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Major Functions of Our Operations Management

We cover many major operations management solutions. Our comprehensive approach ensures that your business operations are streamlined, efficient, and optimized, enabling you to achieve operational excellence and drive sustainable growth.

01. Operations Management Software Consulting

Our operations management software consultant may undertake various activities depending on the client’s specific needs, including designing the overall architecture, preparing an integration plan to ensure smooth implementation, providing user support, and ongoing maintenance and troubleshooting.

02. Operations Management Software Development

Our operations management software developer takes different approaches depending on the specific requirements. Some key steps typically involved in this process include business needs analysis and operations management software integration with existing systems and processes.

03. Operations Management Software Maintenance

Our operations management software maintenance experts work on various tasks, including troubleshooting software glitches, developing new features or updates, and providing customer support. They have strong problem-solving skills and think creatively to meet users’ needs.

Benefits of Production/Service Operations Management

  • Improved resource utilization with minimized risks of over or underutilization.
  • Streamlined resource scheduling to service requests or new projects.
  • Analytics-based capacity planning and production KPIs monitoring.
  • Improved quality & regulatory compliance due to standardized operational processes.
  • Reduced reporting latency due to automated collection and analysis of operational data.
  • Improved productivity and collaboration of employees due to automated request and order routing.

Features of Our Product Operations Management

Our product operations management offers comprehensive features designed to optimize your product lifecycle. With our robust solution, you can effectively manage product development, track inventory, ensure timely delivery, and maximize customer satisfaction, all while driving profitability and growth.


Production Planning

Production planning encompasses all activities to ensure that the correct products are produced promptly and cost-effectively. This includes establishing production KPIs, creating a material requirements plan, and adjusting the production schedule as needed.

Operations Optimization

Our operations optimization includes strategies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your production process. It can be done by using artificial intelligence (AI) suggestions for or optimizing inventory management across multiple locations.

Production Order Management

Production Order Management is creating, costing, routing, and generating production orders within a manufacturing or production environment. It ensures that goods are produced efficiently and timely while minimizing costs and meeting capacity requirements.

Inventory Management

Inventory management for production operations management involves monitoring inventory levels, setting alerts for low-level inventory, and tracking inventory status. By keeping track of these things, production operations managers can ensure that their company always has the materials to meet demand.

Warehouse Management

Warehouse Management for Production Operations Management involves using technology to optimize inventory storage and retrieval. This can include using AI-based inventory storage suggestions, order picking routing, packing suggestions, and other similar technologies.

Sales Order Management

Our sales order management involves taking a sales order and turning it into a completed sale. This includes creating and tracking sales orders, generating invoices, and managing purchase orders to provide visibility into potential delays.

Purchase Order Management

Purchase Order Management (POM) refers to the creation and tracking of purchase orders through an automated process. Our POM encompasses request creation, status tracking, and automated routing for approval. This facilitates the efficient and accurate ordering of goods and services from the supplier(s).

Equipment Maintenance Management

Equipment Maintenance refers to the tasks and processes of maintaining machines and other production-related equipment. This may include creating machine maintenance schedules, tracking machine statuses, and recording maintenance requests.

Production Quality Control

Our Production Quality Control encompasses various activities and processes, from creating quality control charts to scheduling and assigning quality checks. Through the process, we ensure that products are manufactured to the highest possible standards to maintain a strong reputation and competitive edge in the marketplace.

Workforce Management

Streamline communication between planners and employees with workforce scheduling, performance reports, and instant messaging. Efficiently manage employee shifts and assignments while gaining insights into individual and team performance. Foster collaboration and quick coordination through seamless and timely communication, contributing to enhanced productivity and overall operational efficiency.

Analytics Reporting

Harness the power of analytics and reporting for informed decision-making in production management. Gain insights into product demand forecasting, production capacity analysis, and workforce demand forecasting. Evaluate the impact of production schedule adjustments and optimize capacity utilization through comprehensive reports on machine and workforce utilization. Monitor production outputs, costs, inventory carrying costs, and historical purchasing trends for efficient production management and cost analysis.

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The Sectors We Cover Under Our Operations Management

Software For Production Operations

We work with manufacturing-based businesses that need to optimize production and warehouse activity, streamline maintenance of machinery and equipment, purchase and sell materials, and manage a workforce.

Software For Service Operations

We also work for service and project-centric companies that need to optimize service-related activities and improve management of human resources, projects, service requests, supply chain, and T&E.

Features of Our Service Operations Management


Service Planning & Optimization

Service planning and optimization include setting up service-related workflows, establishing performance baselines, and performing trend analysis. It also involves the identification of key performance indicators (KPIs), developing scorecards and dashboards, and implementing a continuous service improvement management process.

Project Tasks & Service Requests Management

Project tasks and service requests management manages the assignment of tasks/requests to employees and tracks their progress. It includes maintaining a system for recording when tasks are assigned, what stage they are at, and who is working on them. It may also include tracking employees' work.

Time & Expense Management

Our time and expense management usually refers to the activities and tools used to manage an individual or organization's time and expenses. It includes configurable timesheets, tracking of working hours, and automated invoice generation.

