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Now Introducing: MachineMetrics/Epicor ERP Integration!

Graham Immerman
February 02, 2018

 You asked and we delivered. MachineMetrics manufacturing analytics platform now provides a seamless integration with Epicor ERP!

This latest capability allows users to update production schedules and part counts more quickly and more accurately while automatically keeping jobs up to date for reporting within MachineMetrics.

As you can see in the video above, when operators start production or setup activities within the Epicor MES system, the job information is sent into the MachineMetrics platform where it is displayed within the MachineMetrics tablet interface and on dashboards. When the operator ends the activity in the MES, MachineMetrics automatically fills in the parts produced as well as counts for any scrap or non-conforming pieces. Pretty cool right?

Here's the best part: you can use this integration to autogenerate production reports that bring actionable visibility to your data, allowing you to compare previous job runs, track downtime reasons, and identify areas of waste. With the MachineMetrics' Epicor integration, we're not only making it easy for EpicorERP users to get more accurate, data with less work, but also giving them the tools necessary to help identify production bottlenecks, measure process improvements, and drive manufacturing efficiency. But don't just take my word for it, reach out to us today to learn more!

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