In an ideal world, we can have an exception free manufacturing operations. And for the most part, it will be a "management by exception" operations with no constraints or bottlenecks to worry about. But in reality manufacturing is all about managing constraints. A lot of constraints!
This article discusses the impacts of constraints on manufacturing planning and execution and how a well implemented SCM software can help in overcoming these constraints.
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variance. In this light, it will be very useful for this helpless man, if a software system can take some of the pain away. In my previous articles (see Brain of Supply Chain System and Advanced Planning and Optimization Software: Myths, Facts, and User Perceptions ), I had discussed the definition of APO software, usage, myths, truths, and current and future trends. In a nutshell, they were about planning and planning software. In this article, I will talk about the mission critical usage of SCM