ERP for Manufacturing is of great value for entities or businesses that create new products out of raw materials and labor. Examples:
- Construction Companies
Their pains: Must keep track of sales, inventory, and customer information, among others.
Description and Benefits of ERP
Our ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is a web-based solution that can also be integrated to an accounting system with the overall goal of enhancing the health and growth of a business through information management. Among countless other advantages, an ERP system gives you the data oversight such as performances of branches, warehouse, sales reports, cash flow and inventory accountability so you can make well-informed decisions.
As a result, these two systems can help improve productivity, achieve greater accuracy, strengthen accountability and decrease operational costs. Top-level admins can determine which functions are visible to each user. Each user has a username and password allowing transactions to be traced for audit-trail purposes.
ERP for Manufacturing Screen Recording
List of Functionalities
Warehouse Management – add and edit warehouses, put contact numbers and address, view the list in one glance.
Ingredients Creation and Management – Name an ingredient, add details, assign conversions per stock units, select and assign to accounts. The system automatically computes and pulls data from inventory to show real time status of stocks quantity.
Stocks Management – warehouses can request, transfer and receive stocks. A gate pass is automatically generated by the requesting warehouse and to be signed by the receiving warehouse.
Warehouse Inventory – See the status of the warehouses in one glance at their dashboard. User can see available stocks and other details.
Stock Counts – an inventory officer performs stock counts in a warehouse: here, he / she selects the warehouse, stock count date, ingredient / item name, quantity and publishes the stock count.
Purchase Orders – select a supplier or source, select receiving warehouse, purchase order date and assign reference number. Select ingredients from the drop-down, determine quantity, user has capacity to edit unit price. Can also view the list of POs, Edit previous POs, move to received or delete PO.
Receive Orders – view the list of received orders both unbilled and billed, view details of each order. Receiver assigns expiration date of the received order and quantity. Convert to bill, assign to account payable, select payment term.
Bills – view list of unpaid bills, view details of unpaid bills such as supplier name, billed date, status and payment term (e.g. 30 days, 60 days).
Outlets List – view list of outlets, view details of each, view their assigned official receipt number.
Request Stocks– view list and details of requesting outlets, add stock requests: select requesting outlet, select names and type quantity of ingredients.
Approve Stock Request – the approving staff will determine quantity to be given to requesting outlet. Upon clicking ‘Next’ the next function is ‘transfer’.
Transfer Stocks– view list and details of outlets that transferred stocks.
Determine the source (warehouse or another outlet) of each stock request, determine quantity to be transferred.
Create gate pass and approve dispatch
Receive Stocks- received stocks will reflect in this list once the Gate Pass staff receives the stock.
Gate Pass – a distinct/conspicuous button appears once there is an upcoming stock, gate pass holder will type number of items received.
Outlet Inventory– select outlet and see available stocks, expiry dates and other item details for each outlet. Capacity to print outlet inventory.
Stock Counts – an inventory officer performs stock counts (announced or unannounced) in an outlet: here, he / she selects the warehouse, stock count date, ingredient / item name, quantity and publishes the stock count.
Categories – has capacities to add new product category, edit category names
Products – See list of products, view details, edit sales price, add new product
Add New Product – Create a recipe: Enter product code, enter the product name, enter product description, select product category, select sales unit
Select Recipe – Select ingredients, select type, determine quantity, Unit of Measurement (UOM)
Financial Section – Select expense account, select sales account
Sales Orders – See list of sales order, date, sales order #, official receipt #, outlet, prepared by, total amount, view details button.
Expense Reports – See list of expense reports, date, report #, status, outlet, prepared by, action button/functionality
General Items – See list of general items, item #, name, description, account, edit button
Credit Notes – See list of credit notes, date, credit note #, prepared by, supplier, view details, apply button
Applied Credit Notes – See list of applied credit notes, reference #, status, applied by, supplier, applied amount, view details.
View Reports by Materials – Filter report by beginning date to end date, select by ingredient, by outlet, all outlet / ingredient.
View Reports by Cups – filter date range, capacity to print sales report. Columns: Outlet, cup size, total size, view more button: product number, name, description, quantity, total number of cups sold.
View Detailed Report – filter date range, capacity to print sales report. Columns: outlet, date, gross sales, VAT, discounts, Net Sales
View List of Inventory Worksheet – Date, inventory worksheet #, warehouse / outlet, prepared by, view details button: displays list of ingredients, adjusted quantity, stock on hand, new quantity
Add new inventory worksheet (Warehouse) – Select warehouse, add expiration date, name, quantity, add row button
Add new inventory worksheet (Outlet) – Select outlet, add expiration date, name, quantity, add row button.