Electronics Manufacturing Software

Electronics manufacturing software is a set of tools used by manufacturers to plan, execute, and report on the production of electronic goods. Common features include supply chain management, material supplier planning, recall management, and make/buy reporting, among others. By streamlining and automating routine processes, electronics manufacturing software helps manufacturers increase production while using fewer resources.

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abas ERP

abas Business Software serves mid-market manufacturers in the Assemble-to-Order, Make-to-Order and Engineer-to-Order environment. abas ERP supports over 2,700 manufacturers and distributors and boasts a retention rate of 93%. ...Read more

4.01 (43 reviews)

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S2K Enterprise

VAI’s is an independent software developer and the author of S2K Enterprise, an award winning cloud-based ERP solution utilized by customers operating across the distribution, manufacturing, specialty retail, and service sectors, ...Read more

4.25 (8 reviews)

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JOBSCOPE

Jobscope is a cloud-based manufacturing solution that helps aerospace, electronics, industrial machinery, metals, automotive and high technology companies in enterprise resource planning (ERP) functions. Key modules of the solutio...Read more

4.33 (3 reviews)

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ShopVue

ShopVue is an on-premise shop floor control solution designed for job-centric discrete manufacturing businesses. It offers labor tracking production planning, machine monitoring, component control and time and attendance tracking ...Read more

4.13 (12 reviews)

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IFS Applications

IFS Applications is an extensive software system that serves the needs of large and medium-sized manufacturers with order-driven and mixed-mode management tools and full integration capabilities....Read more

3.76 (25 reviews)

2 recommendations

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Decision Builder

Decision Builder ERP Software, with installations for businesses in over 60 different vertical markets in North America, primarily serves the diverse business needs of manufacturing distribution, and service providers....Read more

0.00 (1 reviews)

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Infor LN

From large, global, multi-site manufacturing enterprises to smaller, single-site organizations, Infor LN has capabilities designed to meet discrete manufacturers' needs. Infor LN is available on premise or in the cloud as CloudSui...Read more

3.91 (22 reviews)

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Dynamics 365 Business Central

Supporting specialized functionality for distribution, manufacturing, government, and other industries, Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a highly customizable system that benefits from numerous partner-developed vertical extensions....Read more

3.78 (99 reviews)

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Configure One

Configure One CPQ is a cloud-based product configurator designed specifically for products that are configurable, customizable or have multiple options. The configurator solution is compatible with both large and small businesses....Read more

4.38 (48 reviews)

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SCP 4.0

Companies adopting SCP 4.0 have reported up to 65% inventory reductions and annual savings over $2 million. This vendor managed inventory and demand planning solution provides great suggestions to keep inventory on target....Read more

4.39 (9 reviews)

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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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Expandable ERP

Expandable by Expandable Software, Inc. is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution designed for manufacturers of all sizes. It offers material requirement planning, production planning, accounting, business intelligence and...Read more

4.78 (23 reviews)

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Manufacturing & SFC

Transform your extensive manufacturing processes into easily accessible, efficient procedures. Geneva Systems offers GBMS-MRP & Manufacturing Execution software. bar code-based solution that enables you to electronically and ef...Read more

0.00 (1 reviews)

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E-Z-MRP

E-Z-MRP is a manufacturing software solution for make-to-stock, make-to-order and batch process manufacturers. The system is used by a variety of manufacturers including automotive, aerospace, metals, electronics, industrial machi...Read more

4.00 (1 reviews)

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Made2Manage ERP

Aptean Industrial Manufacturing is designed for manufacturers in job shops and dynamic "to-order" and mixed-mode environments. It's suitable for SMB manufacturers in industries like industrial equipment, electronics and fabricated...Read more

3.42 (66 reviews)

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NetSuite

With an integrated system that includes ERP, financials, commerce, inventory management, HR, PSA, supply chain management, CRM and more – NetSuite enables fast-growing businesses across all industries to work more effectively by a...Read more

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M1 ERP

ECI M1 is a subscription-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, available on-premise or via the cloud, that automates financials, inventory, production, sales/quoting and production planning. The solution is suitable for...Read more

3.68 (66 reviews)

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ERP123

ERP123 offers small and midsize manufacturers and distributors an ERP solution that automates and integrates business operations. This software allows the user to the organize their MRP, inventory management, picking and shipping,...Read more

4.50 (6 reviews)

