eRouting checks for a number of conditions when a user starts an operation:
  • does the user have permission for that work center;
  • or for that operation;
  • has contract review and release approval been performed;
  • is the prior operation complete, etc.
For each condition, you can choose for the system to either ignore, warn, or require supervisor override.
A user may be given permission for a work center or limited to a subset of operations performed at that work center.  For example, a user could be given permission for the work center “INSPECTION", but only for the operation “RECEIVE INSP".  That user could do receiving inspection, but if the operation were “FINAL INSP" the system would block them from punching in to the operation.

eRouting checks for a number of conditions when a user attempts to start an operation:

  • Have all required reviews been performed

  • Have necessary materials been received

  • Is the proceeding operation complete

  • Is the user authorized for that Work Center

  • or that Operation…

For a demonstration or quote, please contact Tom Edge at tom@edge-mfgsoft.com