Entire customizable manufacturing cycle including Bill of Materials (BOMs), Work
Orders, Production plans, Job cards.
Nested BOMs, Workstations, Operations and Routing. Overheads calculations to
ensure the exact manufacturing costs.
Multi-level quality inspections to ensure the quality parameters through entire
aw materials procurement, Scrap Management. Scrap can be managed as a bi-product as well.
Multi-Level Bill of Materials
A Bill of Materials
(BOM) can be defined including the complete recipe of the finished goods.
A Workstation in the system stores information regarding the place where the workstation operations are carried out.
Complete quality inspection at receiving, dispatching and during the manufacturing process.
Automated material consumption tracking during the whole manufacturing process.
Sub-contract items during the manufacturing process
Manage the scrap as a waste or a new inventory items as well.
A Routing in the system stores all Operations along with the description, hourly rate,
operation time, batch size, etc. Creating a Routing for your BOM Operations is useful when
similar Operations are used for manufacturing different items.
A Work Order in the system is a document given to the manufacturing shop floor by the
Production Planner as a signal to manufacture a certain quantity of a certain Item. The Work
Order also helps generate the material requirements (Stock Entry) for the Item to be
produced from its Bill of Materials.
A Timesheet is the record of the number of hours spent by an employee on completion of
The Timesheet can also be used to calculate the billable towards an employee, to calculate
their salaries, or to track an employee’s contribution towards a Project or a Task.
A Production Plan in the system helps in production and material planning for the Items
planned for manufacturing. These production items can be committed via Sales Order (to
Customers) or Material Requests (internally).
A Job Card stores actual production information about a particular Operation performed on a
A Job Card is created from the Work Order and given to each of the Workstations in the
manufacturing floor to start the production of an item with a certain quantity in each of the
operations defined in the Work Order.
An operation in the system refers to any manufacturing operation (various processes)
performed on the raw materials to process it further in the manufacturing path. For
example, Drilling, Mixing, Coating, Cutting, Fitting etc.
Analysis for the production processes.
Item / Raw Materials Alternatives
Allowing the alternative items can be configured in the system if there are possible
Capacity planning in the system is the process in which an organization decides whether or
not to accept the new orders based on the resources and existing work orders
All of the reports listed below are included in the Accounting module. Besides that, reports can be customized in order to meet the requirements.