ERP Term
"Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS)"

A method that balances capacity and materials and provides an optimum schedule to the manufacturing process.

Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) is a method that balances capacity and materials and provides an optimum schedule for manufacturing. This ensures that production can be completed on time and within budget while meeting customer demand. 

APS systems consider all aspects of the manufacturing process, from raw materials to finished products. This allows for more efficient use of resources and can help to avoid bottlenecks and other production problems. 

APS can be used in a variety of industries, including food and beverage, chemical, automotive, and electronics manufacturing. It is also suitable for use in other types of businesses, such as construction and service companies.

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