ApteanAptean has introduced Made2Manage 7.5, which marks the manufacturing product's move to Microsoft .NET technology as well as Microsoft SQL Reporting Services as its reporting engine. M2M is designed for small and medium-sized discrete manufacturers. M2M integrates enterprise resource planning and scheduling with shop floor execution for discrete manufacturers with dynamic, to-order environments—including engineer-to-order, make-to-order, assemble-to-order, and mixed mode operations.

Among changes are the redeployment of Shop Floor Manager and Planning & Scheduling on .Net in the M2M Framework, which the company says provides consistent user interface and customization. Bar Code Posting is now delivered as a service and the new Advanced Engineering Change Orders allows for multiple item engineering changes as well as simultaneous approvals. In the Company screen, a default view can now be set for a multi-currency transaction as functional or transactional. There is also the ability to view both transactions on all  pertinent screens. Users can now control sales orders by line item and release. Individual lines and releases can be Cancelled, Put on Hold or Closed without modifying the status of the Sales Order as a whole.

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