SAP Business One and BEAS Solution for Discrete Manufacturing Industry
All manufacturers are facing pressures in today’s economy. They are challenged to achieve profitable growth, survive margin pressure, become more flexible, exceed customer demands and manage an ever-expanding supply chain. SAP Business One and BEAS for Manufactory Industry serves as the backbone of the business to give visibility into operations, empower everyone in the organization, and provide efficiency in your process.
The powerful combination of SAP Business One and Beas results in the ultimate solution for managing and controlling manufacturers' workflows, processes and cost accounting. This includes specific approaches and functions for materials management (order and stock-related production, mixed and variant production) as well as functionality for production planning and the generation of manufacturing orders.
Now, to meet these challenges and demands, manufacturers need a business partner that understands the complexities of their industry – with tailored solutions, implemented quickly, by local industry experts with a proven methodology.
Seidor has experience within a number of manufacturing verticals, including automotive, aerospace & defense, metal processing, medical devices, high-tech & electronics and plastics & plastic injection molding manufacturing. We have many customers just in manufacturing that run this software, and there are over 50,000 companies worldwide that run SAP Business One.
Whether you operate out of a single manufacturing facility; have a headquarters here in the US with manufacturing overseas; or are a local subsidiary/manufacturing operation for a large corporation – SAP Business One is a fit.
What can SAP Business One and BEAS do for your Manufacturing Business?
If you are investing in an ERP solution, you want to choose an application with best practices for your industry built into it, without adding additional cost and implementation effort.
Register now and download this SAP Business One and Beas Demo for insights into how this ERP Solution can help to optimize Discrete Manufacturing process through: quoting, estimating, & rules-based Product Configuration, multilevel material requirements planning and advanced planning & scheduling (APS), and more.
The session answers 6 questions through a quick demonstration:
- Engineering (Version Control and CAD integration): How can I import BOMs from a CAD software and control the releases of new item versions?
- Sales (Delivery Date): How can I calculate the date in which I will be able to deliver a product to my customer?
- Production Planning (MRP II): How can I estimate the occupation of the factory considering sales forecasts for the whole year?
- Production Planning (APS): How can I schedule daily production in an effective way, considering material and resources availabilities?
- Production Execution (Terminals and PLC data capture): How can I track the work done on the shop floor?
- Industrial Maintenance (Preventive, Predictive, and Corrective Maintenance): How can I control the maintenance of the production resources?