Check out our latest Opcenter Production Scheduling success story featuring Applied Composites, a global leader in the aerospace composites industry. In this case study, you’ll see the remarkable impact that an APS solution has on scheduling precision, resource optimization, and overall productivity.
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Dive into the details of how LSI collaborated with Koch Foods, Inc. to develop a production planning & scheduling solution that addressed limitations and improved operational efficiency by considering factors such as allergens, setup requirements, shift patterns, machine capacity, and material availability.
The latest release of the Opcenter Planning & Scheduling (APS) solution is here! Introducing: Opcenter APS 2304 from Siemens Digital Industries Software. Check out the latest release notes here.
With an integration of Advanced Planning & Scheduling (APS) & Manufacturing Execution System (MES) solutions, proper planning, execution, and operational visibility throughout the manufacturing process are optimized.
Opcenter 2210 is now available! Check out the latest release notes for details about new features & benefits, and schedule your upgrade today!
Opcenter APS 2204 is now available! If you are running v18.6 or below and are up-to-date on your annual maintenance, LSI can help you upgrade to the latest version! Have a look at the release notes.
Opcenter (Preactor) users must upgrade their APS Legacy Licenses prior to their End of Life in October 2022 to remain supported. Here is what that means for you…
The majority of ERP-bundled scheduling systems fall short when it comes to actual job sequencing. Why is that and what is the solution? We have the answer…
Join us for a special Opcenter APS (Preactor Advanced Planning & Scheduling) training webinar! In this session, LSI’s Greg Miller will show you how quickly & easily users are able to make necessary adjustments to the schedule when unexpected issues arise, by walking through common scheduling “What If’s?”
I am often asked for a brief explanation of why a manufacturing company would need an APS system, and over the years, I must admit that I have struggled with a simple explanation. Recently, however, I have concluded that there is a very simple way of doing this using one word: “connectivity.”