— Optimization of prime cost of end products due to decrease in production and logistic expenses.
— Increase in level of the working capital.
— Increase of economic efficiency of production assets.
— Increase of profitability of assets of ROA (Return On Assets).
— Increase of overall effectiveness of the equipment OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness).
— Decrease in cumulative cost of possession of assets TCO (Total Cost of Ownership).
— Capital productivity increase.
— Decrease in a capital intensity, labor input and capital intensity of production.
— Optimization of costs of inventory items for maintenance and repair of the equipment.
— Optimization of labor costs when carrying out maintenance and repair of the equipment.
— Decrease in losses from idle times in repairs.
— Decrease in losses from the wastage related to shutdowns.
Supply Chain Management
— Reduction of a stock rate on all production and logistic chain.
— Increase of economic efficiency of solutions in production and in a supply chain.
— Reduction of material losses in a supply chain.
— Exception of sales losses arising due to the lack of the necessary goods in the right place.
Manufacturing Execution Management
— Optimization of a product line on the basis of reliable data about labor costs, expenses of raw materials, materials and energy resources.
— Providing data for exact accounting of prime cost of finished goods.
— Providing necessary data for transition to a price-work form of compensation of the production personnel (data for calculation of Individual Performance Factor, volumes of losses and wastage of the persons suffered because of person/group).