Ease builds labor standards via routings and product families, ensuring meaningful data that’s easy to copy and maintain.
Ease comes pre-loaded with a large library of industry based Predetermined Motion Time Study (PMTS). You can start accessing your productivity from day one.
Complete product coverage is easy. Once you’ve created a plan, simply copy & edit it for the rest of those products in the same family. Maintenance is also a breeze thanks to our mass updating capabilities.
Your product is still on the drawing board? No problem. Ease Labor Standards software enables you to create work standards, best practices and routings for pre-production products.
Ease Engineered Labor Standards breaks down and assigns your build process into steps giving your Lean Team the ability to value the various stages of your plans. Understand your process fail points and modify them for efficiency.
Ease Labor Standards is traceable to fundamental human activities to reach, grasp, move, re-grasp, release, assemble and insert objects. In EASE the application of standards is method driven, consistent & accurate.
Uses data based on MTM to build standards.
Ease maintains revision control of every document for a clear understanding of history sign-offs.
Review and make changes to line balance to achieve required throughput in real time using the Line Balancing Module.
Ease Labor Standards calculates and charts the value-added and non-value-added percentages of each operation and standard to quickly identify improvement opportunities.
Ease Labor Standards are scalable – you can have a single user or hundreds of users across multiple sites, and Ease integrates with PLM, MES, WMS, and ERP systems.
Using the many user-defined fields available, it is simple to find any data and update it as required, either individually or as a mass update.
EASE labor standards are held in routings, this approach allows all manufacturing departments to easily understand and benefit from the ‘where & how’ basis of the engineered times.
Easily create standards with rapid authoring of short cycle and repetitive tasks.