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|Art der Software||Sonstige|
|Betriebssystemkompatibilität||Windows 95, Windows NT4|
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Shire Systems FrontLine Stock Control
FrontLine Stock Control for Windows may be used on its own or with FrontLine Maintenance Management for Windows to provide efficient control of parts and materials used in engineering, estates or facilities management situations. It can help to ensure that critical parts are always in stock and that other items are held at the most economic levels. It will also provide valuable statistics on parts usage.
Master file of parts and materials, divided into broad user-definable categories
Details of suppliers and prices
Minimum/maximum levels and re-order reports
Extended description for specifications of specially made parts
Where used cross reference to plant and equipment
Record of previous purchases
Record of receipts and deliveries
Stock issues to assets and/or jobs
Automated stock-check procedures with reports on adjustments
A variety of reports and analyses on parts usage, fast and slow moving stock, 'top ten' high value and high turnover items
On-screen searches and enquires as well as printed catalogues
The system runs on PCs with 64Mb RAM. A 200MHz Pentium Processor or equivalent is required. 100MB available hard disk space is required for program files and 500MB + available hard disk space for data files (dependent on volume of data). Also needed is an SVGA display adaptor and a colour monitor capable of running at a resolution of 800 x 600 or higher.
Trade Up from DOS Version Stock Control
Existing users of FrontLine Stock Control (DOS) system may convert to FrontLine Stock Control for Windows 95/NT4 by means of the Trade Up pack. This includes the full system and user reference manuals, together with special software which converts existing data records to the Windows format.
Verwaltung und Steuerung
Management and Control
Plant reliability and safety, and firm control of resources have become more important than ever to companies seeking to reduce costs and improve productivity. A computerised maintenance management system can help enormously with the administration of a maintenance department, and provide a wealth of useful management information.