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Choosing CyberPlan means choosing software that adapts to your needs, is easy to learn and use, effective, flexible and, above all, robust. CyberPlan stands out as a product oriented towards intelligent innovation, able to anticipate technologies and with a constant focus on product solidity. The technology on which it is based allows you to manage all processes in a single environment and to create feasible and verified plans at all levels with each simulation. The picture is completed by ease of reading the data and ease of interaction with the user. Added to this is the guarantee given by an important, long-standing and varied customer base, which over more than 30 years of experience has allowed us to cover many typical processes in different sectors.

CyberPlan is perfectly suited to all sectors of discrete manufacturing. The sectors with the greatest number of implementations are metalworking, electrical/electromechanical, machinery and plants, plastic moulding, automotive, food, consumer products, fashion, wood and paper, furniture and heavy industry.

CyberPlan is accessible via a web platform and is distributed both on-premise, with a one-time purchase, and as a service (SaaS/cloud), with a subscription-based purchase model.

CyberPlan is available in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese.

The implementation time depends on the company, the processes involved and the availability of the user team. The average project lasts from 3 to 6 months.

The time required for a planner to learn how to use CyberPlan can vary considerably and depends more on the individual skills of the person than on the system itself. If the planner is already familiar with computer use, understands production constraints, and has a propensity for rapid learning, it may only take a few weeks of minimal training to gain in-depth proficiency. Conversely, in the absence of such skills and familiarity, the transition may take a longer period.

Users who use CyberPlan are required to know the process they are called upon to manage and the related processes (for example, those who must plan production should know their company's production process, how to manage capacities and loads, but also the logic of procurement of purchasing materials, which are the most critical materials, etc.). A further prerequisite is that users have a basic knowledge in the use of computers and information systems.

To install CyberPlan, it is essential to have the advanced production module on the management system that allows the ERP to manage the plan data. The data must contain the main information to manage an MRP, such as bill of materials, production cycles and MRP parameters. In addition, you need to have basic knowledge in the field of production.

The measurable results obtained with CyberPlan are many and of great value. Among the main quantifiable aspects are the increase in the level of service and customer satisfaction thanks to on-time deliveries, the reduction of set-up times and the reduction of costs. To these are added important qualitative benefits such as multi-level planning on a single database, the reduction of planning times, the elimination of silos between departments and the significant reduction or elimination of the use of Excel sheets. In addition, the use of CyberPlan will allow the growth of the business without the need to add resources to the planning and programming department.

Yes, the software handles a whole range of set ups (e.g. skills matrix) and tooling.


Yes, CyberPlan has an MRP that is used in most implementations as it allows you to benefit in a single environment from both planning and scheduling to create and validate feasible plans in terms of materials, production capacity and resource availability.

Of course, it is possible to manage the detailed scheduling by generating the best sequence at the shift and day level.

Yes. Thanks to the integrated MRP, CyberPlan gives full visibility on materials and missing allowing you to act in advance.

Sure, it's one of the main outputs of finite-capacity scheduling. In addition to late orders, CyberPlan also displays the earliest possible delivery date and the causes of delays.

Yes, with CyberPlan it is possible to manage both the cycle alternatives and to promptly modify the resource concerned to carry out an activity.

Yes, through the specific module for demand planning integrated with planning and scheduling logics. This module, compared to other demand planning products, is calibrated precisely for the needs of manufacturing companies.

It depends on the processes and needs of the company, typically once or twice a day, with the possibility of performing on-demand imports by the operator.

Of course,CyberPlan can manage contractor capacity, order list, delays, and material return dates.

Yes, with CyberPlan, the purchasing department can view the list of needs and, if necessary, can issue purchase orders directly in CyberPlan, adopting the merging policies of the management system.


An advanced planning system like CyberPlan becomes essential when you have complexity in managing your supply chain or production. If you are facing challenges related to planning, inventory management, or want to optimize your production to improve efficiency and reduce costs, then it is the ideal time to consider implementing an Advanced Planning and Scheduling System software such as CyberPlan.

Integrating an APS with an ERP system offers powerful synergies. OPS streamlines planning, improving supply chain visibility and efficiency, while ERP manages business data centrally. Together, they provide a comprehensive approach to business management, streamlining processes and enabling informed decisions on a business scale.

An Advanced Planning and Scheduling System (APS) is a broader and more strategic tool, able to manage long-term planning and resource optimization. A scheduler instead focuses on the detailed management of short-term resources. In summary, the APS is designed for overall planning, while the scheduler takes care of detailed operational planning and execution.


To organize a DEMO, fill out the request form. You will be contacted by one of our operators within 48 hours to make an appointment.

The DEMO shows the main features of the software. The DEMO is interactive, you can ask questions in real time and get answers on how CyberPlan can be customized to meet the specific needs of your business.

An average DEMO session lasts half anhour.


Integration has the task of allowing interoperability between different software sources, through the creation of standard procedures that allow the sharing of data. The information exchange procedure involves a phase of importing data from the ERP (basic master data, sales orders, purchase orders, production orders, inventories, etc.) and, following the simulation activity, a phase of exporting key data managed by the APS processes to the ERP. These phases have a high variability, linked to the different connection technologies and functional models adopted with the various computer systems: this also results in a high variability of implementation times. The closer you get to standard solutions, the less time it takes to complete this design phase. Integration can take place via standard connector, border tables or APIs.

CyberPlan has always been developed to integrate easily with ERP and the ability to integrate is valued positively by many customers. Currently, CyberPlan can be integrated with a wide range of ERPs, including SAP, SAP 4/HANA, SAP Business One, Oracle, JDE, Microsoft Dynamics, Infor, Sage, Mago, AdHoc, OndaVision, Pantera, Method, Gamma, Galileo, eSolver, DNA, Diapason, AX, and As400. Integration flexibility allows you to adapt to different business needs.

With regard to integration, it is necessary to:

  • define the data exchange architecture and technologies;
  • define the functional contours of the ERP and CyberPlan (who does what?);
  • acquire and transfer data to the ERP in a consistent, accurate and complete manner;
  • have a system for monitoring any errors.

The integration phase is an important part of the project and must be followed by resources who have adequate technical (knowledge of data structures, technologies, etc.) and functional (knowledge of processes) skills.

CyberPlan has developed over the years several standard connectors, the main ones are: SAP (connector certified by SAP), Oracle/JDE, Zucchetti AdHoc, Zucchetti Revolution, OperaMES.


Fill in the information form on the page dedicated to Partners. You will be contacted again to deepen the possibilities of collaboration

We carefully select our partners. Fundamental factors for starting the collaboration are knowledge of the manufacturing sector and production planning, together with a good IT base.

By becoming a partner, you will be able to offer your customers a renowned and easy-to-implement software, which brings tangible results to companies, allowing them to do business in an agile way. You will also join the CyberPlan community, having access to courses, training opportunities and conferences.

The CyberPlan partnership selection process is characterized by a strict attention to quality. There are numerous requests for partnerships, and they are carefully evaluated to ensure valuable collaborations for customers.

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