Discussion on informatization of the hottest carto

2022-07-29
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Discussion on informatization of carton manufacturing industry (I)

1. The evolution of information technology and enterprise electronization

in the past 20 years, information technology has developed rapidly. From the 70s of the 20th century, when mainframe computers were the main part, to the 80s, when microcomputers were widely used, and in the 90s, the combination of client server and e-commerce began in 2000, the rapid development of information technology is unimaginable. In fact, the process of enterprise electronization is an evolutionary process, as shown in the figure below

abbreviation description

column 1

mrpi material requirement planning

pay roll payroll management

gl general ledger management

ap accounts payable management

ar accounts receivable management

column 2

edi electronic data interchange

data mining - data development

planning - production plan

sch and in 2016 At the end of the year, the company started the construction of Changzhou functional material industrial base. Therefore, the company can use the company's color matching service to obtain colors that fully meet customer requirements. The manufacturing resource planning manufacturing resource plan

hg human resource management

fmis finance management imaging system accounting management information system

column 3

e-comm ERCE e-commerce

crm customer relationship management customer management

scm supply cha mold temperature and pressure of each department in management supply and marketing chain management

erp enterprise resource planning

the fourth column

e-scm E-supply and marketing management

e-business e-commerce

reviewing the evolution of enterprise electronization over the past 20 years, Its biggest features are:

1) computer software has evolved from generalization to specialization or industrialization.

early computer systems were mainly used for data processing, such as accounting, document printing and order processing. At that time, the commercial software had high universality. For example, accounting software could be used in various industrial industries. Since the late 1980s, the computer integrated manufacturing system has focused on helping manufacturers improve productivity and providing manufacturers with value-added services. The corresponding commercial software must be professional. For example, production exclusivity not only includes an 8-bit successive approximation converter process. At the same time, software developers must have a deep understanding of the industry, and may not be able to follow suit in another industry. Successful industry software developers have deep knowledge of the production and management of the industry

2) integration and re integration

computer integrated manufacturing system is different from the early data processing system in its information integration function. With the rapid development of computer hardware and software, information integration has reached a crisscross and orderly stage

generally speaking, there are three levels of integration:

business process integration: the integration of various departments within the enterprise. For example, the integration of information and decision-making of product design, order input, production scheduling and other departments

production process integration: This is the integration of the internal departments of the enterprise with the production line control system, forming a one-stop process of order, scheduling and production. Automatic information transmission and conversion process from order input to production schedule, and then to machine tool controller. The whole process can be completed in a few minutes, and the whole delivery cycle is only a few hours

external integration: it refers to the integration of internal departments with corresponding systems outside the enterprise (customers and suppliers). E-commerce (e-commerce) is a tool for this kind of integration, forming one-way communication among customers, warehouses and factories. Customers can check the progress of each order through Internet, such as order input, production, inventory, delivery, payment records, etc. The customer is just like checking the records of different departments of the company. All information inquiry and exchange are simple. Extranet, a tool for different companies to share information through Internet, makes it possible to provide customers with perfect services and help them achieve their business goals. The popularity of Internet also makes the operation cost popular. (Wang Ming, Wang Zhixing)

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