Copper Stock and Inventory with Production Tracking in Wire Manufacturing Industry Proposal

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The Problem

In our company, we are working with a Desktop application software developed, which partially meet the management expectation and needs more customization to make the process simpler and easier and more user friendly The existing version of software is developed using traditional Visual Basic version 6 (VB6) and MYSQL as backend  While doing the case study in the existing system, it has been discovered that tracking the inventory levels of copper is not straight forward. Every time the resources should calculate the list of copper utilized during a course of time, calculate and analyse the requirements for the future, and place the next order to the vendors that is not accurate and precise. It takes lot of time to track production, sales, past orders, wastage and future orders manually. Not only the above, improper planning results to wasting useful labor in trivial works, and is also prone to human error

Another major drawback on using the existing system is the employees in the production area have to leave the production area, go to a computer, log in to the computers, open the software, provide the required inputs, get information about the input product, and provide the required updates. And the process to do that takes about thirty minutes to an hour To overcome this situation, we plan to build an android mobile app where the employees can bring an android phone or tab into the production area and enter the inputs and get all the information that they need in about one second. That is really the beauty of mobile software. It simplifies some complex tasks that do not need to be complex. Our business model is very simple but the Desktop Software that is being used is complex.

What we need

The best way to simplify complex business processes and make employees’ jobs easier is to customize the existing version of desktop software and to develop home grown mobile applications. Since android version devices are cheap we plan to develop android application that will get the input from the user and synchronize that information into the main server similarly, the same approach will be used for the output.

The Opportunity  after the initial discussion with our IT organization with IT heads, the goals / key are derived as below Some of them are the key criteria’s

  1. Current version  of  application  platform  should  be  customized  according  to  the  needs  of  each    So  the  existing  application  source  code  should  be  altered  / modified  to  meet  the  requirement. No clear roadmap is laid to follow the requirements.
  2. Develop an android version of the software that will help the users to use the system in the areas where desktops cannot be used.

Things Considered for Development

Simplify Process Control

  • Dynamic estimation of copper consumption (Category wise – RBD, MMH1, MMH2, MMH3, Buncher, Sheeting, Stranding, Insulation)
  • Tracking of copper from Purchase Order (PO) to Delivery
  • Estimation of all resources, analyze and compare with actual production.
  • Process wise raw material usage and comparison with estimation.
  • Purchase history to avoid peak pricing and reduce procurement costs.

Simplify Purchase Operation

  • Create PO and track the purchase depending on
    Ist Fortnight (From 1st to 15th of Every Month)
    2nd Fortnight (From 16th to 31st of Every Month)
    CSP (End of Day)
    M-1 (1 -31 of Previous Month)
    M+1 (1-31 of Next Month)
    Spot Boiling (Any Time)
  • Maintain Re-order level
  • Purchase Management with purchase price variance and review depending upon Provisional Price and Finance Price
  • Ability to view the previous Booking
  • Track Booking
  • Report based on duration booking
  • Excise Returns
  • Price Arrival is made on either Domestic or International which depends upon London Metal Exchange, Premium / Metric Ton, Dollar RateTherefore Price per Metric Ton = LME + Premium / Metric Ton + $rate x Metric Factor+ Freight
  • Production Planning
  • Tentative Sales
  • Considering Stock

Sales

  • Customer Tentative
  • Against Purchase Order (PO)

Better Production Control & Inventory

  • Complete Production Control for both situations i.e. make to order and make to stock.
  • Production Scheduling and actual raw material usage while reducing wastage and improving effectiveness.
  • Detailed Stock in, Stock Out and Stock issue with all dynamic situations

Improve in Sales Management

  • Auto reminders that you do not miss out any enquiry.
  • History of all quotations with pricing.
  • Achieve greater sales and customer satisfaction with support, warranty tracking and after-sales-service.

Better Manpower Control

  • Manpower control with task assignments and track productivity.

Excellent Finance Support

  • Managing all transactions and inputs in terms of payment.
  • Approvals and Reminders to make your most important department dynamic.

Other Benefits

  • Identify dead products and eliminate loss-making products from the inventory.
  • Improved decision-making and better ROI.
  • Interactive dashboards with graphical interface.
  • Customizable reports for better decision making.
  • Smooth and systematic structure to work in the organization.
  • Tracking of Baskets either through RFID or QRCode
  • Tracking of Finished Goods (Wooden Wire Coils) with the help of RFID or QRCode
  • Complete Product Tracking, anywhere, anytime using QRCode or RFID

Proposed Architecture

Our proposed project is a real time implementation using recommend latest technologies and Internet of Things (IOT) to meet our demand reducing the investment as low as possible which and also by utilizing the existing systems. For example the price of an android tablet is only Rs.5,000 where as the price of an computer is roughly around 20,000. In the place of investment in one computer we can have 4 android tablets. The benefit of android tablet over desktop computers is given in table below.

Topic Computer Tablets / Smartphones
Power Requires More Power and is dependent on electricity Can operate from 12 to 24 hours if charged for less than an hour. Don’t want to depend on Electricity 24/7
Cost Prices for a computer (desktop or laptop) can vary widely, depending on its capabilities, storage, and other features Prices can range from Rs.20,000 to Rs 25000. Tablets price are cheap starts from as low as from Rs.3,500
Portability Desktop computers are not portable. Laptop computers are portable, lightweight, and easy to place in a backpack, but laptops can become bulky and more difficult to carry around, weighing several pounds. Tablets are more portable than any computer or laptop. They are designed to be taken everywhere with you, thus the very definition of portable.
Operating System We need to ensure that all computers are using Original Operating systems. Tablets come with a more slimmed down operating system because of the limited computing power and memory. The Operating systems in tablet doesn’t need to be purchased and is easily upgradable
Boot time The latest computers running the latest operating systems have improved a lot on their boot time. However, are still slower than a tablet. Generally speaking, most tablets are much faster at booting than most computers.
Data entry and user input A computer uses a keyboard for data entry that most users are familiar with and comfortable using. The mouse is also available for easy scrolling and right-clicking. Tablets use an on-screen keyboard that is smaller than a standard computer keyboard, takes time to learn, and users with bigger fingers may have a hard time typing. We can also Scan and take screenshot
Touchscreen Although most laptops and desktops still have no touch screen support and it is not as easy as tablets. All tablets support a touchscreen, which can be easier for new computer users.

