Visual scheduling thoughts

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

VPS vs VAPS – Where bottomless resources meet boundaries

The Visual Production Scheduler (VPS) has been our signature software since 2013. With the experience from more than 300 VPS customers using Microsoft Dynamics NAV, we knew that there are a lot of...

Release 1.2 of Visual Advanced Production Scheduler for Dynamics 365 BC

As announced in my last week's blog about release 1.7 of VPS and VJS, here comes what is new in version 1.2 of the Visual Advanced Production Scheduler (VAPS), the only available finite capacity...

Release 1.7 of VPS and VJS for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

The summer has arrived and who would have thought that the situation is still as exceptional as it is - I hope you are all well! At NETRONIC we are all still working from home and - what can I say -...

6 super concrete tips for manufacturers working with Business Central

Episode number 13 of the Business Central Manufacturing Show was with Matthew Woodhouse. Matt is the Microsoft Dynamics Team Director at Technology Management and runs its project delivery team....

Why gamification matters for manufacturing - and how it can work

Paul Hogendoorn was my guest for the 12th episode of the Business Central Manufacturing Show. Paul is an incurable entrepreneur from Canada and has founded, co-founded, or helped launch numerous...

New release of the Visual Advanced Production Scheduler (version 1.1)

Not so long ago, we released our new product, the Visual Advanced Production Scheduler (VAPS), the only available finite capacity scheduler that fully integrates with the manufacturing module of...

How manufacturers can achieve sales and back office process efficiency

I met with Chris de Visser for the 11th episode of the Business Central Manufacturing Show. Chris is from the Netherlands, but lives in New York and works as CEO North America for Continia. Before...

Manufacturers: Winners don't take it all, but balance information

This is the 10th episode of the Business Central Manufacturing Show. This week, I spoke with Christophe Billard, who is from France, but lives and works in Spain. After working as a business demand...

Meet the VAPS: The first finite capacity scheduler for Business Central

Are you a production planner working with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central? Or, are you a manufacturer assessing the use of Business Central? This is for you! We’ve repeatedly heard planners...

Let's talk production scheduling concepts, not scheduling solutions

For episode #9 of the Business Central Manufacturing Show, I met Mike Fontaine from Canada. He is a solutions expert at VOX ISM, and has 20+ years of experience with ERP software and manufacturing....

Visual Scheduling Thoughts

Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Customer story: Visual Production Scheduler solves planning conflicts and inconsistencies

Kutterer Rus, a Russian manufacturer of components for aluminum and plastic tubes, as well as plastic packaging with in-mold labelling for the milk industry desperately needed to find a software that...

Enhance visual production planning in NAV by customizing tooltip and label information

In the Visual Production Scheduler, our Gantt add-in for visual production scheduling, tasks, resources and capacities are displayed along a timeline, thus providing an optimum overview for planners....

Production planning with Dynamics NAV: Link production orders

It's been a while since I provided you with news and information about our add-ins. At the moment, we are quite busy with developing our Visual Scheduling Suite 2.0 – based on JavaScript and fully...

NETRONIC and TecMan collaborate on visual advanced production scheduling

NETRONIC Software GmbH from Germany and Technology Management Ltd. from the UK today announce the collaboration in the development of a visual advanced production scheduling extension for Microsoft...

Customer story: Visual scheduling in NAV helps keeping delivery dates

The Kenyan supplier of innovative solutions for water and energy systems, Davis and Shirtliff, desperately needed to improve their internal information exchange process to ensure keeping delivery...