What is AMS?
The value of AMS to an enterprise
How to use AMS - Overall business processes & capabilities
Main considerations of AMS production scheduling

Configurable multi-organizational scheduling

Production routing and order allocation

Limited capacity planning

Upstream and Downstream Collaborative Manufacturing

Assessment of demand/supply imbalances

Fast delivery assessment

Simulation analysis and comparison of multiple plan versions

Adjustment of capacity and materials

Out-of-material impact

1 Plan data synchronization
Master data can be imported from external sources or maintained in the APS (AMS) system.


Stock Point


Master Resource Group/Master Resource

Tool Resource Group/Tool Resource



Work Shift

Resource Calendar

Schedulable Resource



2 Routing selection
APS can split work orders to achieve flexible production, meet the quantity constraints of production lines, sites, etc., and shorten manufacturing lead times
Split by batch
A work order can be split into multiple production batches, each of which can flow independently
Split by process
Work orders can be split/combined on each process to meet the capacity and process constraints of different production facilities
3 Material Allocation and Alignment Checking
Intelligent material allocation and alignment checks are performed on work orders and generate work order production loading schedules. Timely completion of alignment is helpful to effectively reduce material stagnation.
4 Resource Selection and Sequence Optimization
Solve the process scheduling and optimization problems
Set planning parameters: Flexibly defining different scheduling cycles, calculation processes, relevant scheduling parameters and evaluation indexes according to actual business needs.
Resource capacity limitation:Scheduling calculation according to the capacity limitation of different types of production lines, machines, personnel and work equipment.
Lead time expression:Scheduling calculation considering various constraints and business regulations.
Resource selection and sequence optimization: Multi-objective optimization of production line switching, delivery time achievement, and inventory level.
Separate processing of the near and far future: Scheduling processing of started, issued, planned and unplanned orders.
5 Plan evaluation and improvement

Visualizing and managing machine operation sequence and capacity load

Analyzing material inventory levels and visualizing inventory loads

Dashboards and statistical reports to provide data support for plan evaluation and improvement

Providing detailed analysis of order delivery delays

Plan simulation analysis and multi-version comparison

6 Plan execution tracking
Receiving production report information, responding to the difference between the plan and the actual, and making timely adjustments to the plan status to realize real-time adjustment of the production plan
7 Abnormality handling

On-site processing, Plan adjustment in next planning cycle

Adjusting the plan immediately and reissue it

Obtaining the abnormality information

Assessing the impact of the abnormal: order suspension, postponement, etc.

Simulation analysis and plan adjustment

Collaborating with upstream and downstream departments on planning

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