Table 1 – Computer and Tablets / Smartphones Comparison

Figure 1 – Proposed Architecture

Application Development Maintenance (ADM) & Hosting

The following are the requirements for ADM

Hardware
Basic requirement for running Apache Webserver or equivalent

Application
PHP above version 5.6

Database
Mysql

Support (hardware)
Not applicable

Support (software)
mysqli and pdo drivers

Mobile App Requirements
Any android Mobile that supports Wi-Fi

Deployment and testing
No separate server is required

Information assurance
Comply with standard firewalls, Automated Backups

Integration/interoperability
No Middleware is used. Excel / CSV import export or custom module will be developed

Performance
Lightweight Application, Lightweight server, Faster Page Loading with AJAX, Faster Query processing.

Standards
Industry recommended coding standards with proper code commenting and naming conventions.

Defect tracking applications like Bugzilla or mantis or similar applications will be used for monitoring the status on the reported bugs

Proposed Modules

Goods Receivable

At a very high level, the goods receivable will be more or less similar to shown below.

Figure 2 – Receivable of Goods

As soon as we receive the goods, the security will take the screenshot of the vehicle, scan the invoice using the tablet or mobile and save it. This will help the application to indirectly capture the GPS location, the date on which the goods is arrived and the PO against which the order is received, the vendor from whom the goods is received, Date of purchase order, Date of goods received, Vehicle information etc. This will help the system to generate the first QRCode with all the above information and this code will serve as a unique tracking code from start to finish of the process. Another advantage of this QRCode is that it will help on tracking the age of the goods.

Security Scans the Incoming Goods, Generates QRCode and Vehicle is sent to store for despatch

Figure 3 – Receiving Goods and updating Information by Security

Goods inwarded in store is validated and assigned unique QRCode against the invoice scanned by security and physical invoice copy

Figure 4– Receiving Goods and updating information in stores

Goods are unloaded from vehicle and moved to store

Store Maintenance

Figure 5 – Store Maintenance

Goods received from vendor is validated and the various process are tracked using the unique QRCode

Production Tracking

Production in Cables industry is a huge process. It has various steps to be processed to achieve the required product.

Classification of wire drawing in cable industry

Figure 6– Classification of Wire drawing

Process of wire drawing in cable industry

Figure 7– Process of Wire drawing

Classification of Wire Sizes

Figure 8– Wire Sizes

Size

(Sq.mm)

Configuration Copper

Wt/ Mtr (Gms.)

PVC Wt/Mtr (Gms.) Total Wt/Mtr (Gms.) Copper Content % PVC Content %
FR
1.00 14/0.3 8.26 7.15 15.41 54% 46%
1.50 22/0.3 11.84 8.16 20.00 59% 41%
2.50 36/0.3 19.48 11.26 30.74 63% 37%
4.00 56/0.3 30.19 13.21 43.40 70% 30%
6.00 84/0.3 45.46 15.32 60.78 75% 25%
0.75 24/0.2 6.13 5.21 11.34 54% 46%
10.00 80/0.4 79.52 26.30 105.82 75% 25%
16.00 126/0.4 124.72 35.14 159.86 78% 22%
0.00 0 0.00 0.00 0 0% 0%
Flexible
0.50 16/0.2 4.26 4.32 8.58 50% 50%
0.75 24/0.2 6.13 5.21 11.34 54% 46%
1.00 32/0.2 8.05 5.50 13.55 59% 41%
1.50 30/0.25 11.61 6.64 18.25 64% 36%
1.50 48/0.2 12.69 5.51 18.20 70% 30%
2.50 50/0.25 18.10 7.62 25.72 70% 30%
2.50 80/0.2 21.30 8.32 29.62 72% 28%
4.00 53/0.3 30.18 13.93 44.11 68% 32%
6.00 84/0.3 48.99 19.50 68.49 72% 28%
10.00 80/0.4 82.40 22.41 104.81 79% 21%
16.00 126/0.4 126.04 37.70 163.74 77% 23%
25.00 196/0.4 195.26 53.96 249.22 78% 22%
35.00 276/0.4 281.49 53.00 334.49 84% 16%
50.00 396/0.4 398.07 68.53 466.60 85% 15%
95.00 484/0.5 804.00 160.00 964.00 83% 17%
70.00 360/0.5 597.60 142.40 740.00 81% 19%
185.00 925/0.5 1540.00 325.00 1865.00 83% 17%
240.00 1210/0.5 2025.00 248.33 2273.33 89% 11%
120.00 608/0.5 1160.00 100.56 1260.56 92% 8%
300.00 1501/0.5 2952.00 418.00 3370.00 88% 12%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
SRK Impex (Power Guide)
0.50 4.25 5.06 9.31 46% 54%
0.75 6.40 5.16 11.56 55% 45%
1.00 8.55 6.43 14.98 57% 43%
1.50 12.23 9.27 21.50 57% 43%
2.50 20.65 11.45 32.10 64% 36%
4.00 33.36 13.77 47.13 71% 29%
6.00 50.40 17.28 67.68 74% 26%
10.00 85.60 26.66 112.26 76% 24%
16.00 137.68 32.15 169.83 81% 19%
25.00 221.82 46.27 268.09 83% 17%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
FRLS
1.00 14/0.3 8.25 7.27 15.52 53% 47%
1.50 22/0.3 12.19 7.99 20.18 60% 40%
1.50 30/0.25 8.02 11.66 19.68 41% 59%
2.50 36/0.3 20.05 10.92 30.97 65% 35%
2.50 50/0.25 18.06 11.38 29.44 61% 39%
4.00 56/0.3 31.19 11.67 42.86 73% 27%
6.00 84/0.3 47.70 14.14 61.84 77% 23%
10.00 80/0.4 83.23 25.40 108.63 77% 23%
16.00 126/0.4 128.27 34.20 162.47 79% 21%
95.00 484/0.5 802.00 186.00 988.00 81% 19%
150.00 750/0.5 1250.00 214.00 1464.00 85% 15%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
HR 105DegreeC FR
0.5 16/0.2 3.97 3.99 7.96 50% 50%
0.75 24/0.2 6.03 4.78 10.81 56% 44%
1 32/0.2 8.10 4.94 13.04 62% 38%
1.5 30/0.25 11.75 5.98 17.73 66% 34%
1.5 48/0.2 12.04 7.88 19.92 60% 40%
2.5 50/0.25 19.01 8.21 27.22 70% 30%
4 56/0.3 31.43 11.88 43.31 73% 27%
6 84/0.3 47.78 14.27 62.05 77% 23%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
Welding Cable- Rubber Cable
16 336/0.25 139.35 44.3 183.65 76% 24%
35 276/0.4 294.31 45.21 339.52 87% 13%
35 259/0.4 294.76 66.53 361.29 82% 18%
20 408/0.25 169.57 46.29 215.86 79% 21%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
ZHFR
1.5 22/0.3 12.82 8.29 21.11 61% 39%
2.5 36/0.3 20.64 10.46 31.10 66% 34%
4 56/0.3 30.97 11.10 42.07 74% 26%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
Lapp-ZHFR
1 32/0.2 8.28 5.80 14.08 59% 41%
1.5 30/0.25 12.95 7.95 20.90 62% 38%
2.5 50/0.25 20.28 11.24 31.52 64% 36%
4 56/0.3 32.20 13.73 45.93 70% 30%
6 84/0.3 49.18 17.05 66.23 74% 26%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
Lapp- Uniplus
1 32/0.2 8.63 5.57 14.2 61% 39%
1.5 30/0.25 11.84 7.89 19.73 60% 40%
2.5 50/0.25 20.2 10.63 30.83 66% 34%
4 56/0.3 32.67 12.88 45.55 72% 28%
6 84/0.3 48.99 15.06 64.05 76% 24%
25 196/.4 224.68 55.61 280.29 80% 20%
35 259/0.4 299.47 64.24 363.71 82% 18%
50 364/0.4 414.7 70.38 485.08 85% 15%
70 358/.5 634 88 722 88% 12%
Molex
4 65/.254 29.8 10.8 40.6 73% 27%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
ESBEE
0.5 20/0.18 4.66 4.66 9.32 50% 50%

