands
  • Minimise the average volume of inventory required and the cost of storing excess inventory
  • Advance workplanning capabilities and respond more effectively to labour market demands.

STANDARDS

Document No.
ISO 18828-2:2016
TITLE
Industrial automation systems and integration — Standardized procedures for production systems engineering — Part 2: Reference process for seamless production planning
Why is it useful?
Provides a process model for companies to streamline their production planning.
Document No.
ISO 18828-3:2017
TITLE
Industrial automation systems and integration — Standardized procedures for production systems engineering — Part 3: Information flows in production planning processes
Why is it useful?
Provides a process model for companies to streamline their production planning.
Document No.
SS ISO 22400 - 1:2019
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
ISO 22400-1:2014
TITLE
Automation systems and integration - Key performance indicators (KPIs) for manufacturing operations management
Why is it useful?
Provides users with right information to monitor production performance by using commonly defined KPIs for comparison and effective decision making.
Document No.
SS ISO 22400 - 2:2019
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
ISO 22400-2:2014
TITLE
Automation systems and integration – Key performance indicators (KPIs) for manufacturing operations management – Part 2: Definitions and descriptions
Why is it useful?
Provides users with right information to monitor production performance by using commonly defined KPIs for comparison and effective decision making.
Document No.
TR ISO/TR 22400 - 10:2019
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
ISO/TR 22400-10:2018
TITLE
Automation systems and integration — Key performance indicators (KPIs) for manufacturing operations management - Part 10: Operational sequence description of data acquisition
Why is it useful?
Provides users with right information to monitor production performance by using commonly defined KPIs for comparison and effective decision making.
Document No.
SS IEC 62264 - 1:2019
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
IEC 62264-1:2013
TITLE
Enterprise-control system integration – Part 1 : Models and terminology
Why is it useful?
Increases uniformity and consistency in interface terminology, reduce risk, cost and errors associated with implementing new product offerings and identify if solutions providers offering ERP and/or MES solutions adhere to the standard to ensure smooth integration.
Document No.
SS IEC 62264 - 2:2019
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
IEC 62264-2:2013
TITLE
Enterprise-control system integration – Part 2 : Objects and attributes for enterprise-control system integration
Why is it useful?
Increases uniformity and consistency in interface terminology, reduce risk, cost and errors associated with implementing new product offerings and identify if solutions providers offering ERP and/or MES solutions adhere to the standard to ensure smooth integration.
Document No.
SS IEC 62264 - 3:2019
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
IEC 62264-3:2016
TITLE
Enterprise-control system integration – Part 3: Activity models of manufacturing operations management
Why is it useful?
Increases uniformity and consistency in interface terminology, reduce risk, cost and errors associated with implementing new product offerings and identify if solutions providers offering ERP and/or MES solutions adhere to the standard to ensure smooth integration.
Document No.
SS IEC 62264 - 4:2019
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
IEC 62264-4:2015
TITLE
Enterprise-control system integration – Part 4: Object model attributes for manufacturing operations management integration
Why is it useful?
Increases uniformity and consistency in interface terminology, reduce risk, cost and errors associated with implementing new product offerings and identify if solutions providers offering ERP and/or MES solutions adhere to the standard to ensure smooth integration.
Document No.
SS IEC 62264 - 5:2019
IDENTICAL ADOPTION OF
IEC 62264-5:2016
TITLE
Enterprise-control system integration – Part 5: Business to manufacturing transactions
Why is it useful?
Increases uniformity and consistency in interface terminology, reduce risk, cost and errors associated with implementing new product offerings and identify if solutions providers offering ERP and/or MES solutions adhere to the standard to ensure smooth integration.
Document No.
IEC 62264-6:2020
TITLE
Enterprise-control system integration - Part 6: Messaging service model
Why is it useful?
Increases uniformity and consistency in interface terminology, reduce risk, cost and errors associated with implementing new product offerings and identify if solutions providers offering ERP and/or MES solutions adhere to the standard to ensure smooth integration.