FELTEN group: Too narrow view of individual solutions optimization potentials can be not exploited to best practices to optimize the production can experience the FELTEN group only effective lead to results if they are holistically oriented and at the same time consistently based on the individual requirements of the company. Conventional methods would however use excessively standardized procedures or focus too much on separate solutions for individual performance requirements of production. In both cases the benefits remain necessarily limited because either not sufficiently depicted the company’s specific requirements or do not consider let the contextual factors”, judge Werner Felten, Managing Director of the International Software House. So the implementation of individual solutions lead to about for the operating data acquisition, energy management or the scheduling in the production in General, that the individual Systems only very awkward with each other can exchange data. They are often rigid and can be customized without substantial effort on future requirements”, he outlined a problem common to true. Even if in introducing best practices have been used, their original benefit advantage is through the later additional expenses again eliminated or changed even in the opposite direction.” Will however a holistic best practice concept with individual specification developed significant optimization effects could be achieved after the experiences of Felten. So the delivery time by 60 percent settled in one case shorten and at the same time reduce the order-related error rate almost on a null value. In other cases, despite considerable increase of amounts of reduced the working hours by 20 percent and reduced the inventory differences over 70 percent.
Also that delays are caused only slightly by production, belongs to the benefits regularly. Felten points when an optimum compilation of industry-specific functionality is made with a holistic focus, several significant improvements and a superior return on investment as an added value are typically equal”, on the results of numerous customer projects. They were achieved with a proven best practice method in three steps: process modeling according to the individual requirements with differentiated process definitions, implementation scenarios and analysis of existing information systems; Best practice modeling with concept and process description, neutral base concept and user requirement specification for a fast and low-cost implementation; Transfer of the process model in a forward-looking and safe investment solution, taking into account standards, legal requirements, life-cycle costs and other critical success factors. “Also plays an important role, which designed modular PILOT Suite” by FELTEN for production management requirements for all best practices meets. So, no effort for new IT systems is necessary, because the operation of the application on the client company server landscape. Also practice packages with analyses and reports, as well as databases can be industry-specific best available.