Table 2- Different Wire Configurations – 1

Size (Sq.mm) No of Cores Configuration Copper Wt/ Mtr (Gms.) PVC Wt/Mtr (Gms.) Sheath Wt (Gms.) Total Wt/Mtr (Gms.) Copper Content % PVC Content % Sheath Content
Flat-Thick
1.5 3 22/0.3 35.58 26.5 67.08 129.16 28% 21% 52%
2.5 3 36/0.3 57.84 38.51 73.8 170.15 34% 23% 43%
4 3 56/0.3 91.1 49.35 78.6 219.05 42% 23% 36%
Flat-Thin
1.5 3 22/0.3 37.88 17.21 41.18 96.27 39% 18% 43%
2.5 3 36/0.3 58.31 27.98 61.96 148.25 39% 19% 42%
4 3 56/0.3 91.3 39.64 73.91 204.85 45% 19% 36%
6 3 84/0.3 137.55 59.37 89.68 286.6 48% 21% 31%
10 3 80/0.4 249.39 71.84 122.77 444 56% 16% 28%
16 3 126/0.4 381.79 91.2 142.78 615.77 62% 15% 23%
1 3 14/0.3 24.36 20.35 39.58 84.29 29% 24% 47%
Flat-Thin-XLPE
1.5 3 22/0.3 38.66 10.31 48.4 97.37 40% 11% 50%
2.5 3 36/0.3 62.82 15.31 61.4 139.53 45% 11% 44%
4 3 56/0.3 95.27 23.38 75.07 193.72 49% 12% 39%
0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0! #DIV/0!
Multicore
0.5 2 16/0.2 8.11 8.92 29.87 46.9 17% 19% 64%
0.75 2 24/0.2 12.31 10.2 33.38 55.89 22% 18% 60%
1 2 32/0.2 16.5 10.69 36.82 64.01 26% 17% 58%
1.5 2 30/.25 23.38 12.14 41.95 77.47 30% 16% 54%
2.5 2 50/0.25 38.35 17.31 61.93 117.59 33% 15% 53%
4 2 56/0.3 62.17 24.88 83.73 170.78 36% 15% 49%
6 2 84/0.3 95.43 29.38 107.39 232.2 41% 13% 46%
10 2 80/0.4 166.14 49.64 170.88 386.66 43% 13% 44%
0.5 3 16/0.2 12.3 13.11 32.45 57.86 21% 23% 56%
0.75 3 24/0.2 18.45 15.33 34.63 68.41 27% 22% 51%
1 3 32/0.2 24.81 15.8 38.19 78.8 31% 20% 48%
1.5 3 30/.25 35.16 17.72 45.2 98.08 36% 18% 46%
2.5 3 50/0.25 58.44 28.13 58.88 145.45 40% 19% 40%
4 3 56/0.3 93.4 37.83 75.09 206.32 45% 18% 36%
6 3 84/0.3 141.16 41.34 93.86 276.36 51% 15% 34%
10 3 80/0.4 221.24 71.79 150.15 443.18 50% 16% 34%
16 3 126/0.4 384.17 94.44 244.17 722.78 53% 13% 34%
0.5 4 16/0.2 16.26 17.7 32.33 66.29 25% 27% 49%
0.75 4 24/0.2 24.19 19.92 37.04 81.15 30% 25% 46%
1 4 32/0.2 33 21.35 40.1 94.45 35% 23% 42%
1.5 4 30/.25 46.1 23.14 52.05 121.29 38% 19% 43%
2.5 4 50/0.25 80.89 36.51 62.42 179.82 45% 20% 35%
4 4 56/0.3 124.83 49.55 85.07 259.45 48% 19% 33%
6 4 84/0.3 188.2 57.1 127.86 373.16 50% 15% 34%
10 4 80/0.4 329 93.65 208.74 631.39 52% 15% 33%
16 4 126/0.4 516.05 167.09 270 953.14 54% 18% 28%

Table 3 – Different Wire Configurations – 2

Since many process is involved in production, and using devices like computer in production area for our requirement is practically difficult. Therefore, we would suggest using the tablets / hand held devices inside the production area. Process like RBD, MMH1, MMH2, Buncher, Sheating are taken place only inside the production area. Since the output of a process is input of another process, tracking of the copper coils (Baskets) becomes mandatory. In MMH different types of wires of various sizes are use. Hence we need to track the copper used, copper joined, remaining copper, source copper etc., The proposed production area may look as shown below.

