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 Work Order Module
The Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 Work Order module is the foundation of the system’s Manufacturing Solution. This module is ideally suited for companies engaged in assemble-to-order, engineer-to-order or make-to-order processing.

You may issue work orders, create schedules and track costs associated with the manufacturing process. Maintain complete control of the manufacturing process and see up-to-the-minute work in process information. Documents useful as the job moves through the shop are easily generated in the form of travelers, picking sheets, dispatch sheets, and operation tickets. Using this module’s informative reports, you can detect missing costs, evaluate any variance from standards, check material shortages, examine work center capacity and confirm tool requirements. Additional reporting functionality keeps you informed of the status of open work orders, work in process and work order history, and allows you to print inventory labels.

When used in conjunction with Bill of Materials, the items required to produce a product can be automatically merged from the appropriate bill. Combine the Work Order module with other modules from the Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 product lines, to assemble the solution that best meets your individual business needs.

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Data Entry Screen Shots Utilities Integration
Forms Transaction History Inquires Features
Report Examples Other Reports
Operational Flexibility
Shop Calendar Maintenance Use Shop Calendar Maintenance to maintain a shop calendar for an entire shop and/or for individual work centers. Use Shop calendars for scheduling in Work Order Entry to indicate when a shop as a whole, or individual work centers in a shop, will be open or closed. Tooling Maintenance Use Tooling Maintenance to define tools that are used during steps on work orders. Tool numbers can be assigned to work order steps. When the step is scheduled, the tool is also scheduled.
Labor Crew Maintenance Use Labor Crew Maintenance to group employees into labor crews. Using these predefined labor crews saves time when labor transactions are entered against work orders. Production Employee Maintenance Use Production Employee Maintenance to define employee numbers to be used for posting labor against a work order.
Operation Code Maintenance Each of the defined work centers is capable of performing one or more operations. Use Operation Code Maintenance to define these operations for each work center, enter standard cost rates for the operations, assign general ledger accounts associated with each operation to post production costs, and define overhead calculation rates. Work Center Maintenance Use Work Center Maintenance to define your work centers and how they are scheduled. A work center is a specific production facility consisting of one or more persons or machines that can be considered a single unit for planning and work assignment.
Data Entry Features
Work Order Entry
Use Work Order Entry to create and maintain work orders. A work order is used to authorize shops to manufacture subassemblies and finished products, and details how subassemblies and products are manufactured. You define what material and processes are required to manufacture the product. Work Order Entry incorporates material plans defined using the Bill of Materials module and the manufacturing plans defined in Routing Maintenance to create a complete plan for manufacturing the product.
Routing Maintenance
Use Routing Maintenance to define the routing steps used to describe the manufacturing process.
Batch Entry, Print, and Update
Batch processing enables multiple Work Order Transaction Entry sessions to take place simultaneously, each with a unique batch number. Each batch can be printed and updated independently.
Work Center, Operation Code, Inventory Item Additions
You can add new inventory items, work centers, and operation codes on the fly during data entry functions to avoid interruptions in the workflow.
Work Order Estimates
Use work order estimates to determine the time required to build an item and the associated cost. For convenience, an estimate can be quickly converted to a firm-planned work order.
Work Order Transaction Entry
Enter transactions against a work order using Work Order Transaction Entry. The types of transactions available are: work order release, material issue, labor, miscellaneous labor charge, outside processing charge, work order completion, and work order close.
Screen Shots
Work Order Entry - Header Work Order Entry - Additional
Work Order Entry - Operations Work Order Entry - Material
Work Order Entry - Scheduling Work Order Entry - Template List
Routing Maintenance Work Order Transaction Entry - Lines
Work Order Inquiry - Header Work Order Inquiry Summary
Work Order Inquiry - Transactions Work Order Inquiry - Materials - Material Detail Inquiry
Work Order Inquiry - Operations Component Where-Used Inquiry
Work Center Capacity Inquiry Work Order History Inquiry
Useful Utilities
Work Order Purge Utility Use Work Order Purge to purge work order data based on the current accounting date and the entry at the Number of Days to Retain Closed Work Orders option in Work Order Options.
Integration With Other Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 Modules
Work Order integrates with the Bill Of Materials, MRP, Inventory, Sales Order, Purchase Order, Accounts Receivable, and General Ledger modules.
Work Order Documents Travelers, picking sheets, dispatch sheets, and operation tickets are all available to be printed for both released and unreleased work orders. Work Order Labels Print labels for each inventory item completed from a work order. Decide to print a single label per batch of items, or a separate label for each item produced.
Transaction History
Work Order History
Inquiries Work Order, Inventory, Purchase Order, and Sales Order Inquiries. The Work Order Inquiry menu offers read only access to Inventory, Purchase Order, Sales Order and Work Order data. Work Order History Inquiry Complete detail history for closed work orders is easily viewed using Work Order History Inquiry.
Work Center Capacity Inquiry The Work Center Capacity Inquiry provides the ability to visually review capacity information in three formats: daily, weekly, and detail. The graphic display shows commitments within the capacity of the work center and indicates overload conditions where they occur. Component Where-Used Inquiry Component Where-Used Inquiry allows you to quickly review where components are being used in work orders. Inventory items, special items, and template special items can be displayed.
Rich Feature Set
Bar Code Printing Bar codes can be printed for selected information on work over travelers, operation tickets, picking tickets, and work order labels. By-Product Accommodation By-products of the manufacturing process can be received into inventory as part of a work order transaction.
Extended Step Description 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 You determine whether you want subassemblies exploded on your work orders. This feature saves the step of creating separate work orders for items that have a multi-level bill of materials. Transaction Registers A separate register is produced for each type of transaction entered in Work Order Transaction Entry. The following reports may be printed automatically as a result of the update of transactions: Material Issue Shortage Report, Missing Cost Report, Variance from Standards Report, and Back Order Fill Report.
User-Defined Fields Up to four user-defined fields can be defined to assist in the categorization of work orders or to hold additional information. Several reports may be sorted by these user-defined fields. Work Order Make For Option An option is available to denote that a work order is being Made For another work order. Optionally, a work order can made for a Sales Order, or for Inventory.
Work Order Memos Create and maintain Work Order Memos which may be viewed and maintained in Work Order Entry and printed on the Open Work Order Report. Work Order Scheduling Maintain explicit scheduling information for each work order. Forward scheduling may be used to calculate the due date using a specified release date and lead times. Backward scheduling can be used to calculate the necessary release date based on a specified due date. Rescheduling a work order is possible even after it has been released.
Work Order Templates Define work order templates with material and routing information. These templates can then be used when creating new work orders to speed data entry.
Yield and Scrap Accommodation
A yield percentage may be indicated for a work order to enable anticipated losses to be compensated for when determining the quantity of finished products that must be produced. For each component, a scrap percentage can be indicated which will increase the calculated gross requirement to compensate for losses. Additionally, part of a work order can be completed to scrap to record actual losses.
Automatic Distribution Elect to automatically distribute material, labor, and outside processing to a work order, saving labor-intensive data entry. Defaults for these options are determined from setup, but you may override the defaults for each individual work order.
Graphical reporting: All Work Order reports and forms may be produced in Crystal Reports offering you limitless possibilities for formatting, fonts, colors, logos, graphics, etc.
Work Order Traveler

