The latest version of Siemens Opcenter (formerly Preactor) Advanced Planning & Scheduling has been released with version 18! Here’s what you’ll gain with your upgrade
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When our clients are successful, we are successful, and here is the proof! Dan Hahn & Chris Brewer brought home 2 awards at the Siemens Digital Industries Software Partner Conference for LSI being recognized once again as Siemens’ top implementation partner in Opcenter (Preactor) Planning & Scheduling sales
This video demonstrates the Preferred Sequencing Rule withing Opcenter (formerly Preactor) Advanced Scheduling. The Preferred Sequence rule is an event-based sequencing rule that attempts to maximize utilization of resource capacity while also grouping together similar operations according to a hierarchy of attributes.
If you’re still on the old license platform, it’s important that you reach out to us for the license upgrade before October 2020! If you do not make the change before that time, you will no longer be eligible for maintenance and support.
It can be frustrating to have multiple business applications that operate independently of one another. The lack of unity and communication can cause headache after headache when, in reality, your processes are intertwined. We can help!
We are excited to announce the latest version of Preactor APS has been released! Version 17.2 features improvements to Advanced Planning, material pegging and Gantt interaction.
How time buckets limit ERP’s ability to do resource planning
Despite the fact that many Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) systems fail miserably, manufacturers are starting to understand that this exciting technology is starting to deliver phenomenal results. It appears that those who successfully implement APS go on to reap exceptional rewards and dominate their competition.
I would imagine that many readers of this article have been through the acquisition and implementation of one or more ERP systems. ERP vendors will confidently assert that their system will do anything and everything except maybe, make the coffee.
Why ERP planning negates LEAN when managing increased levels of CHANGE