What If You Could Maximize Your Order Fulfillment While Minimizing Overstocking?
We provide tools to help your Purchasing department carry the best stocking quantities to maximize order fulfillment while minimizing overstocking.
The kitting and assembly process of your business involves combining multiple components and vendors into a group of items that are sold as one part number. This may be just adding literature (warranty registration card, product manual, parts list, etc.) to a single item. Alternatively, it may require combining a list of components into baggies for a Vendor Managed Inventory provider and labeling the baggie with the Customer’s part number and a barcode.
At BASM, we integrate various systems to automate your Order Entry and Invoicing:
- Vendor Managed Inventory
- Just In Time Inventory
These integrations from BASM bring orders in from bar code scanned requests to restock a KANBAN bin when a worker empties it. The order is transmitted to the ERP system, filled by the warehouse and delivered by the delivery truck.
Read what our clients have to say about BASM,
“I would recommend Business Automation Specialists to anyone contemplating either a brand-new implementation or an upgrade of any magnitude.”
Dennis Cole, EZ Way, Inc., Clarinda, Iowa
These systems typically include a kitting component that takes products from several vendors and consolidating them as a kit for a specific assembly. Revision control is crucial to avoid downtime on the production line. We provide the appropriate labeling capability with your customer part numbers for your kit or components so their production line knows what they are receiving. We can help you setup stocking levels using forecasting for stock quantities of components so your order fulfillment rate improves.
Whitepaper: “How to Choose a Manufacturing System”
When it comes to Manufacturing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), it’s important to understand all the benefits of an integrated ERP system before beginning your selection process. We created this guide—to provide you with the essential information you need to make the best decision possible.
- How do I get started evaluation Manufacturing ERP options?
- How do I choose a Manufacturing ERP consultant & resller?
- How do I deploy a Manufacturing ERP across my orginization?
- Hosted vs. On-Demand vs. On-Premise?
- How do I determine my ERP implementation budget?
Our realistic solutions help you to accomplish more with less. Since 1985, we have extended our practical industry business experience to help manufacturers just like you capitalize on your unique business strengths so you can transform your manufacturing business to new levels of success.