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Application of MIS in manufacturing sector


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Application of MIS in manufacturing sector

  1. 1. National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai Management Information System Topic- Application of MIS in Manufacturing Sector Submitted To:- Mr. S Senthilvel Assistant Professor NIFT Chennai Submitted By :- Arpan Mahato B/AP/12/1643
  3. 3. Goals of an MIS  Provide managers with information  Regular, routine operations  Control, organize and plan better 3 MIS 175 Spring 2002 Chapter 10
  4. 4. Typical Inputs and Outputs  Inputs: Information from the TPS  Outputs: hard and softcopy reports Scheduled reports On-demand reports Key-indicator (business fundamentals) Exception reports 4 MIS 175 Spring 2002 Chapter 10
  5. 5. Functional Perspectives of MIS  Financial MIS Will integrate information from multiple sources Functions  Costing  P&L reporting  Auditing  Funds management 5 MIS 175 Spring 2002 Chapter 10
  6. 6. Functional Perspectives of MIS  Manufacturing Design and Engineering Master Production Scheduling Inventory Control Materials Planning Manufacturing and Process Control Quality Control 6 MIS 175 Spring 2002 Chapter 10
  7. 7. Functional Perspectives of MIS  Marketing Market research Web-based market research Pricing 7 MIS 175 Spring 2002 Chapter 10
  8. 8. MANUFACTURING CENTRE •Major business functions are finance accounting and human resources. •These are nothing but managerial tasks in business organization. •Managers basically perform the function of decision making, planning and performing. •As a result MIS of each area is developed.
  9. 9. MIS THAT SUPPORTS THE GOAL •Financial management •Human resource management •Materials management •Production management •Marketing management
  10. 10. PLANNING IN MANUFACTURING Input :  capacity constraints  financial constraints  demand forecasts  objectives, strategies and policies. Output :  size of workforce  production/month  inventory levels  units or bahts subcontracted  back ordered.
  11. 11. Manufacturing Information System Aggregate planning Customer order file Sales forecast file Finished-goods inventory file Production capacity file Bill of material file Master production schedule Raw materials inventory file 3. Capacity requirements planning 2. Material requirements planning system Planed Reports order schedule Purchasing system Reports 4. Order release system Reports Shop floor control system 1. Production scheduling system MRP System
  12. 12. Manufacturing Information System  A model of a manufacturing information system Input subsystems Accounting information system Industrial engineering subsystem Manufacturin g intelligence subsystem Internal sources Environment al sources Database Output subsystems Production subsystem Inventory subsystem Quality subsystem Cost subsystem Users Data Information
  13. 13. Manufacturing Information System  Industrial Engineering Subsystem  IE’s work involves the setting up of production standard and are compared to actual performance.  Manufacturing Intelligence Subsystem  Labor information  Supplier information
  14. 14. Supplier input : Financial strength, past quality and delivery performance, and so on. Quality control input : Units rejected upon receipt, units rejected during production, reasons for rejection, etc. Customer service input : Units replaced or repaired because of defective parts, supplier spare parts availability, and so on.
  15. 15. Manufacturing Information System  Production Subsystem  Production flows  Bill of material  Production schedule  Inventory Subsystem  The importance of inventory level  Maintenance costs/carrying cost(spoilage, pilferage, obsolescence, taxes and insurance)  Purchasing costs  Economic order quantity (EOQ)  Economic manufacturing quantity (EMQ)
  16. 16. Manufacturing Information System  Quality Subsystem  Quality control inspectors  Total Quality Management  Company wide  Systematic  Scientific  Cost Subsystem  Preventive maintenance (PM)  Breakdown hours
  17. 17. Marketing Information Systems A model of a Manufacturing Information Systems Input subsystems Accounting information system Marketing research subsystem Marketing intelligence subsystem Internal sources Data Database Environment al sources Output subsystems Product subsystem Place subsystem Promotion subsystem Price subsystem Integrated-mix subsystem Information Users
  18. 18.  One of the major problems of organizations that make them fail may be insufficient utilization of the major resource of the organization, viz. information. Managers have to be aware of utilizing management information systems effectively to be competitive in the business world. Many managers in the manufacturing industries in South Africa may be unaware of the capabilities and use of an effective MIS.
  19. 19. manufacturing industries  An organization succeeds by bringing together and managing certain resources in a productive way. The traditional list of resources comprises labour (manpower), money, material, managers, machines and facilities. Only over the past two decades has information come to be recognized as another resource, one that is crucial to the management of others and one, which under certain circumstances, may be substituted for them cost-effectively.