Process Manufacturing is the method of producing goods by combining ingredients or raw materials using a formula or recipe. Leverage DiLytics pre-built content along with its groundbreaking technology to enable drill down to detail transactions, speed-of-thought performance, and intuitive data exploration. Quickly and easily answer questions like:
- What is the impact on production quantity if a planned material replenishment is delayed by a month?
- What is the feasibility of increasing production quantity in the near-term if the actual demand is x% more than the forecast?
- Which batches that are planned to begin in the next 2-3 weeks need to be firmed?
- What cost elements should be targeted to reduce production cost by x%?
- How is the timeliness of batch transactions on the floor?
- What is the difference between planned and actual material usage quantities?
- What is the trend of actual yield in comparison to expected yield?
- How much intermediate inventory is in quarantine and what is the risk of not being approved for further use?
- What is the% of batches delayed compared to schedule and what is the impact to planned production quantity?
Sample reports and Metrics
Batch Status: This report provides visibility into firmed- production batches and also batches that are planned to begin in next 2-3 weeks so that the manufacturing team can identify the batches that need to be firmed and the batches that are no longer needed and can be cancelled.
- Batch Status
- Planned Start date
- Actual start date
- Start date variance in days
- Planned completion date
- Actual completion date
- Completion date variance.
- Number of completed batches
- Number of closed batches
- Yield Quantity
Material Usage Variance: This report provides insights into actual material usage in comparison to planned material usage.
- Actual usage quantity
- Planned usage quantity
- Usage variance quantity
- Actual usage amount
- Planned usage amount
- Usage variance amount
- Batch count
Production Batch Transactions: This report highlights the data entry that didn’t occur on the day of manufacturing operations. Identify the batches where manufacturing data entry didn’t occur within planned or actual timeline of a batch
- Number Of real time transactions
- Number Of out-of-range transactions
View Recipe: Get visibility into recipe master data such as recipe no, recipe version, routing step no, formula no, formula version, product number, UOM code, plan quantity for use in batch operations.
Scrap Report: This report provides information about the quantity and value of inventory being scrapped in manufacturing process. This will help in analyzing the reasons for scrap, so that scrap-related losses can be minimized.
- Scrap Amount
- Scrap Quantity
- Transaction type
- Inventory org
Inventory Expiration: This report provides information about the inventory that has expired but has not been cleared out. It also provides information about inventory that is about to expire in the next few months so that it can be consumed on priority basis.
- Number of expiring lots
- Expiration quantity
- Expiration Amount
- Lot number
- Lot status
- sub inventory
Inventory By Status: This report helps in identifying inventory items that are in various statuses such as quarantine, expired’, rejected:
- Number of lots
- Expiration date
- Lot #