Process Scheduling Management
It supports the company
in the scheduling of its work.
PSM – Process Scheduling Management is theWaterfall module – from the Efashion Software suite dedicated to the fashion business – to offer companies support in the scheduling of all those complex activities that have to deal with tight delivery times, finite resource capacities and constraints.Thanks to its structure and the ease of use that characterizes it, PSM can easily be used in the various stages that follow on from one another during a production campaign.
So that you are always in the right place at the right time, doing what needs to be done.
PSM is a module with great potential. It allows you to automatically schedule complex production planning processes.To cross from one side of the river to the other, to wade across it even when there are no bridges, to plan the right steps to take, assess the possibilities and find the most suitable routes to follow. The aim is to avoid slipping on the rocks and to reach your destination on time, as scheduled.
With PSM, new fashion paths will multiply and those that are still to be discovered will take shape, revealing themselves clearly.
Scheduling of machine loading in departments
It plans, schedules and allocates resources.
Product development from birth to prototype
It follows growth at every stage.
Management of resources and different entities for internal projects
It administers and manages company work schedules.
Management of compared activities (Time/Quality, Earliest/Latest dates, etc.) and sequence establishment
It compares and orders priorities.
Establishment of production capacities
It determines how, how much and how long to produce.
Tailored integration with the company ERP system
It completes and improves information, taking into account its characteristics.
For a production manager...
… who needs support in scheduling activities.
Waterfall PSM helps to visualize activities and manage constraints and discrepancies. It facilitates the scheduling of different processes at the different stages of production.