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GET's Manufacturing Solutions are professionally skilled innovations towards modern business models in order to raise the qualitative technology solution standards. In order of the present sense, globally the manufacturing professionals are competing to decrease functional disbursement with an increase in profitable investments and far stretched outlook on optimal utilization of existing resources.

GET is a paramount participant in the competitive world of consultation and IT services in the manufacturing industry. At GET, we leave no stones unturned to make sure the professional journey is both successful and satisfactory for everyone having had the constant opportunity to work with us. This dominative ideology would be incomplete if not backed up by experiences of our existing clientele. GET has been a global participant against various organizations and has successfully overcome a notable list of well-delivered, immense business convenient projects.

GET plays an all-rounder outlook with a span of services covering IT transformative, practical designed, virtual development backed by practical support for IT solutions. Our massive attention covers the wide spectrum of value-added services of resource outsourcing, infrastructure management and fair consultations. Each solution is tenderly designed to create varied concentrated results.

GET as an Industrial Manufacturer

Internationally the manufacturers today face tremendous competition in the constant zest to safeguard profits, leading to professionals in this sector to accept primary measures to increase quality of products and services. Customization of products and services is an ever growing demand in the industrial sector to impulse the qualitative differentiation of services and we at GET believe in large scale product rationalization, optimization and standardization to overcome positive customer expectations. GET is an internationally chosen firm to tie-up with industrial manufacturing companies in their fundamental IT initiatives. Collect payments online without websiteOur clientele in various spheres of industrial manufacturing sector comprise towards Capital Equipment, Construction & Farm Equipment, Machinery and Appliances manufacturing.

We offer you a professionally trusted journey with GET to help mutually stabilize certainty into your business by driving business processes upgradation.

Why GET as an ultimate choice?

GET globally shakes hands with industrial manufacturers to address their distinctive business perspectives such as finance equilibrium, improving the existing operating efficiencies across the value chain including manufacturing, procurement and logistics, plant maintenance, sales, distribution and aftermarket areas, and fair concentration towards the time-to- market of new products.

GET illuminates various industry standard practices, management principles, tools and techniques, and methodologies such as Simulated Value Stream Mapping, SCOR, Theory of Constraints and Uncompromised Principles to deliver its services.

GET focus

Competition is greater than ever before. To succeed, manufacturers have to show a higher value proposition to market. Whether it's through faster response times, higher quality products, or exceptional customer service and relationships, manufacturers are being asked to do more.

To maintain a competitive advantage, manufacturers require flexibility in their operations and must continually drive innovation - not only in the marketplace but also in how they do business.

Microsoft Dynamics AX provides manufacturers with a solution that is architected with flexibility and change in mind, built with operational excellence at its core, and focused on allowing you to drive innovation and be the market leader. Microsoft Dynamics AX gives you real-time insight into your manufacturing processes to help increase both your production efficiency and profitability, while helping to reduce your overall costs.

Cost pressures

As companies compete in a global market, they are under constant pressure to reduce end-item manufacturing costs as well as plant operating costs. This requires streamlining processes and increasing production efficiency. There is a continued need for insight into cost drivers of the operations.

Time to market

Getting products to market faster than your competition gives you a competitive advantage. Reduction in product life cycles caused by technology innovation and changes in consumer behavior force organization to focus on reducing time-to-market of products. This requires a good insight into and grip operations.

Inventory visibility

The risks thus costs of inventory are on the rise due to increasing product assortments, shorter product life cycles, and the importance of a healthy cashflow. The visibility into inventory across distributed organizations remains a challenge and continues to challenge the organization's grip on inventory.

Purposely built for the manufacturing industry

As companies compete in a global market, they are under constant pressure to reduce end-item manufacturing costs as well as plant operating costs. This requires streamlining processes and increasing production efficiency. There is a continued need for insight into cost drivers of the operations.

Scale your organization quickly with a global manufacturing solution

Getting products to market faster than your competition gives you a competitive advantage. Reduction in product life cycles caused by technology innovation and changes in consumer behavior force organization to focus on reducing time-to-market of products. This requires a good insight into and grip operations.

Improve responsiveness to demand

Handle customer demand spikes by rapidly onboarding vendors. Increase utilization and responsiveness with flexible resource deployment across multiple routings. Fulfill customer demand with the constraints-based product configurator.
Collaborate easily with employees, customers, suppliers, and partners. Gain immediate insight and boost productivity with RoleTailored user experiences.

With access to critical information at their fingertips, many of our customers have reported:

  • Reduced lead times
  • Higher inventory turn rate
  • Lower inventory carrying costs
  • Decreased time to launch new products

Process manufacturing

Process manufacturing companies require business solutions that combine the planning and reporting capabilities of traditional ERP systems with the unique tracking, control, and multi-dimensional inventory requirements of process manufacturing.

