MRP

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MRP

abbreviation for
(Commerce) manufacturers' recommended price
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As with commercial ERP systems, Oratio includes advanced production planning (MRP and MRP II), business intelligence, human resources, CRM, point-of-sale management, and e-commerce.
In the traditional MRP II or the burgeoning ERP, financial management is always the core function (Zhou et al., 2005).
A logical upgrade sequence might be from job queuing to production monitoring, to limited process monitoring, to full SPC, and ultimately to a tie-in with company-wide systems (such as MRP II or MES).
Many operations with careful planning have effectively united functional areas including program management, engineering, accounting, inventory, manufacturing, human resources, shop floor control, purchasing, capacity requirements planning, production data acquisition, requirements planning (MRP II) systems, warehouse management, and material planning.
These navigational tools take the form of Material Requirements Planning (MRP II) software and an innovative in-house preferred provider organization--Star-Med--that the company developed on its own.
The system, running on an IBM 4381 platform at the headquarters facility in Fond du Lac, WI, was fully integrated, incorporating applications like order entry, manufacturing resource planning (MRP II), bill of materials (BOM), routing, accounts payable and receivable, payroll, etc.
Although ERP historically starts as an application for material and manufacturing planning (MRP and MRP II), so it should resolve especially the production problems, now usually the module implementation order is: financial, commercial, stocks, and then production.
Manufacturing Resource Planning: MRP II, Oliver Wight, Essex Junction, VT.
His simple but effective approach to establishing factory needs, setting priorities, and scheduling production would evolve into manufacturing resource planning, or MRP II. This company-wide approach to management integrates the activities of marketing, engineering, and finance.
The packages listed here are all stand-alone costing and quoting applications - as opposed to full-blown MRP II systems, which capture all sorts of data essential to understanding manufacturing cost structures.
Of the remaining two integration paradigms, the Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) system is generally acknowledged to be a logical extension of Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP II), and closely resembles COMMS.
Pilot software is an integrated MRP II and job-shop package.