ERP For Electronics Manufacturing
Our ERP system for the electronics manufacturing industry streamlines the entire production process, from material sourcing and inventory management to quality control and finished goods delivery – all on one platform. With an intuitive user interface, you can access real-time data, accelerate production and achieve higher-quality results with less effort.
Whether you are a manufacturing operation with 10 or 20 employees, 200 or more, we have tools available for you to handle your daily challenges and keep your business future-proof.
MRP (Material Requirements Planning) is a subset of ERP systems that helps businesses manage the materials and resources needed for production. For the electronics manufacturing industry, MRP is an essential tool to optimize production processes and ensure timely delivery of products to customers.
The electronics ERP software you need to succeed
One of the main features of manufacturing ERP software for electronics and parts manufacturers is the ability to protect high-tech, sensitive electronic components with process visibility.
With an ERP, electronics manufacturers have access to information such as how the parts are organized and the justifications for each replenishment quality, which limits the amount of excess physical stock on site, adds inventory management capabilities and streamlines your electronics supply chain management.
Here are some features that an MRP system for electronic manufacturing services should have:
- Inventory control
- Bill of Materials (BOM) management
- Production Planning and Scheduling
- Capacity Planning
- Procurement Management
- Work Order Management
How does Manu Online ERP software for the electronics industry work?
Overall, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for the electronics manufacturing industry should be customizable in order to meet the specific needs of your business and adaptable to changing market conditions.
By implementing a customized ERP or MRP system, electronics manufacturers can improve production efficiency, reduce waste and inventory costs, and improve customer satisfaction by delivering products on time.
In fact, Manu Online has a real-time scheduler that keeps a clear record of what materials are allocated to which orders, helping you deliver operational excellence throughout your supply chains.
This is for materials at all stages of the manufacturing supply chain: final goods inventory, work orders (work in progress), subassembly inventory, component inventory, and open purchase orders. In addition, there is an immediate reaction to any changes in requirements, most typically new orders arriving from customers.
Now the make-to-stock type of work is pushed further down the electronics manufacturing process chain to circuit board level, where there is a lot of final product commonality. This allows the work order sizes to be larger at that earlier stage, but faster and smaller at the later stage.
The overall result is shorter lead times for customer orders, even during busy times. When you walk into production with a copy of the order book now, you see people making stuff that is actually needed.