Standards Worldwide
Standards Worldwide
Phone +49 30 58885700-07

Technical rule [CURRENT]

VDI 5600 Blatt 2:2013-03

Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) - Cost effectiveness

German title
Fertigungsmanagementsysteme (Manufacturing Execution Systems - MES) - Wirtschaftlichkeit
Publication date
2013-03
Original language
German, English
Pages
44

Please select

from 113.70 EUR VAT included

from 106.26 EUR VAT excluded

Purchasing options

PDF download
  • 113.70 EUR

Shipment (3-5 working days)
  • 126.60 EUR

Standards Ticker 1
1

Learn more about the standards ticker

Online service subscriptions

This document also features in an online service. Online services not only give you electronic access to collections of standards, they contain lots of extra information too (such as directives, legal texts, commentaries, etc.). There are automatic updates on a regular basis – and online services also give you large savings compared with the cost of purchasing standards individually.

Suitable online services
Publication date
2013-03
Original language
German, English
Pages
44

Quick delivery via download or delivery service

Buy securely with a credit card or pay upon receipt of invoice

All transactions are encrypted

Short description
When introducing an MES a company has to calculate the involved costs and estimate the benefits with precision to ensure its investment decision. This guideline supports companies which are willing to introduce an MES or which are already working with it, to estimate cost and benefits that occur during the introduction phase or during operation of an MES. Thus, helping to facilitate the cost-benefit analysis. When introducing a software project empirically it is hard to calculate the cost-benefit. Especially the benefit is disputed when speaking with decision makers. One-time charge and permanent costs as well as monetary and non-monetary costs are considered when looking at cost-benefit. The guideline considers quantifiable benefits and unquantifiable production-independent benefits. In addition, benefit factors are discussed which result from an MES implementation, such as reorganization and updating of the leading ERP application.
Content
ICS
35.240.50
Also available in
Loading recommended items...
Loading recommended items...
Loading recommended items...
Loading recommended items...