Advanced Production Scheduling & Planning II: Live Demonstration & Common Problems that APS Resolves

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Advanced Production Scheduling & Planning II: Live Demonstration & Common Problems that APS Resolves

March 23 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Can you risk losing even one customer to late orders or poor communications? As production scheduling is becoming increasingly more vital to meet customer demand and remain competitive in today’s market, join us for the second webinar in this series that builds on explaining Advanced Planning & Scheduling (APS) and shows you tools to help advance your organization.

Session I covered the basics of APS scheduling systems (what this is and the impacts on your operations).

Session II will include a live demonstration of APS software, highlighting common problems that APS easily handles. We’ll also provide a brief recap of the first session and leave time for Q&A with ad hoc demonstrations as needed in this interactive session.

Register for FREE today and begin your journey to improved customer service and production efficiencies at your company.

This session will be recorded and available on-demand following the workshop.

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Target Audience
If you’re a Director, VP, Manager, Plant Manager, or Scheduler/Planner working in Supply Chain, Operations, Customer Service, or IT, then this series can help you explore and consider APS, and with funding available to support your potential acquisition of technologies!

Workshop Objectives (Session II – March 23rd)
Identify the common problems APS addresses and how, including:
• Order and Workflow Visibility
• Material constraints
• Labor and tooling constraints
• Types of scheduling rules
• Efficiency improvements
• Reports and communication improvements

Additional Details
Don’t forget to register for Session I scheduled for March 16th at 2:00 PM or view the webinar recording to learn about the basics of production scheduling.

This series is hosted by Spatial Integrated Systems and delivered by ATS Lean Scheduling International.

Funding is available for eligible CT Manufacturers through our Manufacturing Innovation Fund Voucher Program (MVP).  This grant is funded by the CT Department of Economic and Community Development and administered by CCAT. MVP can provide up to $49,000 to assist you with the purchase of specialized equipment and expertise aimed at improving your productivity, efficiency and competitiveness. Program details available online at: ctmvp.ccat.us.

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Details

Date:
March 23
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Venue

Online Event

Organizer

CCAT AMC
Phone:
860-610-0478
Email:
infoamc@ccat.us
Website:
www.ccat.us