Process Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX fits that need. The solution is an enterprise-wide business management system with emphasis on the needs of process manufacturers. By integrating the entire process manufacturing life cycle and increasing the flow of information throughout the supply chain, the solution can help process manufacturers better manage all their production variables to optimize capacity, control costs, and adapt rapidly to changing market conditions and business growth.

The solution offers rich out-of-the-box functionality with an underlying technology that makes it easy to customize for specific needs or business growth while maintaining a smooth upgrade path. Overall, this results in a quick return on investment and a low total cost of ownership.

Process Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX offers a range of benefits that can improve your business profitability and build competitive advantage:

  • By integrating business information with the entire process manufacturing life cycle, and improve the flow of information and gain the insight you need to streamline operations and take advantage of changing conditions.
  • The ability to define and manage items in multiple dimensions and track materials and goods throughout the product life cycle enhances inventory control and enables you to meet the information demands of your customers and regulatory bodies.
  • By increasing the flow of information internally and with trading partners, you can improve your customer service, improve supply chain coordination, and take advantage of changing market conditions.
  • Enhance process control and order visibility to better manage all your production variables, optimize capacity, drive continuous process improvement, and adapt to growth opportunities.
  • Define multiple inventory dimensions: dual units of measure, catch-weight calculations, packaging codes, variations to the main item, and lots.
  • Manage multilevel formulas or recipes, co-products and by-products, electronic signatures, and packaging options.
  • Let customers request multiple quality specifications per product while combining similar products in production to improve machine utilization.
  • Analyze and monitor production costs and requirements for each sales order component using graphical representations of multilevel formulas and recipes.
  • Reduce inventory costs and eliminate waste by pulling inventory in optimal sequence using "best-before" management and first expired/ first out (FEFO) or first in/first out (FIFO) picking guidance.
  • Facilitate regulatory compliance with agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by validating manufacturing processes.

Discrete manufacturing

Our expertise in this sector can help you achieve consistent and transparent management of your operations while improving responsiveness to your customers' needs. The key to manufacturing and distribution today is speed and agility. The economy is increasingly global and competitive. Supply chain is becoming more demand-driven and customer expectations are increasing. Manufacturers need to deliver great customer experiences, respond to markets, continue to gain operational efficiencies and adapt to changing regulations.

We understand the unique challenges facing your industry and your need to be efficient and cost effective. GET has helped clients attain a return on investment within a short amount of time. We have deployed standard Microsoft Dynamics functionality and have provided many tailored solutions when requirements demanded customization. Discrete Manufacturing for Microsoft Dynamics AX helps you plan, control, and perform successful manufacturing projects and supporting services that satisfy customer needs and meet your goals for profitability and efficiency. The combination of Microsoft Dynamics and the experts at GET creates competitive differentiation for our customers unique business needs.

Helps organizations manage manufacturing functions optimally and improving efficiencies by implementing the following:

  • Execute multiple production strategies, including configure-to-order, assemble-to-order, make-to-stock, and make-to-order. Use both push and pull production control mechanisms.
  • Optimize production and materials planning, forecasting, and scheduling. Simultaneously schedule materials and capacity. Calculate available-to-promise (ATP) and capable-to-promise (CTP) deliveries.
  • Create, schedule, view, track, split, roll back, or categorize production orders.
  • Understand WIP and actual cost through production tracking and reporting. Track detailed resource and throughput costs, including work center costs. Report production variances to standard costs.
  • Manage routing: Plan simple, sequential, and complex networks; use simultaneous routes in the same network. Use rough-cut capacity and detailed scheduling capabilities. Organize the shop floor into logical production units at individual sites.
  • Quickly schedule/reschedule jobs and simulate alternatives by dragging Gantt chart items. Resolve scheduling overloads by reassigning operations to alternate work centers. Optimize scheduling across the organization with a unified resource model and scheduling engine.

Lean manufaturing

Reinventing productivity in today’s manufacturing with GET.
When considering the deployment of a strong and reliable strategic plan, it’s important to have a solid understanding as to which method of analysis – traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) or lean manufacturing – will effectively benefit your company the most. While at the surface these two systems seem different, synergy still exists between the two, and when used together can be highly beneficial for an organization. Lean is doing more for your customer with less effort, less time, less stock, less technology, less space, and less money.

