Power TCAS+


    Proper planning in inventory and production management is key, understanding where and how to avoid waste is critical. ACOMDev Time & Cost Avoidance System (TCAS+) is a solution to manage these challenges.

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    Both over-planning and under-planning in production can lead to decreased profitability. Over-planning ties up capital in unsold inventory, while under-planning results in the costly expedited production and shipping of products. The Time & Cost Avoidance System (TCAS+) is designed to manage these risks. By monitoring buyer and planner activities, the TCAS+ system creates a historical trend. This real-time data provides key performance indicators (KPIs) and alerts, which can be used to oversee production and reduce wastage. Furthermore, the historical data from TCAS+ is valuable for performance assessments and employee coaching.


    Benefits of Power TCAS+:


    Cost Savings: By avoiding the pitfalls of over and under-planning, businesses can avoid unnecessary expenditures, such as unsold inventory costs and expedited shipping charges.


    Real-time Monitoring: Provides instant feedback and alerts on planning activities, allowing for timely intervention and decision-making.


    Data-Driven Decisions: Historical trends and KPIs provide insights into production patterns, aiding in more informed planning and forecasting.


    Employee Development: The data can be used for performance evaluations, coaching, and training, ensuring staff are aligned with the business goals.


    Efficiency: By identifying causes in real-time, it allows for immediate corrective action, reducing production and material wastage.

    By integrating Power TCAS+ into their production processes, businesses can achieve a balance in their planning activities, ensuring optimal profitability.


    Our focus should be to provide transparency, agility, and accessibility to the data. When everyone is managing from the "same pane of glass," it not only ensures alignment but also drives collective responsibility and proactive action.


    Shall we get started with the first step, the assessment phase?