When a user stops an operation, eRouting checks for a number of conditions and determines the need to either warn the user or require a supervisor override to complete the transaction.  Conditions such as:
  • completing an operation short of the order quantity;
  • leaving an operation open after the make quantity has been reached;
  • scrap total that would leave the job short;
  • quantities that don’t match up with the prior operation, etc.
If notifications have been enabled, the server will send out an email when an adverse condition exists.
If the user had multiple operations open at the same time, their labor cost will be distributed between those operations.  The default is to split labor evenly across open operations, however, that can be changed by the user if one operation took a larger percentage of their time.

eRouting monitors the data input…

  • Does the quantity exceed the prior operation

  • Has scrap exceeded allowance

  • Is the operation taking too long compared to estimated times

  • Labor cost is intelligently distributed across job operations when operating more than one work center…

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