Do what you do best: Produce, Assemble, Create.
|To stay ahead of competition, manufacturers must rely on cutting-edge technology to drive innovation and revenues. Strong of 30 years of experience and special attention to manufacturers, ABIS put together the most comprehensive productivity tool and best-practices to help manufacturers achieve significant results.|
Automate your production
Optimize the Shop Floor
Automate manufacturing and assembly from start to finish, with clear visibility into each step of the process and full integration with Adjutant’s other modules.
List every part needed for assembly or fabrication, then allocate and track parts from inventory. With the push of a single button, automatically execute a route and schedules production tasks. When production is complete, the system creates a new manufactured item in inventory. It becomes a unique asset whose sales and service history can be tracked throughout its entire life cycle.
Efficiently schedule your shop floor and use all of your work centers to their most productive capacity.
Access up–to–date information on the current activity in your shop, including job details and the order work needs to be performed. Before committing to a schedule, quickly identify bottlenecks on the shop floor and compare the work needs against production capabilities. Always know the status of a job on the shop floor: including production status, cost variables and shipping schedules.
Maximize resource management
Cut down time-consuming tasks
Purchasing and production managers analyze current and future material and distribution requirements and enables more effective planning.
Analyze the existing stock status of all raw materials and finished goods. The Material Requirement Planning (MRP) screens can determine precisely when and how much material should be purchased or manufactured based on a time-phased analysis of sales orders, production orders, purchase orders, current inventory levels and forecasts.
Integrate directly with your roll formers’ controller, thus eliminating the need to manually enter each job.
Once the job is keyed in as an order, it seamlessly flows through production and to the machine. This not only greatly reduces labor costs, but also eliminates data entry errors that occur when having to enter a job more than once. The item number(s), lineal footage, scrap amount, time and date, and other pertinent information are automatically posted to the job tracking system.