Small New Jersey Manufacturer Electro-Nucleonics, Inc. Chooses E-Z-MRP
December 06, 2004 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) Al Pape, Change Control Department Manager for Electro-Nucleonics, Inc. based in Fairfield, New Jersey was thrilled to report that E-Z-MRP was effective for novice users. According to Pape, ""Our Change Control clerk who has never used a computer, has stated to me how clearly defined your operations manual is and how easy it is to implement E-Z-MRP programs on the computer.'
The E-Z-MRP package includes a full-featured Bill of Materials processor, plus a material planning and tracking module which tracks all sales orders, forecasts, work orders (planned, firm, and released), purchase orders, shortages, raw materials and finished goods inventories. It also records a complete audit trail on all inventory transactions. Also included is a physical inventory function and a purchase order module for printing purchase orders.
Priced at $2995, the E-Z-MRP system is a fraction of the cost of systems with similar power and capabilities. It will run on any Windows-based PC or network, and requires only Access 2000 or Access XP to run. No on-site or remote training is required. A comprehensive user manual with tutorials provides all the required instruction.
Small manufacturers face the same challenges as larger manufacturers without the financial depth to resolve the same issues. The result has been that some of the technologies that allow mid-sized and larger or manufactures to achieve efficiencies have been out of reach for the smaller manufacturer until now. According to Rocky Smolin, "E-Z-MRP makes running an MRP system possible for hundreds of small manufacturers who had neither the time nor the money and also lacked the expertise to implement a conventional manufacturing system,' says Rocky Smolin, President of E-Z-MRP. Rocky emphasized that E-Z-MRP, "was designed to be used by people who do not have degrees or certification in manufacturing systems. It requires no on-site training or consultation. And it has cut the standard 18-month MRP implementation cycle to as little as 18 days."