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.
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Opcenter 2210 is now available! Check out the latest release notes for details about new features & benefits, and schedule your upgrade today!
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…
People often ask us when they should use an advanced scheduling tool vs. a discrete-event simulation tool. Let us explain the difference
Machine breakdowns, staffing issues, missed vendor promises… We’ve all had plans go up in smoke due to some unplanned problem. See how Opcenter APS can help you respond quickly to adverse change and enable you to keep your customer promises in Siemens’ upcoming webinar featuring LSI’s own Hans Albright
The inescapable truth is that few, if any of us, were able to predict and plan for the Coronavirus scare, but none of us should have been surprised by the fact that the world is constantly changing.
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.
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.
Implementing an Advanced Planning & Scheduling (APS) system would be easy if you could just import data from your ERP system and use it to create a schedule. But unfortunately, that is rarely the case.