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  • ERP - Supply Chain Management

  • ERP - Warehouse Automation

  • ERP - Manufacturing

  • Custom Software

  • Graphics/Animation


  • Accurate and reliable forecasts an accuracy level of 75%-2% MAPE is normal.
  • Complete flexibility in the input-output structure for using any group of relevant input deemed
  • Ability to quickly recognize and optimize the system for identifying the various
  • Advanced usability options for quickly and effectively detecting special patterns, such as holidays, weather regimes and special events.
  • Flexible interface options to allow use of external data sources, especially web-based ones, thus allowing ARSPECTICA
    to run automatically on an hourly or sub-hourly basis.
  • Expandability into an unlimited number of zones and subzones.
  • Ability to perform sensitivity analysis to establish the impact of certain parameters on the forecast
  • Display of the confidence band associated with forecast in order to allow the user to identify worst and best case scenarios.

ERP - Supply Chain Management is a formal method to effectively plan all the resources in the business enterprise. Through the implementation of ERP - Supply Chain Management manufacturing companies establish operating systems and operating performance measurements to enable them to manage business operations and meet business and financial objectives.

  • 250% return on the ERP - Supply Chain Management implementation
  • Achieve 98% inventory record accuracy and eliminate the physical inventory
  • Achieve 95-99% schedule attainment
  • Achieve 95-99% customer service
  • Reduce inventory 25-40%
  • Improve productivity 10-20%
  • Achieve +95% on time supplier delivery
  • Formal Sales and Operations planning process
  • Achieve 98% routing accuracy
  • Achieve 99% bill of material accuracy

Warehouse acts as the hub of your supply chain solution, integrating accounting/order and shipping software systems, electronic data interchange (EDI) systems, Crystal Reports software, radio frequency and barcode hardware, and warehouse automation equipment. Combining radio frequency and barcode technology with a robust, three-tiered, Internet-based architecture, AccellosOne Warehouse delivers a powerful, scalable and flexible real-time warehouse management system that helps you boost productivity, reduce costs, shorten order fulfillment times, increase customer satisfaction and deliver a rapid return on investment

Warehouse achieves this level of ROI through order accuracy, on time shipping, minimizing inventory carry costs, and decreasing labor costs. Today’s warehouse managers are consistently finding that 2 to 5% improvement across various performance metrics can mean hundreds of thousands of dollars in bottom-line returns to the business. Using AccellosOne Warehouse you are able to eliminate manual order checking by automating processes to improve your picking and receiving functions, allowing you to process more orders at a much higher level of accuracy.

Warehouse consists of three editions designed to meet the demanding needs of customers from small to large. The Collect Edition is aimed at the company looking to extend their paper processes to the wireless world. Our Manage Edition is built for the organization that wants to start small, but has plans to expand their warehouse processes over time. And, the Fulfill Edition is designed for the more sophisticated user that needs more control, automation and flexibility in their warehouse.

Warehouse integrates seamlessly with many popular accounting/order-entry packages, including Microsoft Dynamics, Sage, SAP and Infor ERP systems, and shipping systems to provide the warehousing link in your total supply chain solution. In addition, AccellosOne Warehouse integrates with the rest of the AccellosOne Supply Chain Suite, making sure all of your applications are getting the right information in real time. Check out some of the white papers and case studies to see how AccellosOne Warehouse performs in the real world. Each page has several options to connect with a knowledgeable consultant if you have questions.

An ERP software system for manufacturing spans multiple departments in a corporation. In some cases an ERP system will also incorporate systems of partners and suppliers to bring in additional functions, such as supply chain management and warehouse distribution management.

Manufacturing ERP software is vast and is able to organize large amounts of data efficiently, which allows our ERP system to exceed expectations of a simple piece of software. More specifically, process manufacturing ERP software has the tools necessary to eliminate the "islands of data" many process manufacturing companies find exist in formulation, quality control, planning and production departments. Each ERP software implementation is unique and is designed to correspond to the implementer's various business processes and needs. An ERP system likely represents a company's largest IT investment.

Custom software (also known as bespoke software or tailor made softwares) is software that is specially developed for some specific organization or other user. As such, it can be contrasted with the use of software packages developed for the mass market, such as commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software, or existing free software.

Since custom software is developed for a single customer it can accommodate that customer's particular preferences and expectations. Custom software may be designed in stage by stage processes, allowing all nuances and possible hidden dangers to be taken into account, including issues which were not mentioned in the specifications. Especially the first phase in the software development process may involve many departments, including marketing, engineering, research and development and general management.

Large companies commonly use custom software for critical functions, including content management, inventory management, customer management, human resource management, or otherwise to fill needs that existing software packages cannot. Often such software is legacy software, developed before COTS software packages offering the required functionality became available.

Graphic animation is a variation of stop motion (and possibly more conceptually associated with traditional flat cel animation and paper drawing animation, but still technically qualifying as stop motion) consisting of the animation of photographs (in whole or in parts) and other non-drawn flat visual graphic material, such as newspaper and magazine clippings.

In its simpliest form, Graphic "animation" can take the form of the animation camera merely panning up and down and/or across individual photographs, one at a time, (filmed frame-by-frame, and hence, "animated") without changing the photographs from frame to frame, as on Ken Burns various historical documentary films for PBS. But once the photos (or "graphics") are also moved from frame to frame, more exciting montages of movement can be produced, such as on Los Angeles animator Mike Jittlov's 1977 short film, Animato, also seen his feature film, The Wizard of Speed and Time, released to theaters in 1987 and to video in 1989. Graphic animation can be (and often is) combined with other forms of animation including direct manipulation animation and traditional cel animation.