Document management includes the centralized storage of documents related to service operations and auto-referencing those documents. This allows for easier retrieval and organization of information, improving service operations' efficiency and effectiveness.

Supply management includes barcode-based tracking of supplies, purchase order creation, and status tracking. By managing supplies effectively, service operations managers can ensure that their organizations can meet customer demands in a timely and efficient manner.

Project & Service Analytics

Project and service analytics can provide valuable insights for organizations looking to improve their service operations. By understanding the effects of changes, forecasting revenue, and assessing risks, businesses can make more informed decisions to help them achieve their strategic goals.

Human Resource Management

Centralized HR data provides up-to-date employee profiles, enabling efficient allocation and AI-driven resource suggestions. Real-time demand forecasting and configurable capacity utilization dashboards help monitor capacity usage, alert managers and PMs on underutilization, and provide AI-driven recommendations for resource engagement.

Project Management

Project planning involves setting goals, milestones, timeline, budget, and stakeholders. Process breakdown involves creating and editing tasks, estimating time and resources, creating form-based requests, monitoring progress, margin, budget, and providing customizable alerts.

Get All Your Operations Management Solutions in One Place

We specialize in providing solutions for every aspect of operations management, which makes us an economical and convenient choice for many companies.

Our operations management solutions include everything from process improvement and project management to resource planning and data analytics. Whether you’re looking to improve your existing operations or start from scratch, we can help you achieve your goals.

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Ultimate User Guide to Operations Management

Introduction to Operations Management

Operations management is the process of planning, directing, and coordinating the events that take place within an organization. It encompasses various activities, including product creation, inventory management, logistics, quality control, and more.

Most organizations have an operations department that oversees these activities. Operations managers typically use various tools and techniques to streamline processes and improve efficiency. They may also implement new technologies or introduce new production methods to stay competitive.

Operations management is a critical function in any organization; without proper planning and execution, it would be difficult to produce goods or services effectively. Operations managers must constantly improve efficiency and productivity in today’s business environment.

Important Integrations for Production OMS

Here are some of the important integrations for Production Operations Management Systems (OMS) to enhance operational efficiency:

  • Business Intelligence (BI) tools: Gain insights into operational dependencies and trends, aiding in planning and optimization.
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM) software: Streamline purchase orders, monitor order status, and transfer production planning data.
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software: Enable seamless transfer of customer orders, stock updates, and production capacity information.
  • Financial software: Ensure accurate accounting, cost management, and supplier payment conditions.
  • Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software: Automate updates of product design information and attach bills of materials.
  • Manufacturing Execution System (MES): Monitor production in real-time and execute planned orders.
  • Human Resources Management (HRM) software: Efficiently schedule tasks based on resource availability.

Different Types of Operations Management

Here are some key types of operation management:

  • Manufacturing Operations Management: It focuses on coordinating and controlling manufacturing processes. It involves production planning, scheduling, inventory management, quality control, and maintenance.
  • Service Operations Management: It involves designing and managing service delivery processes. It includes service design, capacity planning, service quality management, customer relationship management, and performance measurement.
  • Supply Chain Operations Management: It optimizes activities across the supply chain. It includes supplier management, demand forecasting, procurement, logistics, and distribution.
  • Project Operations Management: It deals with the planning, execution, and control of projects. It includes project planning, resource allocation, scheduling, risk management, and performance tracking.
  • Quality Operations Management: It ensures that products or services meet or exceed customer expectations. It involves quality planning, control, assurance, and continuous improvement.
  • Maintenance Operations Management: It focuses on planning and executing maintenance activities for optimal performance and longevity of assets and facilities.

Lead Operations

Key principles of Lean Operations include:

  • Continuous Improvement: Encouraging a culture of ongoing improvement by empowering employees to identify and solve problems, driving incremental enhancements to processes.
  • Waste Reduction: Identifying and eliminating various forms of waste, such as overproduction, excess inventory, defects, waiting times, unnecessary transportation, and inefficient motion.
  • Just-in-Time (JIT): Implementing JIT principles to deliver the right products, in the right quantities, at the right time, minimizing inventory and reducing lead times.
  • Standardization: Establishing standard work procedures and practices to ensure consistency, reduce variation, and enhance predictability.
  • Value Stream Mapping: Mapping and analyzing the entire value stream to identify bottlenecks, inefficiencies, and areas for improvement.

Through Lean Operations, organizations can enhance operational efficiency, improve customer satisfaction, and achieve sustainable competitive advantages by focusing on value creation while eliminating waste.

