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Computer Inventory Management System (CIMS)

The Innoveyance Computer-Integrated Inventory Management System (CIMS) is designed to provide a computer aided order tracking system that will allow operators to identify, locate, and retrieve material from the Work-In-Process (WIP) Conveyor System. The system provides operator friendly Graphic Display Workstations to interface and access information in the system. The system is comprised of industry standard and highly reliable platform of computer hardware and software which can be connected to a Factory Management of Plant Scheduling System. This eliminates the need for operators and supervisors to physically search for order location and allows the WIP System’s inventory to be more closely monitored and coupled to the plant scheduling system, providing increased efficiency and higher productivity per man hour.

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  • Open System Architecture and Design is based on industry standard computer systems hardware, software, and network design concepts to provide a system design which is flexible in communication to other systems and can be maintained by plant engineering level personnel and not off-site computer system experts.  System communications are based on a distributed (peer to peer) communications residing on an industry standard (LAN) topology.
  • Industry Standard Relational Database (ODBC compliant) provided which allows for a two-way communication link to the plant scheduling system to provide a real time status of the material in the WIP Conveyor System.
  • Graphic Display Workstations with Touch Screen Interface and Radio Frequency Mobile Data Terminals provide a “controlled” access to all Inventory and Work-in process information.  This information is provided in a graphical format to allow an operator to easily locate and view the contents of a specific conveyor and/or unit of material.  Information can also be printed showing the latest production counts for the desired material.
  • System Diagnostics will provide alarm and error detection to any or all workstations to provide immediate notification of supervisor and maintenance personnel of possible failures in the system minimizing down time.
  • Redundant Monitoring and Database System provides an instantaneous “back-up” automatically in the event that the Main Data Workstation should fail or go off-line.
  • Modular System Design provides the flexibility to expand the number of Workstations, add Bar Code Collection, or communicate with other plant scheduling software systems.


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