The Italian company used to plan masses of projects with Microsoft's ERP system Dynamics NAV but at some point this was not sufficient any more. Only the use of the VJS brought transparent data structure, better informed employees and more efficient planning.
The German company planned its production "analog" for a long time. The resulting problems were to be solved by using an ERP without a planning board, but this did not lead to a satisfactory result. Only the VPS brought more efficient planning, smoother processes and more satisfied employees. At Winter + Freis, they are delighted that "we have a very good tool with which to work".
Concentrating all important employee data in one place and then importing it into the planning board via individual settings - this idea gave rise to a new visualization tool that helps temporary employment agencies to plan and track their employee assignments easily and intuitively. Read more.
For a long time, the Danish company used Excel for their planning. In addition, the employees verbally kept each other informed about orders pending and those waiting to be processed. The VPS improved one criteria quickly: "Our KPI for deliver on time to customers has increased dramatically" . But this is not the only added value gained by the VPS. Read more.
Support for daily sequence planning - this is what the customers of Add*ONE Simultaneous Planning of Inform wanted. Therefore, Inform developed a detailed planning component in combination with an interactive planning board with a lot of business logic, which enables the planner to make faster and more reliable decisions in his daily work routine. Read more.
Rising sales figures, coupled with the expansion of the company's equipment and machinery, caused the Russian manufacturer major planning difficulties. Instead of Excel, Kutterer today uses the ERP system Microsoft Dynamics NAV in conjunction with the VPS and not only increases customer satisfaction through reliable delivery dates, but also optimizes resource utilization and processes. Read more.
When lead times shifted, the timely and accurate dissemination of information was a big challenge for Davis & Shirtliff, a Kenya based company for innovative solutions for water and energy systems. They used Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Project for production planning. Now they use the Visual Production Scheduler, that provides the transparency needed to keep delivery on time. Read more.
The Swiss manufacturer of food supplements wanted to reduce the intermediate cleaning of the machines to a minimum. At the same time they need to react flexible to new orders and short delivery dates. This worked out: with the help of an individual extension of the Visual Production Scheduler. Read more.
Beas (today Boyum) develops a visual APS Solution with resource planning for SAP Business ONE. By this, the planner not only gets a transparent overview of the very complex data structure characterized by many dependencies, but also can intervene manually in the planning process. Read more.
Today, Dickies uses the „Visual Embroidering Scheduler“, thus not only gaining much more overview for their planning but also a considerably better machine utilization without getting into trouble with their delivery dates. Read more.
nector furnished his pest control software for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Pestsoft, with a visual dispatch board, to support their customers in accepting short-term orders more efficiently. Read more.
After upgrading from NAVISION to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, Service4CtS uses the Visual Service Scheduler to schedule their service technicians. Read more.
ESK Schultze used the graphical planning board in the classic client of NAV. When upgrading to NAV 2013, they missed their visualization of manufacturing data. Today the VPS fully replaces the old planning board. Read more.
Building cruise liners require complex planning. The extending ship size, higher demands and cost pressure even makes it more challanging. A visual planning board lets planners schedule the great number of single processes faster. Read more.