Traditional ERP is a hierarchical system that works top-down beginning with long-term planning, through mid- and short-term scheduling, ending with execution. Lean manufacturing is an execution initiative that aims to eliminate “waste” from a process and has strong diminishing impact on long-term planning. When used in conjunction, these strategic techniques have been demonstrated to deliver a robust lean strategy.
Lean Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics AX can empower your people to successfully implement kanban, kaizen, heijunka-board production leveling, just-in-time operations, and other key tactics by delivering the specific functionality, access to information, and process flexibility demanded by lean manufacturing operations.

Lean manufacturing as a business practice is not directly dependent on the implementation of an ERP system, but the latest generation of ERP systems offer support for lean initiatives. For example, traditional ERP was weak in providing useful output that supported management decision making. It had limited analytical information and statistical data. Current ERP systems have many analytical features that naturally support lean initiatives. Kanbans are used to signal repetitive lean manufacturing processes that are based on production flows, kanban rules, and BOMs.

In ERP systems, there is a planning module (MPS/MRP) that is representing the “push” approach to material planning, while Kanban represents the desired “pull” approach to minimize inventory levels and create a lean production flow. Kanban is not about planning, but about execution. “I don’t plan to do anything. I execute based on triggers. I only fabricate/assemble/manufacture/replenish anything when I get a signal that this inventory is needed. That is my pull signal.” This signal should only come from the real world, not from a software system, according to the Kanban principle. It is a visual pull signal that guarantees there is an actual demand right now. Only then is it authorized to go ahead and supply a certain Kanban quantity of that item. Then one should stop and wait until the next visual pull signal is received.

The key concept underlying lean manufacturing is the elimination of waste. To that end, a lean enterprise evaluates every internal step and workstream to determine if they provide value to the customer. If the step or process provides no value to the customer, the lean practitioner strives to find a way to eliminate or minimize the step.

To enable an organization to “do more with less,” lean thinking gives five principles. The architecture of Lean Manufacturing for Microsoft Dynamics AX is inspired by the 5 Lean principles formulated by Womack and Jones:

  • Customer value: including the purchase experience, delivery, and service, as defined by the person who will pay for it: the customer.
  • Value stream: An approved method for implementing lean manufacturing solutions in the physical world of manufacturing is values stream mapping (VSM), introduced by Rother and Shook. They explained how that value is created by your organisation—the value stream—and what you may be doing that is not actually contributing to that value. By lean definitions, anything else is waste. The result of this process, the future-state value stream can be modeled in Microsoft Dynamics AX as a production flow version. All processes of the value stream are modeled as process activities. Movements or transfers can be modeled as transfer activities if the transfer status has to be registered or if an integration to inventory picking or consolidated shipments is required.
    The value stream itself is modeled as an operating unit in Microsoft Dynamics AX. This allows using the value stream as a financial dimension.
  • Flow: Create a streamlined production flow that maximises value and minimises waste, including wasted time, wasted space, and wasted materials. Flow production is a radical change from traditional batch-and-queue production, in which orders may accumulate or work-in-progress may sit in inventory between stages of production. The periodic consolidation of the cost for a production flow corrects the related WIP account and allows determination of variances for the products supplied by the production flow.
    In Dynamics AX- To better support continuous improvement, the production flows are implemented in time-effective versions. This allows copying an existing production flow version, including all related kanban rules, to a future version of the production flow, and modeling the future-state production flow before validating and activating it for production. Existing kanbans from old production flow versions are automatically related to the new version to ensure a seamless material flow on the transition date and beyond.
  • Pull: Drive production from customer demand, which is known as demand-pull production, instead of pushing production to create inventories that may or may not be directly associated with demand. Demand-driven production is another way to reduce waste in the form of finished goods inventories that take up space, age, become damaged, or that nobody ultimately wants.
  • Perfection: Strive for perfection. Do all of this flow improvement and waste reduction on a continuous cycle of incremental and ongoing improvement.

Lean principles may be just what you need. Lean combines processes, methodologies, measurements, and training to increase profits and minimize process breakage. However, becoming a lean organization is not a single step or even a finite undertaking such as a typical project. Lean is a process in and of itself. The assumption is that no process will ever reach an ideal state, so it must always undergo improvement, and this principle holds true for organizations as well as all the manufacturing and business processes within it.

Industry sector

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  • Machine construction

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    Plant or special-use construction

  • Engineer-to-order or Make-to-order or Make-to-stock or Configure-to-order

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    Elevator and lift construction

  • Ceramics

  • Device and apparatus fabrication

  • Beverage & Brewery

  • Chemicals & Plastics

  • Retail

  • Project Manufacturing

  • Life sciences

  • Food Processing, Agriculture & Dairy

  • Textile

  • Electical & Electronics

  • Component & Appliance Manufacturing

  • Print & Packaging

  • Apparel, Footwear & Accessories