Figure 9 – Production Tracking

Every information updated in production area will be available to other departments immediately helping them to either raise PO or keep track on the utilized copper etc.,

Rod Break Down (RBD)

Figure 10 – Rod Break Down (RBD) Machine

RBD Manual Production Entry Format

sl.no date shift basket no size production in kgs
1 01-Nov day b06 2.9 1027
night b36,b02 2.9 1515
2 02-Nov day b49,b28,b31,b11,b29 2.9 4790
night b03,b24,b21,b35,b50 2.9 4682
3 03-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
4 04-Nov day b38,b08 1.63 382
night b22,b35,b52,b54,b16,b17,b23,b47,b30,b01,b15,b05,b40,b43,b27 1.63 4594
5 05-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
6 06-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
7 07-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
8 08-Nov day 0 0
night b10,b54,b41 1.63 1502
9 09-Nov day 0 0
night b22,b59,b13,b37 2.9 3051.5
10 10-Nov day 0 0
night b41,b28,b35,b21,b20 1.63 956
11 11-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
12 12-Nov day b44 1.63 192
night b30,b21,b20, 1.62 1508
night b44,b31 2.9 1040
13 13-Nov night b36,b14,b24,b18 1.63 1230
night b55 1.62 228
night b11,b26,b35 1.62 1508
night b28,b27 3.26 2057
14 14-Nov day b01 3.26 835
night b09,b05,b34,b19,b47,b38 1.63 985
15 15-Nov day b06,b55,b19,b40,b59,b08,b43,b25,b29,b04,b05,b23,b17 1.63 3609
night 0 0
16 16-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
17 17-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
18 18-Nov night 0 0
night 0 0
19 19-Nov day b24,b30,b09,b17,b36,b05,b10,b14,b41,b55,b52,b33,b06,b12,b47,b03,b15 1.63 3204
night 0 0
20 20-Nov day b2,b41,b55,b19, b59,b43,b4,b14,b60,b18, b13,b36,b12,b25,b6,b33 1.63 3064
night b05,b08,b47,b49,b03,b16,b44 1.63 1145
night b35,b38 2.9 1615
21 21-Nov day b6,b40,b1 2.9 2071
night 1,2,3 1.38 810
night b15,b08,b4,b14,b19,b2,b5,b26 1.63 1098
22 22-Nov day b17,b29,b30,b24,b36,b6,b16,b13,b18,b10,b20,b47,b9,b23,b44,b57,,b47,b34,b31,b12,b03,b25,b43 1.63 4394
night b08,b5,b14,b50,b19,b41,b55,b59,b4,b2,b33,b52,b15,b51,b39 1.63 2865
23 23-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
24 24-Nov day b26 1.63 145
night b06 2.9 732
night b30,b10,b18,b36,b13,b20,b16,b49,b09 1.63 897
night box4,box5 1.38 1037
25 25-Nov day b05,b06,b44,b41,b17,b59,b30,b36,b43,b15,b33,b26,b57 1.63 3721
night b26,b3,b19,b2,b4,b29,b24,b47,b13,b10,b31,b23,b09,b39,b25,b50,b11,b16,b18,b52,b49,b51,b55 1.63 8205.5
26 26-Nov day b14,b8,b17,b57,b26,b43,b06,b34,b30,b05,b41 1.63 2520
night b36,b26,b59,b44,b04,b02,b20,b33,b03,b06,b17,b41,b24,b15,b19,b29,b57,b11 1.63 5533
27 27-Nov day b43,b36,b30,b10,b47,b9 1.63 1665
night b05,b16,b49,b02,b39,b50,b26,b13,b25,b59 1.63 3067.5
28 28-Nov day b23,b47,b55,b18,b33,b24,b57,b4,b59,b20 1.63 2101
night b29,b05,b41,b26,b39,b52,b02,b59,b12,b31,b57,b20,b55,b24,b19,b33,b50,b25 1.63 6457.5
29 29-Nov day b51,b8,b52,b20,b14,b34 1.63 2762
night b54,b47,b44,b29,b41,b05,b57,b49,b13b09 1.63 4783
30 30-Nov day b15,b14,b10,b06,b55 1.63 2495
night 0 0
Total       102079

Table 4 – RBD Manual Production Entry Screen

The RBD Screen will have the below given fields. During Each Entry of the Reel No (Basket No), the available quantity will be displayed to the user. In the below screen it is showed in the Red Font. The Reel No (basket number) will be Alphanumeric. There will be a separate module to Add, Edit and remove baskets. Additional fields may be added, Existing fields may be removed based on the company representative feedback in the below given screen.

Figure 11– RBD Screen

Figure 12 – RBD Input Types

MMH

Figure 13– Multiwire Drawing (MMH)

In our company, we have 8 lines and 16 lines multiwire drawing. The input and output sizes is defined in the below given image.

Figure 14 – MMH Input & Output

Figure 15-MMH Die Sequences

MM30 Manual Production Entry Format

sl.no date size production in kgs Scrap
1 01-Nov 1.63 412 1
0 0
2 02-Nov 0 0
0 0
3 03-Nov 0 0
0 0
4 04-Nov 0 0
0 0
5 05-Nov 0.6 113.5 0
0 0
6 06-Nov 0 0
0 0
7 07-Nov 0 0
0 0
8 08-Nov 0 0
0 0
9 09-Nov 0 0
0 0
10 10-Nov 0 0
0 0
11 11-Nov 0 0
0 0
12 12-Nov 0 0
0 0
13 13-Nov 1.3 182.5 0
0 0
14 14-Nov 0.8 33.5 0
0.552 203.72 0
15 15-Nov 0 0
0 0
16 16-Nov 0 0
0 0
17 17-Nov 0 0
0 0
18 18-Nov 0 0
0 0
19 19-Nov 0 0
0 0
20 20-Nov 0 0
0 0
21 21-Nov 0 0
0 0
22 22-Nov 49 2
0 0
23 23-Nov 0 0
0 0
24 24-Nov 0 0
0 0
25 25-Nov 0 0
0 0
26 26-Nov 0 0
0 0
27 27-Nov 119 2.5
0 0
28 28-Nov 350.88 0
0 0
29 29-Nov 508 0
494 2.5
30 30-Nov 420.5 0
0 0
Total   2886.6 8

