Eagle Consulting Group Joins Net@Work

Eagle Consulting Group Has Merged With Net@Work, A Top Worldwide Sage Software Business Partner.

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Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 Bill Of Materials Module
The Bill of Materials module enables you to create and maintain a detailed bill of the components and charges that comprise your finished goods and subassembly items.

The bills can be revised and reconfigured as necessary to meet your company’s changing specifications. A wide variety of informative reports detail bill structures, outline component usage, calculate gross requirements, and determine accurate bill costing.

Broad flexibility is granted in the configuration of bills through the use of the Option Bills features, and through the use of Revision Codes to track changes made to the bill’s design. When Sales Order Processing is integrated, you can select bills in Sales Order Entry and Invoice Data Entry.

When used by itself, the Bill of Material module effectively accommodates the recording of production after-the-fact. When used in conjunction with the Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 Work Order Processing module and the Material Requirements Planning module, a full-featured manufacturing solution is realized.

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Data Entry Screen Shots Utilities Integration
Forms Transaction History Inquires Features
Report Examples Other Reports
Operational Flexibility
Setup Controls Advanced Options Flexible setup controls allow you to indicate whether you will utilize: bill revisions, options, engineering change control, sales kits, and phantom bills. Further options indicate whether duplicate component items should be allowed on a bill, whether or not negative quantities are allowed, and if scrap and yield percentages will be utilized.
Data Entry Features
Addition of New Items
New items may be added on the fly when entering a new bill, letting data entry continue in an efficient manner.
Bill of Materials Maintenance
Bill of Materials Maintenance allows you to create and maintain detailed bills of components and miscellaneous charges that make up your finished items. Data elements that can be entered for a component include: component part number, find number, step number, scrap percentage, and quantity of the component needed to build one of the parent items. If the component is an assembly with its own bill of materials, a bill revision level can also be specified.
Disassembly Entry
The Disassembly Entry option allows the disassembly of bills that have already been produced. Can be used to reverse previously posted production entries.
Production Entry
Production Entry adds manufactured products into inventory and relieves component items used in the production. During Production Entry, bills are exploded into component detail lines automatically. Component lines may then be added, deleted, or modified.
Multi-Level Production Entry
A single bill may include up to 99 subassemblies. Specify whether you want the subassemblies exploded during production entry and disassembly entry. This feature saves the time of performing production entries for each subassembly.
Batch Entry, Print, and Update
Batch processing enables multiple Production Entry sessions to take place simultaneously, each with a unique batch number. Each batch can be printed and updated independently.
Copying Existing Bills
Save time when creating a new bill by copying existing bill information as a base for the new bill.
Engineering Change Control
Enter change orders for any bill. Add or delete any number of components. An effective date specified on each change order dictates when the changes are scheduled to be implemented.
Screen Shots
Bill of Materials Options - Main Bill of Materials Options - Additional
Bill of Materials Maintenance - Header Bill of Materials Maintenance - Lines
Bill of Materials Maintenance - Option Bill Maintenance Bill of Materials Inquiry - After you press explode
Bill of Materials - Where-Used Inquiry Bill of Materials Production Entry - Header
Bill of Materials Production Entry - Lines Bill of Materials - Production Label Printing
Bill of Materials Disassembly Entry - Header Bill of Materials Disassembly Entry - Lines
Engineering Change Entry - Header Engineering Change Entry - Lines
Engineering Change Entry - Text Maintenance Screen Replace/Delete Component Entry
Useful Utilities
Replace/Delete Components A valuable utility enabling you to replace all occurrences of an obsolete component with a new component, without having to individually modify all the affected bills.
Integration With Other Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 Modules
Bill Of Materials integrates with the Work Order, MRP, Inventory, and General Ledger modules.
Picking Sheet Printing Picking sheets can be produced to itemize the locations, types, and quantities of all components required for a specified bill configuration. Production Label Production Label Printing uses information entered in Production Entry to produce labels for manufactured items.
Transaction History
Change Orders Engineering Change Order History is maintained.
Production Transaction History is maintained.
Where-Used Inquiry The Where-Used Inquiry may be used to display a complete list of all bills on which a specific item is a component. Choose from a single-level, indented, or summarized view. Bill of Materials Inquiry User Bill of Materials Inquiry to obtain quick access to the components and other attributes of a bill. The data is offered for display purposes only.
Inventory Inquiry Access inventory item information in a read-only format directly from the Bill of Materials Main menu.
Rich Feature Set
Bar Code Printing Production labels and picking sheets can include two types of bar codes. Bill Revisions The Bill Revision feature allows you to manufacture products using a bill’s current revision while developing a new revision. Old revisions may be maintained for service and repair purposes.
Lot and Serial Items Up to 100 lines of extended description may be entered for each step of a routing or a work order. Print the description on the work order traveler and operation ticket to provide detailed instructions to shop employees. Material Issue Methods Materials may be issued automatically when a work order is released, or issued manually at your determination. Additionally, a backflush method is available to issue material when a work order completion is recorded.
Multi-Level Production Entry Record the manufacture of lot and serial items during Production Entry. Both the parent bill and components may be lot or serial items. Item labels including lot or serial numbers can be printed. Miscellaneous Charges You may include noninventory costs associated with the manufacturing process by including miscellaneous charge codes in your bills.
Multiple Warehouses During Production Entry, you can specify the warehouse on a component-by-component basis enabling an item located in one warehouse to be built with items from other warehouses. Option Bills A single bill can have several options defined allowing it to accommodate various configurations of the finished product. You can define up to nine separate option categories for each bill, and within each category, any number of individual options can be defined.
Phantom Bills To represent assemblies that are not stocked in inventory, phantom bills may be used. By using phantom bills, you can reduce the number of components that must be specified for a bill, while still allowing the phantom assembly’s components to be fully detailed. A special lookup key during data entry lists all phantom bills on file. Reports may optionally print the phantom bills, or blow through these bills by printing only their components. Sales Kit Processing Sales kits are inventory items grouped together for sale as a unit. When Bill of Materials is integrated with Sales Order Processing, a kit item may be entered in invoice data entry or order entry to commit and relieve all component items in the kit.
Up to 99 Levels A single bill may contain up to 99 levels. The Indented Bill of Materials Report provides a comprehensive overview of the entire bill structure.
Yield and Scrap Accommodation
Each bill may reference a yield percentage, and each component of the bill may reference a scrap percentage enabling you to accurately forecast the production of finished goods and the quantities necessary to produce them.
Graphical reporting: All Bill Of Material reports and forms may be produced in Crystal Reports offering you limitless possibilities for formatting, fonts, colors, logos, graphics, etc.
Production History Report

