As a manufacturer, your goal is to ensure that your actual costs align to estimates and the correct materials are available for production in order to minimize costly rush orders and wasting time waiting for materials to arrive. Which is why it is imperative to have an accurate bill of materials (BOM) and routing standards in place. How can this be done?
With the Acumatica Manufacturing Edition, you are guaranteed to have an accurate and well-defined bill of materials (BOM) which will enable you to improve your production scheduling in order to maximize throughput and capacity utilization.
Gone are the days of the inaccurate bill of materials and routing definitions that disrupt your production schedules and create cost variances that inconvenience your material plans. With Acumatica, you no longer have to think twice about how to create a bill of materials.
Acumatica enables you to connect materials, work instructions and overhead costs to an operation to accommodate time-phased release of materials
Access to multiple levels of bills of material for both engineering and costed views of your entire product structure
Enjoy the ability to calculate costs at average, standard and actual cost. Furthermore, you can add fixed and variable tooling and overhead costs.
Create, maintain, and control master data definitions of products and processes
A bill of materials or product structure is a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, parts, and the quantities of each needed to manufacture an end product. Acumatica is one of few best-in-class integrated MRP systems. It simplifies your product development processes.
It serves as the core of any manufacturing process because it lays out all information required to assemble a part. Not only does a BOM outline what manufactured and raw materials are needed to build a part, but it also includes the equipment and tools needed to build the parts.
It includes all alternative and substitutes part numbers and parts contained in the drawing notes. Every line of the bill of materials (BOM) includes the product code, part name, part number, part revision, description, quantity, unit of measure, size, length, weight, and specifications or features of the product. Creating a BOM jas never been simpler.
Stay a step ahead and easily navigate your way around lead times with the world’s fastest-growing ERP systems.
Need help immediately? We guarantee fast responses and service excellence for all queries.
Contact us today for a demo or site analysis and we propose the right solution for your business.