Manufacturing ERP Software – Enjoy the Power of Smart Manufacturing

Which manufacturing business would not prefer a flexible and smart manufacturing ERP solution that allows manufacturing operations to become streamlined, gain efficiency, along with enhanced quality, and an increase in profitability. An open-source ERP software not only simplifies the production cycle but also help to track material consumption, handles subcontracting, along with several such activities.

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Address Manufacturing Challenges with our Smart Manufacturing ERP Solution:

Complete Control on Production

Manufacturing businesses can have complete control over their production with the help of smart manufacturing ERP software. ERP system provides a fully integrated set of tools that allow businesses to plan, execute, record, track, and control their output. ERP software makes real-time coordination across all business verticals easier, right from sales orders to customer management, to inventory to purchasing to accounting and financial reporting.

Prepare Accurate Bill of Material

A bill of material is a significant feature of any cloud manufacturing software. A well-defined BOM ensures accuracy and our ERP software’s BOM is hierarchical having a finished product at the top. The Bill of Material also comprises of product codes, part descriptions, cost, quantities, along some other specifications.

Shop Floor Management

ERP system features like job cards, operations, and workstations, businesses can automatically capture their shop floor daily activities. They can have a real-time view in one screen of the status of the work being done to manufacture products, every workstation location, employee assignments, and current status of every work order and pending steps.


Businesses who outsource processes to a supplier can benefit from the Subcontracting feature of our ERP software. It not only makes supplying of raw materials easy but also simplifies the tracking of suppliers’ labor and operations. The value of finished goods is determined based on the raw materials’ costs and procured services.