Sage 200 Bill Of Materials Module
Some of the key features of the Sage bill of materials module include:
- The ability to use version control for BOMs, allowing multiple versions of a BOM with audit trail options.
- The ability to break down a user’s business into areas such as machines, operations, materials and labour.
- The ability to set up sub-assemblies to use on BOMs as well as specific components.
- The ability to group individual BOM records into Bill of Materials groups to enable companies to process more efficiently.
- The option to add notes, attachments and drawings to BOM records for a clearer picture of the end product that is being built.
- Facility to print BOM picking lists.
- Integration with the nominal ledger and stock control modules.
- Ability to obtain costings for each build run. Costings can be ran on individual or multiple BOMs basis and include overheads.
- A breakdown of the costs can be viewed once the BOM has been costed.
- An option to import Bill of Materials records in XML format. A conversion tool is available to convert certain Bill of Materials CSV files to the required XML format, which will enable users to set up BOMs more quickly.
- Several standard BOM reports including reporting on BOM costing history, allocation information, build information, construction information and traceable components.
- The BOM explosion feature which allows users to see the structure of a BOM from top down. This can be printed to assist an organisation’s warehouse staff.
- The BOM implosion feature which allows users to see which BOMs an item is used on. This can be printed or sent to excel.
- A maximum build enquiry screen to determine the maximum of a BOM that can built based on current free stock.
- A trial kitting feature which enables users to check whether you have enough stock to build your BOMs
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North Star Housing Group