Manufacturing, Assembly Line and Production Monitoring Software
Manufacturing software designed to meet the assembly line and production monitoring requirements of all types of businesses. Candela M allows tracking of the entire production process from buying of raw material to the delivery of finished goods The finished goods, upon completion, are pushed in the warehouse of Candela RMS. This solution is integrated with Candela RMS software leading to complete synchronization with the retail operations.
- Raw material Handling
- Product design Cost sheets preparation
- Complete Work orders Management
- Department Operators management
- Inter department & Warehouse goods transfer
- Auto creation of GRN in Candela
- Piece rate workers Management
- Assembly line department sequence templates
- Templates for operation templates
Setting up the Manufacturing process in Candela M
Preparation of Cost Sheet
Separate cost sheets are prepared for each design and color and contain details of the required materials, quantities, and list of operation costs for each design. Each cost sheet thus provides complete per unit cost for the product.
Issuance of Work order
The next step is the issuance of work order for multiple colors of each design. A work order gives complete details about required production quantities of each size and color of the product, total cost of materials, and operation costs.
Sequence of Operations
Work Order also lists down the Sequence of Operations that need to be performed on a particular design. Production departments are mapped and their sequence is entered. The product flow within the system is then based on this sequence.
Manufacturing, Assembly Line Work Flow in Candela M
The production process starts with the Issuance of Raw Materials against the work order. Once the material is issues against a Work Order, the work order is assumed to be in the first department.
During the movement of products between departments, there may be Wastage which is recorded along with the reason for wastage. The total number of pieces is reduced by the number of pieces wasted.