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Implementing Project-based Manufacturing for Engineer-to-Order Industries
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Location: Studio 6 - 10/7/21, 8:30 PM - 10/7/21, 9:00 PM (Europe/Brussels) (30 minutes)

Implementing Project-based Manufacturing for Engineer-to-Order Industries
Kedar Joshi Senior Project Delivery Manager  at Bista Solutions

Kedar Joshi has been an integral part of Bista Solutions for the past six years. Currently working as a senior project manager, he is the subject matter expert when it comes to all things manufacturing. With over 20 years of experience in the ERP domain, working with multiple companies around the globe - Mr. Joshi dominates the field of cloud software solutions. In fact, his passion for the profession has allowed him to acquire the skills needed to excel in related areas such as business analysis, consultations, pre-sales, project implementation as well as custom projects.

In today's challenging business environment, mid-sized manufacturers are faced with increasing pressures from competitors - pressure to reduce costs, improve and maintain quality, and decrease lead times. Project designers and manufacturers face unique challenges due to the complexity of the products they build and the particular requirements of the project-based, engineer-to-order (ETO) environment. Today, companies look to information technology to help improve their processes and gain a competitive edge.

The goal of this topic is to help people understand how Engineer to Order / Project Manufacturing requirements can be achieved with the implementation of an Odoo solution. This talk is geared towards small and mid-sized customers in the manufacturing vertical looking to implement an ERP solution with an understanding of the ETO in Odoo. The key learning points will include the requirements needed for ETO and how to set up the Project Manufacturing in Odoo. Furthermore, we will also be addressing Various Master configurations, Transactions, and Reports associated with ETO / Project Manufacturing domains in Odoo.


Manufacturing systems are typically designed with what at the heart of the system?
In today's challenging business environment, what are some of the midsize manufacturers' increasing pressures?
Manufacturing design decisions are highly what?