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The Production History Report provides a detailed history of all production entries and disassembly entries recorded. You may elect to retain this history indefinitely, manually purging on your schedule. Where-Used Reports

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The Where–Used Report identifies all bills that utilize a specified component and may be printed in a single-level, indented, or summarized format.
Gross Requirements Report

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Offers a summarized listing of the components required for a group of bills. Any number of bill configurations can be entered per report. Component Requirement Report

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Provides a detailed listing of the components required by designated bill configurations. Component quantities required to make the specified number of items are listed, and any stock shortages are identified.
Cost Roll-Up Register

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Can be used to recalculate a bill’s cost to reflect a change in any of the bill’s component costs. As the roll-up is performed, the cost of the bill is calculated based on the cost of each component item and any miscellaneous charges associated with the bill. Elect to use standard, average, or last cost. Further, elect to update the Inventory Masterfile with the newly calculated standard cost. Costed Bill of Materials Report

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Provides a detailed listing of the item costs and the extended bill costs for either a range of bills or for specific bill configurations. Yield and scrap percentages are factored into the quantity requirement calculation.
Other Reports
Picking Sheet Gross Requirements Report Production Labels Indented Bill of Materials Report
Bill Validation Report Engineering Change History Report Production History Report Production Entry Register
Disassembly Entry Register Single-Level Bill of Materials Report Summarized Bill of Materials Report Engineering Change Register
Replace/Delete Component Register    

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