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PBS Accounting

PBS Accounting is robust professional level accounting software that fits a wide range of businesses and grows with your company. The CashPoint version acts as back end accounting for multiple industry specific applications, inclu...Read more

4.52 (31 reviews)

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SYSPRO

About SYSPRO SYSPRO is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that is industry-built and provides last-mile capabilities for manufacturing and distribution businesses. SYSPRO provides the solutions, processes, and tools to...Read more

4.21 (95 reviews)

2 recommendations

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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is an enterprise resource planning software with primary features such as real estate management, human capital management, environmental health and safety and commodity trading. What is JD...Read more

4.13 (136 reviews)

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Buyers Guide

Last Updated: March 11, 2022

In this buyers guide, we'll cover:

What is electronics manufacturing software?

Electronics manufacturing software is a set of tools used by manufacturers to plan, execute, and report on the production of electronic goods. Common features include supply chain management, material supplier planning, recall management, and make/buy reporting, among others. By streamlining and automating routine processes, electronics manufacturing software helps manufacturers increase production while using fewer resources.

Electronic manufacturers run the gamete from small shops specializing in purpose-built, single-use and prototype devices to large billion-dollar behemoths churning out TVs, computers and MP3 players for the global market. Those companies that fall in between include chip foundries that make core components, those that make precision equipment such as medical diagnostic devices and certified equipment manufacturers such as slot machines and voting systems.

Regardless of the type of electronics manufacturer, each needs excellent supply chain management (SCM). Many electronic components are made by a single or small number of suppliers. If there is a supply chain disruption, production can be limited by materials on-hand. Electronic parts catalogs, order entry, order placement, and receiving are the most important modules of an electronics manufacturer’s management system. Manufacturing planning and scheduling are also important; these systems must also produce compliance reports as required. The key aspect is to have systems that can integrate directly with suppliers’ accounting systems to confirm stock status, shipping times, order status and current pricing.

General ledger, accounts receivable and payroll are standard. As part of supply chain management, accounts payable may link directly to supplier’s accounting systems for electronic payments. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, integrating all aspects of managing operations, are common in electronics manufacturers but best-of-breed solutions are used as well. On-premises systems are the rule, but cloud-based manufacturing systems are becoming increasingly popular.

 

Common Features of Electronics Manufacturing Software

To address their unique business requirements, electronic manufacturers should evaluate the following functions:

Supply chain management Electronics manufacturers need transparency into suppliers’ systems. Order status, supplier inventory, current pricing, order entry and payment can all be integrated between supplier and manufacturer.
Make/buy reporting Many electronics systems require subassemblies. Make/buy reporting applies job estimating to subassemblies to see if it is more profitable to make or buy components. Advanced systems will factor in time to build or buy as well as cost.
Process planning reporting In order to estimate and track jobs, the process for each step for fabrication must be planned and documented. The process planning reports track the development of the process plan for each product.
Material supplier planning Part of make/buy process, material supplier planning assigns a bill of materials to each subassembly. This also allows make/buy decisions to be based on current market prices for material and labor for each product and production run.
Component substitution If a preferred component is not available, the inventory system should provide any alternative components. The runs with alternative components should be tracked for recall management.
Workload planning As part of the manufacturing planning process, shop floor managers can adjust the workload to leverage the most expensive equipment to depreciate or minimize usage of the most expensive to run. Managers can also manage workloads of shop workers, taking into account workers’ preferences.
Engineering change management The system should track engineering changes and their impact on manufacturing time and cost-per-unit. It should also be easy to enter the changes into the system so that the changes can flow to other products and the overall production schedule.
Serial number management Serial numbers must be linked to specific products, including any variations such as color options. The numbers must be tied to production runs as part of recall management.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Any electronic device sold in the United States that emits radio frequency interference (RFI) must be registered with the FCC. The system should produce the information required to complete the registration process and provide updates if the design changes.
EPA compliance reporting Electronics manufacturers are subject to the EPA’s Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule Subpart I. The system should prepare compliance reports as required.
Consumer labeling management Electronics manufacturers are required to provide labeling for various countries and states, such as Canadian Standards Association (CSA) approvals and California Proposition 65 warnings. The system should track which standards apply for each product and provide labeling specifications as required.
Certified design management If the manufacturer produces certified electronics, the system should provide compliance reports for the certification authority. It should also enforce the stipulations of the certification, such as no component substitutions or no changes in software.
Recall management The system should support product recalls by identifying which runs are affected and which customers received them.