Aus Steel deploys Syspro to improve manufacturing operations

Residential steel frame supplier Aus Steel has selected enterprise resource planning specialist Syspro to help the company drive efficiencies in its build process and improve the scheduling of its precision engineered frames.

Headquartered in Cameron Park in Newcastle, Aus Steel has been in the steel frame and truss industry since 1992. The company produces custom frames using G550 steel on its roll form machines. .

“We have ambitious plans to grow the business further, so we’ve looked at innovative ways to improve our manufacturing and our vision of challenging the way Australia achieve builds,” said Aus Steel chief operating officer Lewis Onley.

Aus Steel decided to implement a cloud-based ERP system to replace its manual systems which are currently based on unlinked databases and Excel spreadsheets. The company looked at several options in the market and then shortlisted three ERP systems.

“We selected Syspro Cloud ERP due to its superior manufacturing capabilities complete with advanced planning and scheduling through the Syspro MOM (Manufacturing Operations Management) system as well as the team’s deep understanding of manufacturing and Aus Steel’s specific needs,” Onley said.

Syspro will be implemented across Aus Steel’s core business processes including manufacturing, distribution, and finance and will enable the Aus Steel to schedule production processes, provide more accurate costing information to clients, and be able to respond quickly to future changes and disruptions in the market through real-time information.

“Implementing Syspro Cloud ERP and Syspro MOM will enable Aus Steel to manage the entire lifecycle of our steel frame products, drive operational efficiencies amidst rising costs and supply chain challenges whilst supporting our ambitious growth plans,” said Onley.

“We’re excited to be working with Aus Steel on their digitalisation journey and are looking forward to a fulfilling partnership that will enable the company to achieve its projected growth targets whilst driving operational efficiencies,” concluded Syspro CEO Asia Pacific Rob Stummer.


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