Table 5 – MM30 Manual Production Entry Format

MWD-MMH Manual Production Entry Format

sl.no date shift reel no Configuration production in kgs Scrap
1 01-Nov day m55,m191,m156,m197,m87,m136,m74 8/0.275 1492 1
night m167,m12,m124,m73,m184 10/0.175 235.5 6
2 02-Nov day m161,m205,m92 10/0.175 1040 0
night 0 0 0
3 03-Nov day m193,m91,m114 8/0.275 644 9
night m53,m98,m209,m184,m187 8/0.290 1431 3.5
night m157,m215 8/0.275 485.5 0
night m146 10/0.175 417 0
4 04-Nov day m222,m77,m14 8/0.278 1355.5 4.5
day m147 8/0.275 428 0
day m78,m224 10/0.175 636 0
night m156 6/0.290 365.5 0
night m209,m51,m200,m79 8/0.275 1717 1
night m198,m65,m187,m74 10/0.175 1225 0
5 05-Nov day m25 6/0.275 66.5 0
day m42,m55,m98 8/0.275 1253.5 1.5
day m91 8/0.278 214 0
day m45,m208,m193,m30,m191 10/0.175 1965 0
night m53,m13 14/0.290 993 0
night m201,m127 10/0.175 725 0
6 06-Nov day m285,m136,m151,m14 16/0.378 1557.5 3.5
night m25,m35,m189,m110 14/0.278 1580 2
7 07-Nov day m91,m14 8/0.275 648.5 0
day m203,m197 14/0.278 789 1
night m215,m217 14/0.278 787 0
night m189,m147 15/0.478 479.5 0
night m140 11/0.478 139.5 0
night m136 9/0.478 24.5 0
night m215 7/0.478 4.5 1.5
night m29,m25,m55 8/0.275 1293 1.5
8 08-Nov day m42,m91,m136 8/0.275 1294 1
day m175 14/0.278 393 1
night m142,m184 8/0.232 640.5 0
night m217 7/0.232 281 0
9 09-Nov day 0 0 0
night 0 0 0
10 10-Nov day m213,m151,m87,m247 7/0.232 841.5 0
day m285 10/0.175 416.5 0
night m120,m53,m131 7/0.232 421 2
night m197 8/0.232 321 0
night m109,m215 10/0.175 832.5 0
11 11-Nov day m156,m142,m110,m60,m189 7/0.232 702 2
day m200,m184,m186 10/0.175 1110 1.5
night m148 10/0.175 415.5 0
night m247,m34,m53,m212,m87 10/0.175 770 2
12 12-Nov night m247,m277 6/0.278 71 2
night m168,m98 8/0.275 428.5 0
night m09,m113,m122,m73 10/0.175 1536.5 2.5
13 13-Nov day m125,m143 8/0.275 428 1
day m172,m97,m230 10/0.175 732.5 0
night m230,m64,m6,m36,m199,m47 10/0.175 2489 0
14 14-Nov day m8 10/0.175 260.5 0
day m132,m125, 14/0.290 985.5 3
night m110, 14/0.290 496.5 0
night m129,m212,m53,m156,m50,m86 12/0.277 1963 1
15 15-Nov day m53,m85 14/0.275 747 1
night m82 8/0.278 139 0
night m01,m68 6/0.202 89 0
night m247,m50 6/0.278 341.5 0
night m149,m170 8/0.278 454.5 2
night m132,m143,m168,m42,m59,m91,m197,m85 14/0.275 2988.5 2
16 16-Nov day 0 0 0
night 0 0 0
17 17-Nov day m196,m1,m42,m82 8/0.278 861 3.5
day m83,m68,m98 14/0.275 1121.5 3
night m175,m83,m33,m42,m98,m187 14/0.275 1649.5 0
18 18-Nov day m91 7/0.298 415 4.5
night m197 14/0.275 137 0
night m214 8/0.278 429 1
night m132 7/0.298 433.5 0
night m59,m85 6/0.278 426 0.5
19 19-Nov day m143 8/0.275 214 0
day m168,m247,m01,m50,m59,m187 14/0.275 1588 1
night m150,m81,m89,m175,m49,m125 14/0.275 2029 1
night m175,m121,m68 6/0.278 429.5 0
night m68,m83,m49,m196,m110,m42,m59 8/0.278 1539 1
night m55 7/0.190 139.5 1
20 20-Nov day m190,m59,m01 7/0.190 421 1.5
day m110,m196,m85 7/0.256 483 0
day m143,m82 14/0.275 828 1.5
day m12,m170,m25,m50 14/0.275 1509.5 0
night m83,m156,m34,m157,m217,m05,m125,m167,m189 7/0.256 1450.5 0
21 21-Nov day m83,m143,m50 14/0.275 981.5 1
day m128 8/0.278 100 0
day m196,m13 7/0.232 13 0.5
night m82,m207,m83,m170,m82,m121 7/0.232 428 0
night m85,m124,m12 14/0.275 912.5 1
22 22-Nov day m156,m25, 7/0.232 150.5 0
day m13,m121 7/0.378 421.5 0.5
day m58,m83,m196 14/0.275 892 1
night m53,m33,m121 7/0.378 646.5 1
night m170 8/0.280 248 0
night m207,m233 14/0.275 575 0
night m184 10/0.175 184 2.5
23 23-Nov day m83,m41,m42 10/0.175 1244 4.5
night m185,m189 10/0.175 648 0
24 24-Nov day m81,m12 6/0.378 444 0.5
day m208 4/0.278 113 0
day m167, 14/0.290 496 2
day m198,m193,m146 16/0.278 665 0
night m161 4/0.275 279 1
night m191,m156,m13,m205,m30 14/0.278 946 1
night m230,m129 10/0.175 833.5
25 25-Nov day m78,m1 8/0.278 453.5 1
day m45,m124,m201 14/0.278 665 2
day m74,m92,m45 14/0.278 699.5
night m30,m224,m193,m196,m207,m92,m124,m13,m198m18,m224, 14/0.278 2553.5 1.5
night m45,m25 16/0.278 880
night m5,m128,m201,m193,m146,m59 8/0.278 1323 0.5
26 26-Nov day m147,m12,m191,m1,m13,m205 16/0.278 2634.5 0
day m143, 8/0.278 435.5 0
day m196 4/0.278 281 1.5
day m92 6/0.278 333 0
day m198 5/0.378 249 0
day m53,m224,m102 7/0.378 1050 0
night m12,m87,m205,m34,m102,m197 16/0.278 2633.5 0
night m25,m191,m128,m212,m13 7/0.378 2754 0
27 27-Nov day m18,m128,m213,m247 16/0.278 1285 0
day m161,m233,m01 8/0.478 707 0
day m50 8/0.378 152 3
day m154 6/0.478 176.5 2.5
night m124,m34 4/0.278 473 1
night m196 6/0.278 514 0.5
night m12,m191,m30,m82 16/0.378 1978 1.5
28 28-Nov day m198,m102,m33 16/0.277 1304 0
day m161,m59,m175,m87,m87,m197,m50 6/0.378 2521.5 0
night m147,m175,m50 6/0.378 51 0
night m59,m30,m191,m45,m8,m146,m25 8/0.232 1576 0
29 29-Nov day m198 7/0.232 140.5 0
day m143,m98, 6/0.202 172.5 0
day m142 6/0.211 97.5 0
night m212,m30,m13,m8 6/0.278 852 0
night m224 8/0.278 219.5 0
night m5 8 16/0.277 435 0
night m05 14/0.270 379.5 0
30 30-Nov night 0 0 0
  total   103885 111
valeo 23097
balance to buncher 80788

