Manufacturing Resource Planning is a software tool which enables a manufacturer to plan, allocate and track material and financial resources for a production process. Machine language Binary instructions to a computer that it can execute directly, without translation.
Manufacturing Resources Planning is the computerized method for planning the use of a company' s resources, including scheduling raw materials, vendors, and production equipment and processes. (7/96)
A method for planning all the resources of a manufacturing company, including business planning, production planning, master production scheduling, material and capacity requirements, and execution systems. MRP II systems were a precursor to enterprise resource planning (ERP) and ERP II systems. See ERP and ERP II.
Manufacturing Resources Planning is a computerized method for planning the use of a company's resources, including scheduling raw materials, vendors, production equipment, and processes. System includes financials, manufacturing, and distribution management.
(pronounced 'MRP two') Manufacturing Resource Planning - same as MRP but with Financials, Sales and Purchasing and some Manufacturing around the outside. Also defined as closed loop MRP. It was with the development of MRP II that whole business processes could be linked into a single integrated business system.
Material Resource Planning, newer version of MRP included in almost all ERP packages MRP processor needs at least following data:: - MPS - Main Production Schedule - M/O Manufacturing Orders - BOM Bills Of Material - material on hand - P/O Purchasing Orders - item master with leadtimes, vendor information etc.
Manufacturing Resources Planning NISCI National Initiative For Supply Chain Integration, Ltd. NPV's Net Present Values
Manufacturing Resources Planning (voir PRP) NISCI National Initiative For Supply Chain Integration, Ltd.
Abbreviation for manufacturing resource planning.