e2b teknologies knows automotive and repetitive manufacturing. We’ve implemented ERP for aftermarket and specialty components manufacturers as well as a variety of tier one and tier two suppliers in the heavy truck and traditional automotive supply chains. Our customers manufacture and supply fasteners, axles, bearings, gears, displays, brakes, and more.
Epicor ERP is our choice for most automotive and repetitive manufacturers – especially for those providing OEM parts because the software includes specialized features such as cumulative forecasts, automotive EDI releases, lean manufacturing, and supports PPM, PPAP, APQP, and TS/ISO quality standards. It also includes supplier relationship management, AIAG compliant labels, embedded CRM for contact and automotive program management, and product lifecycle management (PLM) to manage engineering changes and product introduction and discontinuation with everything you need to take your business to the next level.
We are the only company that we know of that has automated downstream supply chain forecasts (outbound 830) driven from MRP to notify suppliers of time-phased forecasts based on upstream forecasts from automotive customers.We also have extensive experience working with inbound customer EDI transactions (810 invoices, 856 advance ship notices, 830 forecasts, 862 line set, and 866 line sequencing) as well as outbound EDI to downstream suppliers (850 purchase orders, 830 forecasts, 862 line set, and 866 line sequencing).
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