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David B Gleditsch, Guillaume J Schrijnemakers, Sharon A James, Barry L Kulback, Roberto E Bonalumi, Victor A Colon: Method and system for providing sufficient availability of manufacturing resources to meet unanticipated demand. American Standard, Kramer Levin Naft & Frankel, July 2, 2002: US06415195 (26 worldwide citation)

A system and method of scheduling demand for a manufacturing resource in response to a customer order for a product is provided. The system and method includes means for tracking scheduled finished goods orders, existing finished goods inventory, past due finished goods orders, unallocated customer ...


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David B Gleditsch, Guillaume J Schrijnemakers, Sharon A James, Barry L Kulback, Roberto E Bonalumi, Victor A Colon: Method and system for providing sufficient availability of manufacturing resources to meet unanticipated demand. American Standard, Kramer Levin Naftal & Frankel, May 21, 2002: US06393332 (18 worldwide citation)

A system and method of scheduling demand for a manufacturing resource in response to a customer order for a product is provided. The system and method includes means for tracking scheduled finished goods orders, existing finished goods inventory, past due finished goods orders, unallocated customer ...


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David B Gleditsch, Guillaume J Schrijnemakers, Sharon A James, Barry L Kulback, Roberto E Bonalumi, Victor A Colon: Method and system for providing sufficient availability of manufacturing resources to meet unanticipated demand. American Standard, Kramer Levin Naftal & Frankel, July 2, 2002: US06415194 (8 worldwide citation)

A system and method of scheduling demand for a manufacturing resource in response to a customer order for a product is provided. The system and method includes means for tracking scheduled finished goods orders, existing finished goods inventory, past due finished goods orders, unallocated customer ...


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David B Gleditsch, Guillaume J Schrijnemakers, Sharon A James, Barry L Kulback, Roberto E Bonalumi, Victor A Colon: Method and system for providing sufficient availability of manufacturing resources to meet unanticipated demand. American Standard, Kramer Levin Nafta & Frankel, May 28, 2002: US06397118 (6 worldwide citation)

A system and method of scheduling demand for a manufacturing resource in response to a customer order for a product is provided. The system and method includes means for tracking scheduled finished goods orders, existing finished goods inventory, past due finished goods orders, unallocated customer ...