K-MINE Custom Solution

End-to-End Planning

End-to-end planning is indispensable for companies seeking to mitigate profit risks and put in place a single planning process for production, supply, and sales.

Managing your value chain can be an important source of competitive advantage and value delivery. And the opposite is true: if you ignore your value chain, you will most likely face bottlenecks and constraints that will limit the current capacity and exit risk.

Planning Process

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Our team will divide planning processes into components, address the challenges caused by uncoordinated traffic across all process flows, integrate related systems, and customize plan visualization settings. These steps will help divide/merge business functions, define common performance indicators, and discover errors in related or supporting processes.

The main indicators include

Processed product accounting
Capacity calculation by net time and total time, incl. maintenance and repair time
Best scenario design
Standby equipment calculation

End-to-end planning relies on operational and technical factors, regulations and references, individual technological processes, various algorithms for calculating equipment capacity, and workshop production plans.

All indicators can be uploaded to the ERP system and printed according to in-house operating requirements.

Frequently asked questions

What kind of licenses does K-MINE provide and how much are they?

K-MINE provides two types of licenses monthly or annual subscriptions and perpetual licenses. Please contact the K-MINE team to learn each module’s price.

How can the information be transferred from one module to another?

K-MINE is one stand-alone application with a single database, so no data transfer is necessary.  Different teams can have access to data according to their user rights.

Is K-MINE a cloud-based software?

No, K-MINE is a desktop application, however, upon request, our team can install access on the Windows server where we can set up a cloud infrastructure.