Footwear industry

Footwear industry


The effectiveness of an ERP system depends on how well it covers the business processes of the enterprise. How well does it model possible exceptions in these processes? Does it reflect the specific characteristics of production?

For the successful management of a footwear enterprise, the system must solve a number of specific tasks that distinguish the elements of footwear production.

Specific tasks in footwear production management

♦ Designing a structure of each shoe model including semi-finished products and materials with cost norms.

♦ Quickly configure new shoe models based on existing ones;

♦ Managеment of the technological preparation of footwear production with a process timing of operations;

♦ Management of cost rationing of basic and auxiliary materials by operations;

♦ Determination of planned material costs with consideration of process waste, yield, quality control losses and equipment setup costs;

♦ Maintaining the set of shoe sizes in relevant quantity in client orders;

♦ Maintaining the set of shoe sizes in relevant quantity in production orders;

♦ Production planning depending on the production capacity of the workshops;

♦ Production dispatching considering the parameters of the conveyors in different measure units;

♦ Shop floor management (dispatching and reporting) with innovative technical tools;

♦  Managing individual items (components) of product BOM by sizes (shoes);

♦  Management of semi-finished products by size;

♦  Warehouse management with innovative technical tools;

♦  Management of packing in transport boxes with innovative technical means.

Production planning with TECHNOCLASS in footwear industry

TECHNOCLASS plans and manages the production of footwear considering the set of shoe sizes in relevant quantity, determines the planned cost of materials taking into account scrap, yield, quality control losses and equipment setup. It dispatches production taking into account the resources of the conveyors and the assembly of the molds.

Production reporting is in real time via shop floor terminals. An alternative solution for paperless production management is the use of RFID cards and readers. The solution allows batch management of material assets, full traceability of material flow in production and real-time accumulation of transactional payroll data.