Results of Integrating Asprova with ERP

pentelA Japan-based manufacturer, that has been a subscriber to Asprova Production Scheduler for 10 years, thought that they needed to replace Asprova with SAP. This is all due to the fact that other factories had been using SAP, and it was becoming a trend. To keep up with others, the company decided that they should replace their Asprova with SAP/R3. However, this did not happen.

Why?

The company found out that SAP/R3 cannot fully replace Asprova. This is because the scheduling function of Asprova continues to be a big asset to the company – you can try it out too for free. And because of its flexibility, Asprova can be used hand in hand with SAP/R3. With some tweaks, the company found out about a way to use Asprova together with SAP/R3.

How is this possible?

In production scheduling, Asprova was utilized because of its speed and accuracy. Plans created by Asprova are returned to SAP and SAP creates and issues instructions to each production sites.

As a result, they were able to dramatically decrease their inventory—unshipped items are decreased by 1/4~1/2. The accuracy of orders’ due dates went up to 97~98%! The Information Systems officer interviewed by Asprova claimed that “Optimal scheduling brings satisfaction to our clients”.

Asprova’s scheduling capacity remains undisputed. If you’re thinking of replacing Asprova, you should think twice before you do it because you might be able integrate it with the product that you want to use, for example, ERP. And, with proper systemization, you will be able to achieve outstanding results.

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