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FACTON EPC for proactive cost management across the entire company

FACTON’s EPC Suite is specifically designed for costing, analysis and optimization in all departments of a company, ensuring profitability and sustainable growth. By implementing FACTON EPC, businesses can ensure that all divisions and departments work hand in hand when it comes to costing.

FACTON EPC not only fits many different industries, but also creates added value in the various costing processes accross the company, such as the development and production accompanying price calculation, the purchase part price analysis and offer calculation. Different departments are often involved in these central calculation processes. Each of these areas has its own view on cost management and defines it according to its own criteria – depending on internal goals and tasks.

Only a 360-degree view that includes all departments as well as the entire product lifecycle ensures complete cost transparency. This makes it all the more important that FACTON EPC consolidates data from all areas of the company and creates common standards. This enables companies to consistently pursue an interdisciplinary cost management approach.

FACTON EPC SUPPORTS ESSENTIAL DECISION-MAKING AND CROSS-DIVISIONAL PROCESSES

Top Management

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Controlling

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THE FACTON EPC SUITE SUPPORTS THE THREE CORE PROCESSES

Development accompanying calculation

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Purchase parts price analysis in purchasing

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Quotation costing for sales departments

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BEST PRACTICES

White paper: Offer Calculation

Learn more about challenges and success factors in offer calculation.

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White paper: Results-oriented Decision-making

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White paper: Should Costing

Understand costing structures and identify optimization potential.

White paper: Should Costing