Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software allows you to effectively manage your resources. Processes are run through a single central system for a complete overview of your planning, inventory management, sales, finance, and people management processes.
Manufacturing Process Management (MPR) software allows you to specifically streamline your manufacturing processes. MPR systems identify inefficiencies in a supply chain and provide data which can be analyzed to implement better solutions.
In today’s uncertain market, it’s now more important than ever for manufacturing businesses to focus on controlling costs, increasing profitability, and offer guaranteed quality.
Manufacturing Process Management (MPR) from Sage puts the power in your hands. So, you can manage your business operations, achieve consistent quality, and capture new sales opportunities with our leading manufacturing process management software.
Tim Louie, manager
Tsue Chong Company
Many manufacturers are facing challenges like compliance, lack of oversight, and increasingly complex supply chains. The good news is that with Sage Business Cloud, you can:
Recent legislation in many parts of the world has given government agencies greater power to intervene in manufacturers’ operations and more easily demand product recalls and withdrawals.
Moreover, consumers are becoming ever-more demanding of manufacturers, ready to react as soon as their expectations are not satisfied and able to raise their concerns instantly, and very publicly, through modern communication technology. As a result of these factors, product recalls around the world are becoming more and more frequent, and manufacturers are facing major disruption, damage to reputation, and overall financial liability.
Gaining detailed insight into your business can be challenging at the best of times, and manufacturers who lack complete, accurate, and up-to-the-minute data face significant challenges to making timely decisions. Which product is the most profitable? Which supplier experiences the longest delays? How much cash is tied up in inventory surplus, and how much could you invest in growing your business? Without the answers to these questions, many businesses end up making poor strategic decisions and costly mistakes.
Managing supply chains is a constant challenge for manufacturers. In addition to staying on top of key factors, i.e., costs, demand forecasting, production downtime, and inventory surplus, supply chain partnerships are continually changing.
What happens if your supplier’s shipment has been delayed? What if supply costs increase without warning or quality changes? Without a fast, accurate method to track progress or communicate, you may be unable to avoid production downtime or plan an alternate manufacturing schedule without hurting your business.