Model sistem informasi manufaktur untuk menerapkan strategi bersaing cost leadership melalui efisiensi persediaan di Surabaya Glory Motor

Sudijanto, Ilda Monika (2004) Model sistem informasi manufaktur untuk menerapkan strategi bersaing cost leadership melalui efisiensi persediaan di Surabaya Glory Motor. Undergraduate thesis, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya.

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Abstract

The Surabaya Glory Motor company was one of retailers in sales of spare parts and agriculture engines. The consumers it targeted as end users ranged from the middle to the lower classes, who were very sensitive to price fluctuations. To win the sale competition, the company was applying a strategy of cost leadership enabling it to set prices lower than those offered by its competitors. To secure profits despite the lower prices, it had to keep the principal costs of production down as low as possible. The research used a descriptive method to describe the problems the Surabaya Glory Motor company had to deal with in the application of a manufacturing information system. The data were gathered thought interviews, study documents, and observations. The results of the analysis indicated that the system preferred so far had led to failure to keep the confirmation of delivery time agreed with buyers. Delays in obtaining confirmation of consignment dates was attributed to the lack of employees able to ensure rapid procurement of goods. Difficulty in identifying correct names of products for the compilation of a purchase order, inconsistent quality of products, frequent overstock and stockout, dualism in job descriptions lowered job satisfication among employees. Discussions in the course of this research had produced an improved design of a model of manufacturing information system suitable to support the application of the cost leadership strategy. The newly designed model was meant to help the company solve the problems it was facing. By this arrangement, data fed to the database were then queried and normalized by several stages generating a subsystem of output useful to users. The data passed into the database comprised accounting information system, industrial engineering subsystem, and manufacture Intelligence subsystem. The resultant data output consisted of subsystems of production, inventory, quality, and costs. The accounting information system consisted of letters of requests for goods, requests for purchases, purchase orders, list of purchase order numbers, and letters of return. The industrial engineering subsystem consisted of standard operational procedures, letter of job instructions, details of warehouse capacity, standards of hours per man per unit, diagram of process paces, bills of materials, coding scheme, standard criteria of evaluation, quality check sheets, and layout of production floors, Manufacturing intelligence subsystem passed into the database was made up of collections of intelligence concerning supplies, trade unions, and market surveys. Output of production subsystem comprised master production schedules, material requirement planning, letters ofjob orders, report on work results, receipts of incoming goods, and delivery schedules. The output subsystem of supplies constituted a stock card. The quality subsystem comprised packaging inspection results, quality product examination results, and quality check sheets. The cost subsystem output came out of the principal production expenses. Output of data produced by the database would reduce elements of work movement by users so that the lime needed to complete a particular task could be minimized (theory about motion and time study) and the number of employees could be reduced in addition, there would he no longer need for a large supply of essential materials (theory about just in time) as the arrival schedules of those necessities had been adjusted to the lead lime of suppliers and to the production capacity ol the company, Thus the newly designed model of manufacturing information system would prove supportive for the application by the Surabaya Glory Motor company of an improved strategy of cost leadership.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Manufacturing information system, cost leadership strategy, standard operational procedure, motion and time study, lead time, just in time.
Subjects: Business
Business > Strategic Management
Divisions: Graduate School > Master Program in Management
Depositing User: Sri Kusuma Dewi
Date Deposited: 26 Jun 2015 07:55
Last Modified: 26 Jun 2015 07:55
URI: http://repository.wima.ac.id/id/eprint/2525

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