Manufacturing Resource Planning

MRP II was developed with all the features of MRP I .There were also some other elements in addition to those contained in MRPI.


The significant feature of MRP II is the fact that the lay man in the industry will be able to realize its effects and hence be able to comment on the working. Any process is bound to achieve progress if and only it receives valuable criticism from reliable sources and more so preferably from end user. MRP II capitalizes on this advantage mainly.

Allocating reserves

The system of MRP helps to maintain a neat agenda for the manner in which the resources are to be allocated without any confusions. This means everybody will know what is expected from them within the stipulated deadline. Any discrepancy between the actual time taken and the one allotted is likely to affect the effectiveness of this operation.

Matching the requirements

MRP helps in deciding the ideal software requirements of the company. It is either calculated on the basis of minimizing investments or purchasing products that render benefits for a particular time or selecting sets of products based on the coincidence of factors among them .
Acceasy Manufacturing is a highly customizable software package for MRP, production scheduling, inventory control, shop floor control, purchasing, and other functions that support a manufacturing environment.

Acceasy Manufacturing places scheduled sales and forecasted demands into a Master Production Schedule. The system integrates the schedule with a bill of materials and considers lead times to create timely shop orders. The system determines net purchase requirements from existing inventory and vendor lead times to match the production schedule and creates purchase orders. Reports and views are available at any point to help make accurate, up-to-date manufacturing decisions.

Acceasy Manufacturing helps you to:

Schedule Shop Orders and Plan Purchases

  • Place Purchase Orders
  • Release Shop Orders
  • Reschedule Purchase or Production Orders
  • Change or Cancel Order Quantities
  • Plan and Adjust for Engineering Changes
  • Adjust for Unscheduled Production
  • Facilitate cost effective buying practices

Monitor Inventories

  • Take Physical Inventory
  • Correct Inventory Records
  • Reveal Production and Purchase Discrepancies
  • Display Inactive or Obsolete Inventory
  • Have material ready when required
  • Eliminate surplus inventory