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Production Software Amman, Manufacturing Software Amman, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Jordan, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait

GTS One Software® manufacturing and production management software offers easy-to-use production management capabilities designed to meet the needs of progressive make to order and mixed mode manufacturing companies. GTS One understands that many manufacturers are complex businesses that defy categorization, often making complex products alongside more straightforward repetitive ones. They require exceptionally flexible and versatile software in order to accommodate combinations of make to order (MTO), configure to order (CTO), engineer to order (ETO), and make to stock (MTS).

Production Management Software Amman, Jordan

GTS One offers the easy-to-use Manufacturingproduction management capabilities which aid in the application of all your management principles to the production function in Amman, Egypt, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Mauritius and Saudi Arabia.

The production management module has many features like :


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  • Specify multiple levels of assembly, each consisting of multiple components (i.e. sub-assemblies, raw materials, non-stock items).
  • Record phantom sub-assemblies (i.e. assemblies which are not actually held in stock).
  • Identify each component in an assembly by a sequence number.
  • Include components that are not stored as inventory items (for example, items purchased specially for production).
  • Include notes and instructions (comments) in the bill of material.
  • Record labour and overheads.
  • Record stage lead time, production stages, scrap and reject details and percentage weight-by-weight formulations.
  • Hold separate units of measure for stocking and issuing components.
  • Note the stage in days at which each component is needed in the manufacture of the assembly.
  • Record the drawing number for reference by engineering control.
  • Include text, notes and instructions for each component.
  • Record revision numbers and dates when changes are made to an assembly.

Family bill of materials (also known as Planning bills or Synthetics)

  • Use a generic product (or reference model) to build a family of products for planning and forecasting.
  • Define the proportion of alternative products that make up the generic product.

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Alternatives and Super Sessions

  • Specify alternative components to be used if a specific component is unavailable.
  • Supersede one component with another.

Maintain Bill of Materials

  • Automatically calculate the weight of each assembly.
  • Perform full parts explosion and make where-used enquiries.
  • Carry out parts substitution, automatically updating components in multiple assemblies and updating details of alternatives and supersessions.

Trial Kitting

  • Perform an instant trial kitting enquiry to establish stock availability for a specified number of assemblies and show maximum feasible production quantity.
  • Use trial kitting to explode an assembly to any level and to show alternatives and additional product information.
  • Enquire into predicted future stock levels from trial kitting.

Costs and Revaluation

  • Revalue stock items.
  • Compare rolled-up estimated production costs with costs stored in the Inventory Control module.
  • Optionally, include the cost of rejects in the total production costs for each complete assembly.

Standard Reports

  • Indented Explosions Report. List all items in a bill, expanding sub-assemblies.
  • Costed Bill of Materials Report. Calculate rolled-up production costs.
  • Where Used Report. List all places where a specified component or range of components are used.
  • Standard Cost Variances. List variances between the calculated and standard costs.
  • Costed Losses Report. Produce a rolled-up costed losses analysis showing the cost of manufacturing, scrap and rejects.
  • Remove all components that have been superseded prior to a specified cut-off date.