 

Table 6 – MWD-MMH Manual Production Entry Format

Buncher

Figure 16– Buncher

Bunchers, stranders and cablers take individual strands or cables and form them into desired geometric configurations. These machines support processing requirements in bare wire, building wire, power cable and data communications cables.

Buncher Manual Production Entry Format

sl.no date Shift Size reel no Configuration production in kgs Scrap
1 01-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
2 02-Nov day 2.5 m35 36/0.3 243
night 0 0
3 03-Nov day 6.0 m013 84/0.9 350
day 1.5 m113 22/0.3 162.5
night 1.5 m214 22/0.3 388.5
night 2.5 m122 36/0.3 405.5
4 04-Nov day 2.5 m143,m125,m73,m62 36/0.3 1660
night 2.5 m197 36/0.3 411
night 6 m191,m136,m157 84/0.3 1349
5 05-Nov day 0 m26 32/0.2 0
day 6.0 m128,m177 84/0.3 918
day 4.0 m25 56/0.3 358
night 4.0 m81,m189,m197 56/0.3 1149
night 1.5 m142,m164 22/0.3 601
6 06-Nov day 0.0 0 0
night 10.0 m114,m157,m119,m81,m217 80/0.4 1944.5
night 2.5 m285,m131 36/0.3 749
7 07-Nov day 4.0 m55 56/0.3 445
day 2.5 m151 36/0.3 258
day 2.5 m136 36/0.3 438
night 4.0 m10,m154,m53,m178,m209,m87,m171 56/0.3 2890
8 08-Nov day 4.0 m150,m130 56/0.3 708.5
day 300.0 m77 37/0.5 16
day 300.0 m215,m35,m121,m134,m62,m98 39/0.5 108
day 300.0 m136,m151,m3,m61,m121,m35,m215,m135,m1,m62,m98,m200,m27,m134,m165 41/0.5 565
night 2.5 m14,m87 36/0.3 889
9 09-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
10 10-Nov day 1.5 m102 30/0.25 358
day 2.5 m110 36/0.3 399
day 1.5 m203,m175 30/0.25 830
night 0
11 11-Nov day 2.5 m180,m119 50/0.25 758.5
night 6.0 m156,m16 84/0.3 396
night 1.5 m209 22/0.3 168
night 2.5 m95,m223,m131 50/0.25 1232
night 4.0 m18 56/0.3 386
12 12-Nov day 4.0 m156,m16 56/0.3 231
night 2.5 m110,m156 36/0.3 796
night 6.0 m18 84/0.3 440
13 13-Nov day 1.0 m225,m16,m217,m209 32/0.2 490.5
night 1.5 m169 22/0.3 316
night 4.0 m34,m197 56/0.3 869.5
night 0.0 m53,m212 24/0.2 246
14 14-Nov day 10.0 m225 7/1.30 162
day 1.5 m214 22/0.3 257
night 2.5 m55,m142 36/0.3 674.5
night 4.0 m59,m121 7/0.8 22.5
15 15-Nov day 2.5 m143,m59,m42 36/0.3 1280.5
night 2.5 m49,m150 36/0.3 618.5
night 1.0 m86,m11 32/0.2 388
night 4.0 m1,m175 56/0.3 882
16 16-Nov day 0 0
night 0 0
17 17-Nov day 0.5 m51 16/0.2 50
day 2.5 m59,m121 36/0.3 778.5
day 4.0 m53,m17,m168,m152 56/0.3 1763
night 1.5 m50 22/0.3 242.5
night 4.0 m53,m187,m132,m196,m53 56/0.3 2249.5
night 2.5 m85 36/0.3 213
18 18-Nov day 0 0
night 4.0 m18,m196 56/0.3 806.5
night 2.5 m42 36/0.3 391.5
19 19-Nov day 1.5 m149 22/0.3 57
day 2.5 m189 36/0.3 462
day 2.5 m110,m42,m13 36/0.3 1402.5
night 2.5 m114,m85,m209,m83 36/0.3 1380
20 20-Nov day 0.75 m185 24/0.2 454
day 2.5 m121 36/0.3 78.5
day 6.0 m50,m128,m149, 84/0.3 1765.5
night 4.0 m50,m13,m189,m167,m49,m13 56/0.3 2448
night 0.75 m55 24/0.2 257
night 1.5 m187,m23 28/0.26 605
21 21-Nov day 0.75 m55 24/0.2 137
day 1.5 m110 28//0.25 271.5
day 4.0 m158,m143,m12,m124,m82 56/0.3 1580
day 6.0 m131 84/0.3 55
night 4.0 m143,m207 56/0.3 883.5
22 22-Nov day 1.5 m85,m149 28/0.25 653
day 4.0 m124 56/0.3 182
day 1.5 m4,m110,m185 22/0.3 639
day 6.0 m168 84/0.3 88
night 1.5 m143,m14 22/0.3 548
night 1.5 m131,m82 28/0.26 590
night 25.0 m18,m58,m160,m151,m133,m5,m108 28/0.4 832
night 2.5 m12 36/0.3 350.5
23 23-Nov day 2.5 m128,m156 36/0.3 631
24 24-Nov day 0.75 m29 24/0.2 58
day 2.5 m33 36/0.3 417
day 16.0 m207,m116,m01,m25 18/0.4 371
night 16.0 m193,m12 126/0.4 633
night 2.5 m13 36/0.3 78
night 16.0 m147,m196,m129 18/0.4 277.5
night 2.5 m26/0.3 36/0.3 477
25 25-Nov day 4.0 m207,m196,m25 56/0.3 1209
night 4.0 m205,m59,m204,m30,m74 56/0.3 2352
night 2.5 m53, 36/0.3 458
26 26-Nov day 2.5 m81,m30,m233,m33 36/0.3 1840
day 4.0 m205,m207,m5,m18,m124,m157 56/0.3 2551.5
day 1.5 m201,m175 22/0.3 723
night 2.5 m161,m124,m233,m25 36/0.3 1697.5
night 1.5 m175,m01 22/0.3 490
27 27-Nov day 50.0 m201 33/0.4 236.5
day 2.5 m12,m116 36/0.3 831
day 50.0 m191,m40 99/0.4 608
day 10.0 m95 7/0.13 114.5
day 1.5 m142 22/0.1 193
day 35.0 m205,m152,m62,m151 39/0.4 971
day 35.0 m13 40/0.4 244.5
night 2.5 m114,m45,m127,m197 36/0.3 1582
night 35.0 m35,m224 40/0.4 474
night 70.0 m187,m171,m14,m53,m139,m81,m209,m160,m220 30/0.5 886.5
28 28-Nov day 70.0 m18 90/0.5 234.5
day 10.0 m207,m213,m134,m77,m181,m16 80/0.4 2414.5
day 2.5 m147,m198 36/0.3 940
day 1.5 m01,m45,m40 22/0.3 1157
day 16.0 m233,m154,m12,m128 18/0.4 1252
night 16.0 m156,m161,m124,m143 18/0.4 1280
night 16.0 m28 126/0.4 766
night 1.5 m224,m33 22/0.3 672.5
29 29-Nov day 1.5 m193,m161 30/0.25 716
day 1.5 m196 22/0.3 235
day 16.0 b21,b23,b25 126/0.4 1750.5
night 2.5 m102,m50,m160 50/0.25 986.5
night 1.0 m14 32/0.2 414
night 4.0 m180 56/0.3 473.5
30 30-Nov day 0.5 m143 16/0.2 206.5
day 4.0 m25,m33,m127 56/0.3 1091
Total         86415.5 768.5

