Chicago, IL. Selkirk Metalbestos, a leading manufacturer of registers, grilles, diffusers, chimney and gas venting products recently completed the implementation of ATOMIC RF 3.3 at its Nampa, ID facility. The implementation has dramatically improved inventory visibility and accuracy, eliminated delays in receiving production and raw materials and generally increased overall plant productivity. Selkirk is now planning on expanding ATOMIC RF 3.3 to seven additional plants across North America.
Kansas City, KS. Knit-Rite today was the first ATOMIC customer to go live with ATOMIC RF 3.3. Also a first was Knit-Rite's ability to go live with portions of ATOMIC only 24 hours after initial installation.
Chicago, IL. CNX today announced the upcoming release of ATOMIC 3.3, which will include a major update to the ATOMIC RF module. ATOMIC RF 3.3 will include new features such as inventory movement by product or ticket, tight integration of Replenishment Orders with the allocation and shipment process, wave picking of multiple orders simultaneously and many other exciting features. Several sites are now in beta with this new version and the general release is expected sometime in Spring 2004.
Milwaukee, WI. Milwaukee Valve completed its implementation and went live today with ATOMIC MPS, SF and UDS modules. The initial goals for Milwaukee Valve were to streamline its planning and scheduling operations with ATOMIC. Next, the company will focus on streamlining distribution with ATOMIC RF.
Crystal Lake, IL. CNX is please to announce that two separate divisions of TC Industries went live with the full suite of ATOMIC modules today.
Las Vegas, NV. In conjunction with the SSA-GT user convention, CNX Corporation is pleased to announce the compatibility of ATOMIC version 3.0 with the latest release of PRMS, version 9.2. Nexgen Software Technologies of Naperville, IL, a leading provider of upgrade services to PRMS organizations worldwide, is a CNX partner licensed to install and support the ATOMIC Planning & Execution System.
Atlanta, GA. CNX returned to the annual ANAUG user convention in Atlanta to demonstrate the latest release of the ATOMIC Planning and Execution System. Version 3.0 includes the newly released Quality Control Module and is fully compliant with PRMS versions 9.0 and 9.1. ATOMIC version 3.0 uses a single service program to interface with the PRMS database, hence making the upgrade process from one version of PRMS to another a simple matter of switching a system control setting.
Mundelein, IL. Interplant production visibility and control at Rexam Medical Packaging took a major leap forward in January as three separate PRMS facilities were consolidated into a single environment. By leveraging ATOMIC’s multi-plant features, Rexam’s separate manufacturing operations in Massachusetts, New Jersey and Illinois were able to combine their shops into a single database while still retaining their unique plant-specific ATOMIC environments.
Naperville, IL. Nexgen Software Technologies, Inc., the world’s largest independent provider of CA-PRMS™ related products and services, and CNX Corporation, developers of ATOMIC, have partnered to better serve CA-PRMS users. Nexgen will install and support ATOMIC™. ATOMIC (Automated Total Order Management and Inventory Control) was developed by experienced CA-PRMS users to enhance a company’s CA-PRMS investment and empower the shop floor with live interdepartmental data.
Nashville, TN. Today, CNX was at the Opryland Convention Center, this year's home of the ANAUG user conference, to demonstrate ATOMIC. The new booth and the growing knowledge of ATOMIC among the PRMS community have been keeping us very busy!
Menomonee Falls, WI. Glenroy, Inc. took a major leap forward in streamlining their manufacturing and distribution operations on September 10, 2001, when they went live with ATOMIC. The ATOMIC Planning and Execution Suite consists of six native AS/400 modules designed explicitly to extend the functionality of PRMS. Glenroy implemented ATOMIC’s Shop Floor, RF Inventory Control, Label Management and User-Defined Specification modules after spending six months installing, setting up and training users on the system.
Menomonee Falls, WI. Glenroy, Inc took a major leap forward today in streamlining its manufacturing and distribution operations on September 10, 2001, when the company went live with ATOMIC. Glenroy is a manufacturer of thermal laminate films, printed flexible packaging materials and extrusion coated and printed balloon film. The ATOMIC Planning and Execution Suite consists of six native AS/400 modules designed explicitly to extend the functionality of PRMS.
Ankeny, IA. CNX Corporation, makers of the ATOMIC Planning and Execution Product Suite for PRMS, today announced it has forged an agreement with Tone Brothers, makers of Spice Islands, Durkee and Tones brand spices, to co-develop a quality control interface for use on the shop floor. The resulting Q/C module will be available for general distribution as a new ATOMIC component by January of 2002. Tones implemented ATOMIC’s SF (shop floor) and UDS (user-defined spec) modules in early May.
Orlando, FL. CNX Corporation announces the release of ATOMIC Web Portal SF, a new web-based order tracking feature for users of popular IBM iSeries® 400-based ERP packages, including CA-PRMS®. ATOMIC Web Portal SF works in conjunction with other ATOMIC modules to facilitate the communication of customer order and shop floor work order status to authorized customers via the Internet. For make-to-order manufacturers, ATOMIC Web Portal SF can significantly reduce call center volume by offloading production status requests directly to the Internet.
Orlando, FL. Today, CNX was at CA World in Orlando demonstrating ATOMIC to PRMS users and showing off the fancy new booth!
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ANKENY, IA. In a concerted effort to streamline its scheduling and material picking operations, Tone Brothers, makers of Spice Islands, Durkee and Tones brand spices, successfully implemented the ATOMIC SF module at its suburban Des Moines facility on May 21. Tones uses ATOMIC’s discrete work order scheduler to publish and maintain machine schedules on-line and to interactively predict when jobs will start and finish.