Requirements Planning

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What Is? ​Manufacturing creates wealth by adding value to goods. To improve productivity and wealth, a company must first design efficient and effective systems for manufacturing. It must then manage these systems to make the best use of labor, capital, and material. One of the most effective ways of doing […]

Work in Progress

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What Is? ​Work in Progress (WIP) is goods in various stages of completion throughout the plant, including all material from raw material that has been released for initial processing, up to completely processed material awaiting final inspection and acceptance as finished goods inventory. ​Within SYSPRO, Work in Progress is used […]

Quotations

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What Is? ​A quotation (or bid) is a statement of price, terms of sales, and description of goods or services offered by a supplier to a prospective purchaser. When given in response to a query, it is usually considered an offer to sell. ​SYSPRO’s quotation system provides the flexibility of […]

Projects and Contracts

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What Is? The Projects and Contracts module is used for companies who need to track individual Projects and/or Contracts, broken down into a hierarchical structure. Unlike manufacturing, where basically the product comprises material and labor as the two main components and is flat in its final perspective, a project is […]

Product Configurator

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What Is? ​The product configurator facilitates rapid order configuration by non-technical people in Sales, Production, Engineering and Estimating. ​The product configurator module provides a rules-based configurator that will primarily help companies efficiently process products that are manufactured-to-order, assembled-to-order , engineered-to-order or sold in many configurations. It can also help reduce […]

Lot Traceability

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What Is? ​Lot traceability is the ability to track an item through the manufacturing process, from receiving (purchasing raw material), manufacturing, assembly, inspection and stocking through to the final dispatch stages. ​This enables the manufacturer to keep track of the item being manufactured for compliance and quality assurance purposes, or […]

Factory Scheduling

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What Is? Without control of your production process it is impossible to predict what will come out of your factory. It is therefore impossible to give customers accurate and reliable due dates or provide them with updated information on the expected progress of their jobs. ​Without control of production you […]

Factory Documentation

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What Is? ​SYSPRO Factory Documentation enables better management of factory production by providing factory production staff with clear and accurate user-defined shop floor documentation regarding the tasks to be performed and the materials required. The Factory Documentation system enables you to define up to four different factory documentation formats for […]

Engineering Change Control

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What Is? ​The primary purpose of engineering change control is to help you better manage engineering changes to your products and/or associated data. This is achieved through various features, processes and user defined work flows. ​An engineering change comes from a revision to a drawing or design released by engineering […]

Bill of Materials

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What Is? ​A Bill of Material (BOM) is a listing of all the sub-assemblies, intermediate parts, and raw materials that go into a parent assembly showing the quantity of each (including scrap) required to make a parent assembly. It is used in conjunction with Requirements Planning to determine the items […]