function meets high standards.
Setting high manufacturing standards is one thing.
Meeting them is something else altogether. And
helping you create and maintain the solid manufacturing
product and process definitions you need is the
whole purpose behind Finesse Manufacturing Standards.
Anything but standard
Finesse Manufacturing Standards is
structured around what you want to accomplish.
You want to maintain product configurations accurately
and efficiently? The system's complete Bill of
Material (BoM) and process routing capabilities
ensures it. Need to safeguard your product and
process integrity? That's done with the module's
formal configuration management and engineering
What about maintaining a common database for product
structures and process routers, process flow,
manufacturing operation sequence, work center
definitions, material and labor requirements,
process standards and work instructions? Not only
does the system do it...it integrates all these
aspects so you can move seamlessly from one to
The system's flexibility also lets you define
material consumption policy in the BoM, so different
products can use different methods for the same
Beyond manufacturing, you can use this module
to define product structures for purchasing, assembly
and disassembly, repair and rework and maintenance
functions with virtually unlimited BoM levels.
You can also use it to support multiple operations
at any work center and automatically reserve
the work center for the anticipated run time of
all operations. That's the advantage of deep integration.
And information that used to take time to locate,
like configuration history with revisions and
complete product data, is now readily available,
making it easy to track your final product component
requirements. Want to meet a higher standard?
Then choose the system that's built to one.
company, plant, warehouse and shift capabilities
and product data management information
virtually unlimited BoM levels for cost roll-up
as well as by lot or batch, serial and/or
sequence number, phase-in/out date and shrinkage
or scrap and obtain summaries
phantom, revision and planning/simulation
inquiries including: detail, pinpoint, history/analysis,
scroll and summary
labor and overhead costing
size and efficiency
and work center rates
work center capacities
efficiencies and yields
RECOURCE MANAGEMENT: MATERIALS, WORK CENTERS AND
and outside work centers
set up and run times
time, input and output