4 Non-Negotiable Functions of Process Manufacturing ERP

Process manufacturers and discrete manufacturers have completely different manufacturing models. While discrete manufacturers are cutting, assembling or drilling, process manufacturers are mixing and blending based off of very specific recipes and ingredients. Based off these different ways of manufacturing, it wouldn’t make very much sense to be using the same ERP system for both. It wouldn’t be the best decision to try and modify a system to meet your process manufacturing needs either, which is why there are process manufacturing ERP systems on the market made for the industry’s needs.

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Using Process Manufacturing ERP to Capitalize on By-products and Co-products

Process Manufacturing ERP

What are you doing with all the extra shavings and waste from your manufacturing processes? You’ve heard the saying, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” right?  If you’re tossing out what you consider to be manufacturing waste, you could be be throwing away potential sales along with it. During the process of manufacturing the products you sell to customers, there are often supplemental products (by-products and co-products) that are also being produced; some of which that can provide significant financial value. In this blog we’ll discuss how your process manufacturing ERP system can help you turn that ‘waste’ into revenue.
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Sage ERP X3 for Process Manufacturing ERP- Demo

process manufacturing ERP demoWhile there are a number of ERP solutions available for process manufacturers to consider, we suggest companies take a good hard look at Sage ERP X3, one of the leading process manufacturing ERP solutions on the market. Sage X3 provides all the tools you need to better manage inventory, optimize your product mix, reduce manufacturing waste, shorten production cycles, delight customers, and run a more profitable business. Learn more about the features of the software and watch a Sage ERP X3 demonstration below.
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8 Reasons Belmont Meats Chose Sage ERP X3 Process Manufacturing ERP

Process Manufacturing ERPSince the company’s establishment in 1966, Belmont Meats, a manufacturer, processor, and distributor of meat products, has become a true leader in the industry.  With over $100 million in revenue each year the organizations business model is clearly successful, but one thing any successful business knows is that change is always on the horizon, especially when it comes to technology. For Belmont Meats, this meant replacing their aging system and making the switch to Sage ERP X3, a modern process manufacturing ERP system with a history of success in the food and beverage manufacturing and distribution space.

Why did they choose Sage ERP X3 over other options? Here’s what the company had to say about their choice:
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The Process Manufacturing ERP Modules That Make a Difference

Process Manufacturing ERPManufacturing a bicycle is not the same as manufacturing paint, which is why the technology to support those processes should not be the same. When selecting process manufacturing ERP, be sure to choose a system with modules designed to suit the dynamic needs of the process manufacturer. While there are a number of ERP solutions available for process manufacturers to consider, Sage ERP X3 has the modules that make the difference in helping companies better manage inventory, optimize their product mix, reduce waste, shorten production cycle, and run a more profitable operation. Learn more about the process manufacturing modules available in Sage ERP X3 below:
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Food Manufacturing Company Improves operations & Recognizes ROI in one year with Sage ERP X3

Ganong Bros. Limited, Canada’s oldest company and a leading manufacturer of chocolates and confectioneries, is one of the many process manufacturers who have discovered the benefits of utilizing Sage ERP X3.  In one year, the company realized a full return on investment, was able to significantly improve their overall processes, ensure high quality standards were maintained, and reach their ERP goals. Continue reading