Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 12 09:16:17 EDT 2009 | fredc
Martin, 2 of my customers use inventory management systems. One refers to their system as tigers. This may be a system they developed for themselves. I am not sure what the acronym stands for. The other refered to their system as kanban. It is named
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 09 03:57:00 EDT 2009 | martinphill
There are two fundamental questions that must be answered, in order to manage the inventory of any physical item - when to order and how much to order.? Is there any spread sheet available to trigger Minimum , Maximum & critical levels ?
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 29 05:24:48 EDT 2009 | sachu_70
Martin, to me your subject line suggests you intend to order and manage spares for an SMT machine at your site. Such activity is purely based on trend analysis and strategic planning. This does not require an ERP software or MOQ consideration with yo
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 21 02:42:50 EDT 2009 | jlawson
there are Maintenance - Asset management systems available but usually part of a bigger MES system, bar code driven etc, keep databases on feeders, machines, trigger times to inspect etc etc but no cheap...
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 25 14:33:14 EST 2009 | rwyman
Our previous system was called PMC 2000 (http://www.main-tech.com/vendors/dpsi.html) We recently switched but the name of the new one escapes me at the moment. Order parts, schedule repairs and maintenance, keep a database of all the above. Good l