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Hi there. Thanks for the post. I would like to ask what "Automated kanban replenishment across lines/sites/tiers" means?



eKanban is a signaling system that triggers replenishment rules based on the movement of materials within a manufacturing or production facility. eKanban differs from traditional kanban in that it uses technology to replace elements such as kanban cards with barcodes and electronic messages. eKanban uses the internet as a method of routing messages to global locations or external suppliers and as a means to provide a view of inventory, via portals. These integrated messaging methods help to eliminate common problems such as manual entry errors and lost cards. eKanban systems can be integrated into MOM and ERP systems, enabling real-time demand signaling across the supply chain and improved visibility.

kulmohan singh

A great piece that sheds much needed light on emerging technology like IoT in Manufacturing and its impact on business as there are many new details you posted here. Sometimes it is not so easy to provide a top Industrial IoT solution without custom knowledge; here you need proper development skills and experience. However, the details you mention here would be very much helpful for the beginner. Here is yet another top-notch solution provider “X-Byte Enterprise Solutions” who render feasible and credible solutions to global clients by our top IoT app development service and solutions.

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