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PSL will exhibit its Datatrack business administration and production software and the Status Board display system at Mach 2010, where the company is exhibiting alongside Star Micronics GB.

New Datatrack editions include Evolution, Precision, Contract and Ultimate modules.

First time investors can consider the entry level Evolution system, which provides the functionality to manage essential sales and purchasing functions, from estimate to invoice, together with component and material stock control.

The Precision module is ideal for larger businesses where scheduling, shop-floor data collection and job costing are more critical, together with more sophisticated production analysis.

Contract is designed for companies involved in large and small and simple and complex assemblies, such as producers of special-purpose equipment, test rigs and electronic products, including PCBs.

Ultimate meets the requirements of companies with the most demanding and varied types of manufacture.

It includes management of tooling, quality, EDI and more functions.

The advantage of the new editions is that businesses from any industrial sector from sub-contract manufacturing to any form of assembly or product build can now purchase the edition they need to help manage their business and reduce costs.

Upgrading to other editions is simple, as is integrating other modules at a later date when requirements change and business expands.

Starting at less than GBP3,000, PSL Datatrack is an affordable and essential tool for every kind of manufacturing business.

All PSL Datatrack editions can be specified to run real-time Status Boards, connect to external systems such as accounting, tooling and material storage systems and can provide EDI links where necessary.

The latest version of Status Board is the Boardroom version, which can display any relevant information for a business, giving directors instant real-time updates of key business operating parameters from the moment they arrive in the office.

Boardroom Status Board’s multi-layer charting facility displays information on any aspect of the manufacturing process, combining production data with KPIs.

Typical displays include: delivery and current WIP values versus budgets; delivery performance specific and by period average; achieved delivery promises; supplier delivery performance and overdue purchases; non-conformance analysis and quality results; and stock-value statistics.

The benefits of these displays will be specific to individual company circumstances, but will include tighter financial control, rigid control of inventory, precise analysis of delivery performance, prediction of potential problems and real-time monitoring of production.

MACH 2010 will be held at the NEC Birmingham from 7-11 June 2010.

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