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Control and Manage Production with Fluentis MES

Fluentis ERP software allows manufacturers and industrial organizations to manage production and all its operational aspects, including complex budgeting, final costs, materials and activities.
Fluentis algorithms allow you to manage all internal and external business processes of the entire product life cycle: from budgeting to design, to procurement of materials and production resources, to internal and/or subcontracting production scheduling, to production data collection and cost control, without overlooking the Industry 4.0 connection of the production plants and automatic warehouses.

Fluentis ERP’s MES (Manufacturing Execution System) has been designed by implementing a large series of parameters for the integrated management of data from production processes that most impact a company’s profitability. In the Production area of Fluentis, we can see how the documents and data relating to the production orders – launched but not necessarily executed – define how each department and location execute production activity.
The materials, the phases and sub-phases, the equipment and in general all the supporting documentation is designed to make the execution of the activity as automated, organized and fluid as possible.
The main algorithm of good management specialized in the Production area is defined by the MRP, the planning system that deals with verifying the correct allocation of materials and resources necessary for carrying out the production activity. The MRP algorithm is configured according to a large series of parameters to adapt better to the type of production reality facing the company.


  • MRP
  • Notifications Management
  • Production dashboards
  • Feasibility analysis

What does Fluentis ERP offer to Manufacturing industry?


MRP I provides information on optimizing the purchase of materials. MRP I pulls its list of needs from the Production Plan, but can be integrated with new orders and production lists.


As the acronym “Manufacturing Resource Planning” indicates, this procedure provides visibility into the availability of materials and production resources according to the production planning actually released. This procedure reveals how to manage the advances and postponements of production orders, rather than the need to replenish the quantity. It shows how to eliminate unnecessary orders and increase or decrease quantities to simplify control and operations management for the production manager or department manager.


This feature advances the execution of production order worksheets to document the activity regarding the classic operations of opening the workings, increases in quantity or time (or both), rather than the report of waste or consumption of specific materials. Through the management of the reports, the produced product, whether finished or semi-finished, is also loaded in the warehouse while its components are simultaneously unloaded.


This feature carries out final checks of the times actually used, compared to those established by standards, for the specific production order.


Through this procedure it is possible to carry out final checks of the times actually used, compared to those established by standards, for the specific production order.

Manufacturing Execution Systems: what they are and why they are so essential in management software for production companies

MES systems are the key tool for the integrated management of data from production processes that impacts bottom line.
The main objective of an MES solution is to combine the optimization and flexibility of production and logistics processes with the control of the availability of resources and the quality of the products.
Thanks to real-time application logics, MES systems allow you to set up a precise organization in all production departments and contribute significantly to improving performance in the short term.
The primary tasks of an MES solution include:

  • Correct planning of production activities
  • Movement and commitment of materials
  • Allocation of internal/external resources
  • Management of internal work orders and subcontracting
  • Management of purchase planning
  • Synchronization and coordination of processes
  • Archiving, processing and analysis of the data collected
  • Maintenance management

Therefore a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) guarantees the integration between different systems, structures the automation of the machines through the SCADA processes (supervisory, control and data acquisition) up to the complete management of the supply chain.
In the Fluentis ERP, the MES model was designed by implementing a large series of parameters. Thanks to this parameterization environment, the algorithms of the Manufacturing Execution System represent a decisive model not only for general-purpose applications but also for specific productions in vertical markets.




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