Amkor has the ability to receive and store a customer’s purchase order(s) electronically, eliminating the need for manual entry by Amkor personnel. While there are a variety of options, Amkor is interested in using the recently released RosettaNet PO standard as much as possible.
Amkor has the ability to receive incoming shipment information from our customers. When loaded into our systems it provides advance notice to the factories that a specific lot is on its way to the factory. This allows for pre-scheduling, and makes possible the benefits gained by reducing manual entry at the factories.
Amkor has FTP servers located at our Document Control Centers. This capability gives customers the option of delivering their bond diagrams, wafer maps, marking instructions, etc… to the factories instantaneously. No more troublesome fax machines or e-mail; FTP is a more secure and reliable method.
Amkor has the ability to receive customer’s release order electronically. This enables the factories to react much quicker to a requested release to the production floor, and of course makes possible the benefits gained by reducing manual entry at the factories.
Amkor has many options for sending WIP information to our customers. The methods available are as diverse as the information available. Most basically, customers have the option of status level data where a snapshot is provided of all lots at the factories or transactional level data where the actual process steps can be shown individually and therefore loaded into a customer’s internal systems.
Amkor has the ability to send shipping information to our customers electronically. Enabling customers to receive the ship alert much faster than a fax, and provide the data in a format that can feed directly into the customer’s internal systems for tracking purposes.
Amkor has the ability to send billing information to our customers electronically, thereby enabling customers to get the invoice information before the paper copy arrives and in a format that can feed their internal systems directly. The loading of this information electronically also helps to promote accuracy.