Closing the planning cycle at Aspen

Bram Bongaerts   |   October 28, 2014   |   Life Science

In preparation of the new IT landscapes at one of the chemical sites of Aspen, some key aspects of the future way of working with respect to planning and scheduling are being implemented by EyeOn on the as-is IT landscape. Small interventions to processes and systems were made to close the planning cycle fully, going from the MPS plan in Advanced Planning, to scheduling and execution with ERP as the transactional core.

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