Inventory Management

Key elements of effective Inventory Management include:

  • Demand Forecasting: Utilizing historical data, market trends, and customer insights to accurately predict demand and plan inventory levels accordingly.
  • Inventory Optimization: Balancing the costs associated with carrying inventory, such as holding costs and stockouts, to determine the optimal inventory levels that meet customer demand while minimizing costs.
  • Replenishment Strategies: Implementing appropriate techniques, such as Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) or Just-in-Time (JIT), to determine when and how much inventory to reorder.
  • ABC Analysis: Classifying inventory items into categories based on their value and implementing differentiated management strategies for each category to optimize resources.
  • Inventory Tracking & Monitoring: Utilizing inventory management systems and technologies to track and monitor stock levels, identify potential stockouts or excess inventory, and facilitate efficient order fulfillment.
  • Supplier Collaboration: Collaborating with suppliers to establish efficient supply chains, improve lead times, and implement vendor-managed inventory (VMI) or consignment inventory systems for enhanced control

Effective Inventory Management helps organizations prevent stockouts, reduce carrying costs, improve cash flow, and ensure timely order fulfillment, ultimately contributing to enhanced customer satisfaction and increased profitability.

Process Design & Analysis

Process design and analysis is a critical aspect of operations management that involves creating and evaluating efficient and effective operational processes. 

It aims to design and optimize workflows to achieve desired outcomes, such as improved productivity, reduced costs, enhanced quality, and increased customer satisfaction. Key steps in process design and analysis include:

Step 1: Defining process objectives: Clearly articulating the goals and outcomes that the process should achieve.

Step 2: Mapping the process: Visualizing the sequence of activities, decision points, and information flows involved in the process.

Step 3:  Identifying process inputs and outputs: Understanding the resources, data, and materials required as inputs, and the desired outcomes as outputs.

Step 4: Analyzing process performance: Assessing process metrics, such as cycle time, throughput, quality, and resource utilization, to identify areas of improvement.

Step 5:  Identifying improvement opportunities: Using process analysis techniques to identify bottlenecks, waste, and areas for streamlining and optimization.

Step 6: Redesigning or optimizing the process: Implementing changes to the process design, such as workflow modifications, automation, standardization, or technology integration, to improve performance.

Step 7 : Continuous improvement: Establishing a culture of ongoing evaluation, measurement, and refinement to continuously enhance the process and adapt to changing needs.

Quality Management and Six Sigma 

Quality management is a comprehensive approach to ensuring that products or services meet or exceed customer expectations. It involves implementing processes, systems, and strategies to enhance quality throughout the value chain.

One widely adopted methodology within quality management is Six Sigma. It is a data-driven approach aimed at minimizing process defects and variation. 

It emphasizes rigorous measurement, statistical analysis, and process improvement to achieve high quality and operational performance levels.

By implementing Six Sigma, organizations can identify root causes of defects or inefficiencies, optimize processes, and reduce errors, leading to improved customer satisfaction and increased profitability.

The fundamental principles of Six Sigma include defining project goals, measuring current performance, analyzing data to identify improvement opportunities, implementing process changes, and controlling the newly improved process to sustain the gains.

Successful implementation of Six Sigma requires commitment from leadership, training of employees, and a culture of continuous improvement. 

It has been widely utilized in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, finance, and service sectors to drive quality improvement and operational excellence.

By integrating quality management principles and Six Sigma methodologies, organizations can enhance their ability to consistently deliver high-quality products or services, improve customer satisfaction, and achieve operational efficiency.



Q. Why should I choose ValueCoders for Operations Management software solutions?

Ans. Here are four reasons to choose ValueCoders for Operations Management software solutions:

  1.  ValueCoders has experience creating custom software to support business operations.
  2. Our team of developers is skilled in using the latest technologies and approaches to develop Operations Management software that meets clients’ specific needs.
  3. We closely work with our clients to understand their business processes & design and build software that automates these processes, making your operations more efficient and streamlined.
  4. We are committed to providing excellent customer service, so you can be confident that you will receive the support you need when you need it.

Q. How much do you charge to develop an Operations Management software?

Ans. To get an accurate estimate for the cost of developing an Operations Management software, we need to know more about the specific requirements of your project. Development costs vary depending on the size and complexity of the project, as well as the number of developers working on it.

For example, a small project with just a few features may only require a handful of developers and take just a few months to complete. A larger project with more complex features could require a team of 20 or more developers working for one year or more.

However, you can generally expect to pay anywhere from $10,000 to $500,000 for a custom Operations Management software solution.

Q. How do I find a top Operations Management software solutions company?

Ans. There are a few ways to find a top Operations Management software solutions company. One way is to research companies that offer Operations Management software development services. You can look at their websites, read customer reviews, and compare pricing.
You can ask for recommendations from people you know who have a working knowledge of the software development industry. Once you have some names of companies to research, you can narrow your search by looking at their portfolios, case studies, and online customer reviews.

When you find a company that seems like a good fit, you can contact them to discuss your project ‌and see if they can provide what you need.

Q. What integrations can you perform for Operations Management software?

Ans. At ValueCoders, we offer integrations for Operations Management software that include:

  • Business Intelligence (BI) Tool Integration
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM) Integration
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Integration
  • Financial Software Integration
  • Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Integration
  • Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Integration
  • Human Resources Management (HRM) Integration

These integrations enable streamlined processes, enhanced visibility, and improved efficiency in your operations. With our expertise, we can tailor these integrations to meet your specific business needs.

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