Table 7 – Buncher Manual Production Entry Format

 

Figure 17– Buncher Screen

Stranding

Figure 18 – Stranding

This module will be developed in Phase II

Insulation

Insulation Manual Entry Screen

Table 8 – Insulation Manual Production Entry Format

This module will be developed in Phase II

Sheathing

Sheathing Manual Entry Screen

Table 9–  SheathingManual Production Entry Format

This module will be developed in Phase II

Production Planning

This module will be developed in Phase II

Purchase Planning

This module will be developed in Phase II

Accounts Portability

This module will be developed in Phase II

Goods Traceability

As discussed in our earlier meeting, we propose to use QRCodes or Barcodes during the initial stage. Custom reports can be generated from Goods receivable to delivery to track the copper used. The application

Coil Tracking Report

Figure 19 – Coil Tracking Report

RBD Copper production Report

Figure 20 – RBD Copper production Report

MMH Copper production Report

Figure 21– MMH Copper production Report

Buncher Copper production Report

Figure 22 – Buncher Copper production Report

Copper Ledger

Figure 23 – Copper Ledger

Copper Purchase Report

Figure 24 – Copper Purchase Report

Copper Receipt Details

Figure 25 – Copper Receipt Details

Development Methodology

We propose to break the development as two phases.

Phase I (Six Months)

  • Database Design
  • Good Receivable
  • Store Maintenance
  • Production Tracking RBD
  • Production Tracking MMH1
  • Production Tracking MMH2
  • Production Tracking MMH3
  • Production Tracking Buncher
  • Goods Traceability
  • Reports
  • Documentation & Training
  • System Pilot
  • Deployment & Acceptance Training
  • System Go Live and Maintenance

Phase II (Not Estimated)

  • Database Design
  • Production Planning
  • Purchase Planning
  • Accounts Portability
  • Reports
  • Documentation & Training
  • System Pilot
  • Deployment & Acceptance Training
  • System Go Live and Maintenance

We can assure you that our time estimates will not vary more than 10% unless there is a vast change in the requirement

Solution Implementation

We are estimating the following major tasks in the implementation phase:

  1. Getting familiar with development environment

During this phase, we plan to familiarize ourselves with the development methodologies and the various calculations required for the production process, documents to be used, database design etc..

  1. Coding the Core module

This phase consists of coding the entire Core module using the open source technologies. We suggest using PHP, MYSQL, Apache and Linux environment.

  1. User Acceptance Testing

The application will be available in staging environment for three working days for entire testing.

  1. Bug Fixing

The bugs discovered during UAT will be fixed and the application will be retested again to ensure that the reported bugs are addressed.

  1. Delivery

The final product will be available for delivery.

  1. Possible Extensions

This application can also be possibly extended in many ways based on the future requirement.

Client Responsibilities

Company will provide inexpensivecoders with complete requirement details for the application. Assuming that the above is the finalized requirement and if clarification raises during development it is the responsibility of both the parties to discuss and freeze to change or modify on technology constraints.

Cost & Timeline

Based on the scope in this document, project costs for “Phase I application design and development for Cable Management Requirement” is as follows:

Time for completion: 6 Months from the date of award of the contract.

Considering an average of

8 hrs Per Day
27 days per month
216 hrs per month (27 days x 8 )
1296 Total hrs per resource that is fully utilized.

Structure of the project team

The project requires a team of six (5) key staff persons with professional and Regional/International expertise.

