Manufacturing & Service

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Manufacturing Order Manufacturing order is a document, group of documents, or schedule conveying authority for the manufacture of specified parts or products in specified quantities. A Manufacturing Order can be created in two methods – From the record level From the Scheduler Tab From the Record Level: The steps below explain how to create a Manufacturing record. Navigate to App Menu > Manufacturing App > On the Manufacturing App you will find the Manufacturing
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Create Manufacturing Orders: You can create manufacturing orders for products by using the Manufacturing Workbench: Navigate to the Manufacturing app > Manufacturing Workbench On the Planner sub-tab, you can track the capacity planning overview of the selected work center, a resource group or a resource. To create a new Manufacturing order, click the “+Manufacturing Order” button located on the top right corner. Page navigates to the scheduler tab as
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Work Orders for Service, Maintenance or Installations You can create work orders for products that require service/installations or maintenance by using the Service Workbench: Navigate to the Maintenance app > Service Workbench On the Planner sub-tab, you can track the capacity planning overview of the selected work center, a resource group or a resource. To create a new work order, click the “+Work Order” button located on the top right corner. Page navigates to the
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A work center is a unit in an organisation where all activities associated with manufacturing processes are performed. Work centers are used to allocate resources and in work orders to complete the manufacturing process. Work centers are usually used to calculate the number of hours required to execute the process, the cost involved in project completion and the availability of the resources within a planned duration of the project end date. Create Work Center Work centers can be ‘Is
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The term Work-in-Progress (WIP) is a production and supply-chain management term describing partially finished goods awaiting completion. WIP refers to the raw materials, labor, and overhead costs incurred for products that are at various stages of the production process. WIP Links are created on every Manufacturing and Maintenance Products. Navigate to the app menu > Products tab. Once in the Products section, select the product to create the WIP Link. In the related tab, find
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Work Planning is done to have a detailed outlook on how the workforce is utilized to accomplish a task and how work centers are linked to process. Work planning also gives an overview of the Project related tasks. We can add a work planner record and assign it to Process, Process Cycle and Work Center. Navigate to the App Menu > Work Center Go to Work planner in the related section of a work center Create New Add work planner name, Work Center, Process and Process
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The resource is used for the manufacturing process. Manufacturing resource groups can be electromechanical assemblies, cable assemblies, machinery, and human resource as well as Job floor assistants, assembly workers, and others. The human resource comes under workforce in manufacturing. A Resource Group can have a team of the professional workforce or a resource group has a set of machinery used for a particular process. Resource Group Add the resource group on the capacity planner's
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Capacity planning is the process of determining the production capacity needed in manufacturing a product. For an organization, capacity would be the ability of a given system to produce output within the specific period.   In Capacity Planning, we can get a daily overview of the work assigned to work centers or Resource Groups. To Create Capacity Planning Navigate to the app menu > Capacity Planner. Create a new Capacity Planning record by clicking “New.” Select
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Work management involves creating, qualifying, dispatching, and executing requests for off-site work, called work orders. The steps and functions of the work order lifecycle work together to ensure that off-site issues are resolved in the most efficient manner possible. Users with the appropriate roles create the work orders and provide all the necessary information needed for the work order tasks. For the qualified, those work orders necessary tasks are created to complete the work
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A Bill of Material (BOM) is the functionality used to set up a production module in an ERP system. A BOM is essentially used to manage a list of components used to produce the end product. The manufacturing of the end product goes through numerous phases of production; a BOM records the details of components needed at various phases of production. Creating a BOM is essential because the correct component must be available during the manufacture of the finished products. Every BOM record