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Work Order Travelers use information entered in Work Order Entry to produce printed work order travelers to be attached to work orders as they travel through the shop. Bar codes can be printed for information such as the work order number, item/bill number, routing number, make for order, make for work order step, make for customer, quantity ordered, planned step number, work center, operation code, component item number, standard quantity, and standard hours. Dispatch Sheet

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Use Dispatch Sheet Printing to print dispatch sheets listing all work scheduled to be performed in each work center.
Operation Ticket

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An operation ticket lists the work order number, work center, and operation to be performed, and provides blank space for writing in the quantity completed, time started, time completed, and employee number. Use the operation ticket to provide instructions to the operator who will perform the operation at the work center. Work Order Cost Roll-up Register

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The Work Order Cost Roll-Up Register calculates the cost of each bill based on the cost of each component in its bill of materials, yield and scrap percentages, and the labor and overhead in the routing. The cost of all component bills assigned to the specific parent bill is recalculated. The standard cost for the inventory item may be updated with the calculated cost following the completion of the report.
Open Work Order Report

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The Open Work Order Report lists open work orders by work order number and work order type. This report can be printed as necessary to track the status of firm-planned, released, or closed work orders. Select from either a detail or summary form. Material Shortage Report

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The Material Shortage Report recaps material requirements for a specified range of components for which availability falls at or below zero. The material shortages of each component are provided by required date.
Work in Process Report

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The Work in Process Report lists all costs to date for a range of released work orders. All work order activity and total information for labor, material, outside processes, and overhead are included.
On Demand Cost Ledger

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The On Demand Cost Ledger provides a complete history of the activities performed for each work order. It provides a cost ledger for a group of work orders selected individually by work order number. Any number of work orders can be entered per report. The ledger prints a detailed listing of the transactions associated with each step.
On Demand Variance From Standards Report

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The On Demand Variance from Standards Report lists all or a range of work orders for which there are variances from planned costs. Work orders are checked to determine if material or operation costs vary from planned costs by a percentage equal to or greater than the minimum variance percentage specified. Any step for which the operational cost variance percentage is greater than or equal to the specified percentage will print. Any component items for which the material cost variance percentage is greater than or equal to the specified percentage will also print.
Work Order History Report

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Complete detailed history information for closed work orders can be displayed using Work Order History Inquiry or printed on the Work Order History Report.
Other Reports
Work Order Memo Routing Listing Picking Sheet Work Order Transaction Journal
Daily Transaction Register Back Order Fill Report Work Order Labels Auto Issue Material Shortage Report
Scheduled Capacity Report Tooling Requirements Report Work in Process Recap Report On Demand Missing Cost Report
General Ledger Posting Recap    

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