# Expert Title QTY. Qualification Relevant Experience(Years) Expected Time of Engagement
1. Project Manager 1 Bachelor in business administration, management or MIS (Masters degree preferred) At least 7 years experience in project management and information technology. 6 months (1296 Hrs)
2. Software Developer 2 Bachelor in Computer Science/IT At least 5 years’ experience in software/database development and programming 6 months

(2592 Hrs)

3. Quality Assurance 1 Bachelor in Computer Science/IT At least 2 years experiences in Softwre Quality Assurance 1.5 months

(324 Hrs)

4. Documentation 1 Bachelor in Computer Science/IT At least 2 years experiences in Documentation 1.5 months

(324 Hrs)

5. Implementation & Support 1 Bachelor in Computer Science/IT At least 2 years experiences in Implementation & Support 1.5 months

(324 Hrs)

Table 10 – Project Team

Project Phase Resources
Development Initiation  
Project Manager PM
Quality Assurance QA
Software Engineer 1 SE 1
Software Engineer 2 SE 2
Architecture Design and Decomposition  
Project Manager PM
Software Engineer 1 SE 1
Software Engineer 2 SE 2
Prototyping  
Project Manager PM
Software Engineer 1 SE 1
Software Engineer 2 SE 2
Development Plan and Review  
Project Manager PM
Software Engineer 1 SE 1
Software Engineer 2 SE 2
Coding, Unit Testing/ Code review and Integration  
Project Manager PM
Quality Assurance QA
Software Engineer 1 SE 1
Software Engineer 2 SE 2
System Integration and User Acceptance testing  
Project Manager PM
Quality Assurance QA
Implementation Support IS
Software Engineer 1 SE 1
Software Engineer 2 SE 2
Customer Tester CT
System Inventory  
Project Manager PM
Quality Assurance QA
Documentation Doc
Software Engineer 1 SE 1
Software Engineer 2 SE 2
Packaging, delivery and Project Closure  
Project Manager PM
Implementation Support IS
Documentation Doc
Software Engineer 1 SE 1
Software Engineer 2 SE 2

Table 11– Project Phase

The total hours expected to be spent for this project is  4860 hrs (1296+2592+324+324+324).

One-time development and implementation costs at Rs.xxx  /hour is INR X, XX,000 (Indian Rupees XXX lakhs and XXX Thousand Only). This cost is inclusive of statutory taxes and duties. This cost also includes onsite visit for Training, Requirement Gathering, Implementation.

The payment schedule

The payments to the contractor will be made into the following instalments:

Installment Number Project Phase Payment Amt (%)
1 Advance 30%
2 50% Development completion 25%
3 100% Completion 20%
3 System testing by technical team and end-users, installation in staging Environment. 15%
4 Submission and Acceptance of final Report on all deliverables 10%

Table 12 – Payment Schedule

Contact person from client’s side

The client would designate one of its technical consultant for the contact. This person would be responsible to interact with the inexpensivecoders consultant for administrative and technical matters on day to day basis; comment / approve the deliverables submitted by the consultant within the stipulated time etc.

Incident, Change, and Release Management

A lot of pieces must fit together seamlessly within a computer system (and to other systems) to guarantee success and long-term value. This includes incident management, change management and release management.

Incident Management

During development, the team will track all incidents affecting the development. Incidents may be events that do or have the potential to interrupt or reduce service, or requests for help in processing a transaction or clarifying system functionality. Incidents may be reported to the client or other stakeholders who interact with the development team.

 

An electronic tracking system similar to email, slack or skype may be used to manage incidents to completion. Incidents are prioritized for resolution, and may be transitioned to Change/Release Management process if they involve a change to the development.

Change Management

System changes can affect multiple users, disrupt services, affect stored data, or involve hardware or software. To reduce risk, all change requests (CRs) are reviewed, prioritized, and tracked to completion. All change processes and workflows will be identified and severity levels will be assigned.

Release Management

Release Management (RM) is the process of planning, creating, testing, and implementing software releases. Developed application will be frequently updated to ensure that it meets the technical and business requirements.

Deployment, testing, documentation and training for the newly integrated systems

Upon successful development and integration of the required application, the contractor shall propose a deployment plan, which includes the rolling out of the new modules and data migration of the production data. It also includes black box testing, proper documentation (technical and functional) and training of related departments on how to use and extend the system.

Quality Assurance and Quality Control

In order to ensure quality of the work, the consultant will ensure to submit the following reports:

  • Inception report
  • Work progress report before each payment
  • Final system report

 

Project Deliverables

This project encompasses the following major deliverables for Phase I:

  1. Database Design
  2. Development of modules that includes Coremodule and Reporting module
  3. Testing and Deployment
  4. Documentation and training of the new system
Activity M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6
Database Design
Good Receivable
Store Maintenance
Production Tracking RBD
Production Tracking MMH1
Production Tracking MMH2
Production Tracking MMH3
Production Tracking Buncher
Goods Traceability
Reports
Documentation & Training
System Pilot
Deployment & Acceptance Training
System Go Live and Maintenance

Table 13 – Project Deliverables

Timeframe for Expected Deliverables

The project is expected to be completed over a period of 6 months starting from project kick off date. The indicative timelines for these activities, in number of months, is as shown in the table below. It is very important that project is completed within the proposed time in order to meet the deadline.

Terms & Conditions

  • The proposal shall remain valid for acceptance for a period of 30 days from the date of submission
  • inexpensivecoders shall start the project within 7 days of receiving the confirmed order
  • The required information for project completion on time shall be provided by the company
  • The project shall be developed and executed on an offshore model.
  • All costs associated with any additional on-site visit required during implementation like Return airfare, accommodation, local travel and food for our consultants will be by the company
  • Master Data in pre-defined and agreed format shall be made available as per requirement
  • Additional work required beyond the scope will be charged additionally
  • Service Tax and all other taxes applicable at the time of billing would be extra at actuals

Force Majeure and Time Delays: inexpensivecoders shall not be liable for any non-performance of this assignment provided such non-performance is occasioned by fire, flood, power failure / UPS breakdown, riots, lockouts, civil disobedience, act of God like floods, cyclone etc. and equipment failure/breakdown. (Unless arising out of improper / erroneous handling of equipment / software by our personnel).

Training

The training will be provided on a two-tier approach with the sole objective of enabling the users with thorough hands on usage of the new software.

  • Admin Level training for identified “super users” and
  • User Level training for key users
  • “Train the Trainer approach” will be deployed to enable the company to conduct further internal trainings.

Exit Methodology

In a bid to thorough hand holding and independent usage of the system, the below given items shall be show caused during the exit

    • Knowledge Transfer (KT) of the software
    • User Documentation for the software
    • Source Codes
    • Database Scripts
    • Help customer to identify and mitigate the risks.

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