The first plant to use dr.corr is a converter plant in Monterrey, Mexico, where planning had before been manual, and production analysis had only been rudimentary.
Solpack has a few modern machines but also a lot of manual processes where multiple crews can work on different orders, or together on the same orders. That makes it hard to monitor
production and performance and to keep track of the remaining capacity.
dr.corr allows work on an order to be split onto one or several tables. Tables can be working at the same time on several orders, or all on one. Production is entered pallet by
pallet, so that production progress can be monitored, allowing performance to be measured for each table's crew.