The production is going to get even easier with the data-capture material management function, which also runs via the portal. “Inventory transparency is one of the goals,” Andersen says.
With the help of data capture for time and material use registration, we’ll be able to measure profit per item, order, customer, and so on. This makes it possible for us to stay ahead of things, and that is critical, he adds.
The IT project leader admits that it is difficult to get things running optimally in a large conversion project such as this – both for the organization and the vendor.
He looks forward to a full return on investment, and expects to optimize inventory via warehouse management stocks and locations. This can reduce liquidity constraints in the inventory, and, consequentially, the risk involved. In Bramming, BPI got an IT solution that, not only runs as expected, but delivers great value every single day.