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Production controlling.

Business intelligence in pro­duc­tion: signals on the sequence of pro­duc­tion pro­ces­ses, the dead­line situ­ation, through­put time, quality and productivity.

  • fast integration of all software systems relating to supply chain management, store floor management and production planning and control

  • connection to other business applications and data sources, e.g. sales or HR

  • flexible, AI-supported analysis of all key production figures, including data mining

  • automatic KPI presentation on large screens and kiosk systems directly in production

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Business Intelligence for production controlling.

Bissantz reveals strengths and weaknesses in production controlling.

Are capacities fully utilized? Production controlling with Bissantz provides signals on the sequence of produc­tion processes, the dead­line situation, through­put time, quality and produc­tivity. Our evalu­ations show the causes of any disrup­tions and provide indi­cations of measures for system mainte­nance. The focus is on the relation­ship between available and utilized capacity, the waiting time for orders in bottle­neck situations or the average length of queues.

Our deviation and cause analyses provide early warning signals at all levels and across all depart­ments. The quantity or value output per period often indicates to manage­ment whether interven­tions and correc­tions are necessary. Sometimes unfavorably selected para­meters of the PPS system are respon­sible for disrup­tions, for example incorrect settings of the antici­pation and safety times of individual orders, or schedu­ling with unsuitable forecasting algorithms.

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Deviation analysis.

The automated calculation of relative, absolute and cumulative deviations quickly shows how results differ from set targets. This creates time for strategic analyses and enables timely adjustments.

Cause analysis.

With Bissantz software, key figures can be automatically broken down into causing and compensating elements. This allows you to quickly and clearly identify the causes of deviations and take targeted action.

Trend identification.

Historical data helps to identify patterns and risks. And they provide a good basis for forecasts. Bissantz automates the calculation of historical and forecast values for faster and better results.


Good data visuali­zation ensures clarity and compre­hen­sibility. Bissantz facilitates the selection of the right graphic type, graphic place­ment, scaling and coloring with AI-supported auto­mation and according to uni­versal standards.

Early warning.

As part of exception reporting, Bissantz auto­ma­tically gene­rates exception messages and reports that are required when certain events occur or thres­hold values are exceeded in order to react quickly.

User friendliness.

Standardized data visuali­zation and the auto­mated assign­ment of names, signs, color codes, number scaling and much more make Bissantz soft­ware an intuitive tool for analysis, planning and reporting.

Which tasks does Bissantz support?

All of them – as a matter of principle: because our logic for evaluation and visuali­zation is universally valid. Our customers use our soft­ware for all typical produc­tion controlling tasks. They decide on changes to the production program, choose between in-house production and external procure­ment, order procure­ment, material changes in parts lists, maintenance scheduling and strategy,

internal transfer prices, changes to the remuneration system or employee selection and investment policy.

Our customers use the standar­dized evaluations and visuali­zations of our software in production controlling for many other topics. These include:

  • capacity expansion

  • cost allocation

  • date check

  • expediting

  • incentive systems

  • order procurement

  • parts lists

  • priority changes

  • production process planning

  • production program

  • production regulations

  • punctuality premiums

  • replacement investments

  • sales activities

  • service capacity

  • weak point analysis

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Which key figures does Bissantz support?

All of them – as a matter of principle: the key figures in production controlling and all other func­tions are not the by-product of opera­tional up­stream systems, but are created in a multi-stage process. They are defined and then implemented.

Data from various tables is merged, filtered and summarized. Our soft­ware auto­mates the necessary steps. This allows you to generate exactly the key figures you need – for example:

  • capacity utilization

  • capital commitment

  • complaints

  • costs

  • delivery reliability

  • delivery times

  • large parts

  • length of queues

  • maintenance intervals

  • material use

  • missed deadlines

  • operational readiness

  • output quantity

  • output value

  • production hours

  • rejects

  • scrap, waste

  • throughput time

  • warranty cases

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Which perspectives does Bissantz master?

All of them – as a matter of principle: the more charac­teristics are available for analysis, the more valuable the key figures in production controlling are. Our evalu­ation logic for production controlling and all other functions is therefore always multi­dimen­sional, because it is precisely these characteristics,

often structured in hierarchies, which provide indications of possible causes or act as levers.

These characteristics are typical for production controlling:

  • capacities

  • cost center

  • employees

  • machine types

  • material type

  • operating resources

  • orders

  • organizational units

  • process type

  • product groups

  • products

  • storage locations

  • time periods

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Which data sources does Bissantz know?

All of them – as a matter of principle: The key figures for production controlling and all other functions are usually fed from several data­bases. We query them via standard interfaces,

cleanse and combine them and prepare them as required for analysis, planning and reporting. The sources for production controlling include, for example:

  • cost center accounting

  • cost unit accounting

  • fixed asset accounting

  • inventory management

  • invoicing

  • issuing credit notes

  • maintenance planning

  • order entry

  • order verification

  • payroll accounting

  • production data acquisition

  • production planning

  • production progress control

  • sales forecast

  • shipping logistics

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