• Subject: Lot Requirement Planning for BPCS
  • From: "Milt Habeck" <mhabeck@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 22:01:23 -0500
  • Organization: Unbeaten Path International

*** PRESS  RELEASE from Unbeaten Path ***
Complicated lot requirement material planning needs satisfied by new MPS/MRP software for BPCS.     
Unbeaten Path has developed a sophisticated MPS/MRP product which solves lot planning headaches not addressed by vanilla versions of BPCS. This new product, Peas in a Pod Lot Requirement Planner, helps enterprises which have one or both of these lot planning needs:
  1. Single-lot supply restriction >>> Dependent demand for production orders can't be satisfied by drawing material from multiple lots.
  2. Lot expiration date sensitivity >>> Raw material can't be assigned to production orders if the release date of the production order falls after the lot expiration date.
Please reference this web page for more information about this Bells & Whistles for BPCS product:

Unbeaten Path has also added a new BPCS educational offering: Supply Chain Management Overview Training. This two-day, on-site course has been very well received by BPCS users.
If you have an interest in learning more about other BPCS classroom training we offer, BPCS reference materials, or NoExcuses HelpLine support, please contact us.
Thank you and warm regards,
Milt Habeck
Managing Partner
Toll free in North America:  (888) 874-8008
Voice line for international calls:  (262) 681-3151
e-mail address:  upi@execpc.com
web home page: www.unbeatenpathintl.com 
link to dozens of reference letters:  www.unbeatenpathintl.com/customers.html

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