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The ERP system generates manufacturing orders, does preliminary and post calculation, plans them for production and takes on business functions such as financial accounting, accounting and balance sheet management. ERP systems demand exact and prompt feedback on current order progress from production in order to optimally control business processes. The required bi-directional data exchange between the ERP system and the MES is usually guaranteed via configurable ERP interfaces.

MES receives comprehensive information from ERP about the planned orders such as the order number, the article to be produced, the required order quantity and the planned machine speed/output. In the response, MES continuously informs the ERP system about the current order progress and at job end about the actual up and downtimes, the quantities actually produced and any other data required.

Our MES software SK-go! has field-proven interfaces to all leading ERP systems.