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For maximum manufacturing or service delivery efficiency, you need a powerful planning tool that validates your master schedules, material requirements, and project plans to ensure that your resources are properly loaded. The tool that closes this loop is - Detail Capacity Planning.

Detail Capacity Planning At-A-Glance

Detail Capacity Requirements Generation

  • Generates resource center loading and operation schedules
  • Multiple planning cycles
  • Concurrent capacity views
  • Unique planning options by cycle
  • Driven by user-selected work queue
  • Work Orders, Installation Orders, Service Orders, firm planned orders, repetitive schedules and computer planned orders from Master Production Scheduling, Material Requirements Planning, or Project Resource Planning

Work Day Calendar

  • By resource center
  • Current and simulated mode
  • Establish normal work week and non-workday calendar dates

Planning Options

  • Multiple planning cycles
  • Current or simulated mode
  • Select multiple locations for planning
  • Select work load source orders
  • Planning horizon start date
  • Definition of phasing periods and days in each period
  • Options for finite or infinite scheduling mode
  • Period load averaging
  • Exclude queue times or move times
  • Peg capacity to Project Resource Planning material and Service Item’s supply order

Analysis and Adjustments

  • Interactive analysis and modification of orders in work queue
  • View order dates and routing operation schedules
  • Revise loading factors and scheduling codes
  • Review exceptions and reconcile scheduled dates
  • Regenerate schedules and loading from modified queue
  • Work queue includes current or simulated modes
  • Optionally update source orders from modified schedules for closed-loop planning

Loading Factors

  • Load based on labor or machine pace selection.
  • Routings, run times and set-up times
  • Scheduling sequence, move time and crew size
  • Work center labor and machine capacities with effectivity dates
  • Efficiency factors, queue times

Capacity Scheduling Rules

  • Backward or forward scheduling
  • User-defined scheduling
  • Linear sequencing for sequential operations
  • Concurrent sequencing for parallel operations
  • Overlap sequencing allows partial completions to start next operation