Telecom’s self-supporting towers, monopoles consist of steel structures constructed using pipe, tube, solid, or angle members.
Lighthouse ERP maps the step by step manufacturing processes of telecommunication towers. Material Planning, Production Planning, Fabrication (through CNC machines) and Galvanization processes, quality and inspection, logistics and supply till final erection of towers on sites.
Production Planning and Control processes in Tower Manufacturing are a challenge right from Raw Material procurement to Dispatch stage. Light house ERP achieved a breakthrough in the modules enabling the optimization of R.M. (angles) usage for meeting production planning requirement of a group of work orders spanning multiple types of tower structures.
Lighthouse ERP for Telecom Tower companies has helped them in minimizing raw material scarp generation thus leading to direct savings by the use of ERP. Lighthouse ERP for Railway Electrification companies in OHE and TSS segment is designed to handle complete needs in most effective & accurate way. Lighthouse ERP has evolved since 1987 and is constantly upgraded according to the market needs. Lighthouse is committed to provide a industry- specific, comprehensive and robust solution for the Transmission Industry. Lighthouse' technical expertise and mapping of key requirements is the key behind its success:/p>
Key Features in ERP for Telecom Tower Industry
Sales Contract and Delivery Orders
Excel import/creation of Bill of Material (BOM)
Work Order generation against Proto, Mass, Extra, Shortage.
R.M. Procurement & Production Planning for a batch of multiple work orders
Batch wise Angle procurement length Optimization
Auto bundling plan
Process wise Fabrication and contractor bill passing
Galvanizing in house or sub contract.
Ready for Inspection: Provision for Third Party Quality Inspection
Packing Slip based on dispatch instruction
GST and Commercial invoice
What are the deployment options for an ERP system
Technical Architecture for Deployment
Total Cost of Ownership
Better quality of products produced.
Better recoveries from iron ore (through process control)
Improve productivity, reduce lead times and procurement costs
Support growth without adding resources