Features of Bill of Materials Software (BOM)
Inventory management software with the bill of materials
ERP/MRP software – Manufacturing software and supply management chain software featuring the multi-level bill of materials, supply chain forecasting, costing, estimating and quoting.
Software for manufacturers that supports Small Business, from start to end.
One of the best manufacturing software for small businesses, that offers all that you need in one MRP System.
MULTI-LEVEL BILL OF MATERIALS CONSTRUCTOR
Component, Sub-component and Work operation filtering:
Filters only components for the selected type.
Add/remove components: Simply add or remove a component from the BoM
BoM Versions: as you change BoM you can easily create a new version
Stock Compare: Compare it against inventory in real-time and get a missing qty report.
Purchase missing items: Launch Purchase Orders from the Bill of Material and purchase missing parts.
DETAILED INVENTORY TRACKING
Barcode Numbers: Auto-generated barcodes ready for label printing. ERPAG supports different barcode standards (EAN, UPC, QR etc. )
Lot Numbers:Track LOT or Batch series with the ERPAG tracking engine.Complete historical data overview with backtrack reporting.
Inventory Label Printing: Tag your items with ERPAG cloud label printing. We support all industry standard label printers.
Mobile app: Speed up scan/receive process with the mobile app.ttings.
Manufacturing Work Order: Track everything.Time, labor and material
Get crucial info regarding the missing part expected arrivals right from the Work Order.
Get info on the item level directly from the Work order, or run the missing parts report.
INTELLIGENT STATUS TAGS
Interact: ERPAG signals when terms are fulfilled, so you can launch Work Order ASAP.
Ready-Go: Start, pause and complete Manufacturing order within a click of a button.
ERPAG DOCUMENT LIST
Not just a list:Each document list is a multi-dimensional report, thanks to intelligent Machine learning driven algorithms.
360 view: Group, filter and sort to optimize reports.
CHARTS – DASHBOARDS FOR MANUFACTURERS
Current Inventory: Get a deep insight into your multiple warehouses and stock levels
Orders: Track new arrivals, receive inventory, manage orders
Work orders: Launch work orders and track current status for each manufacturing job
Sales: See all received orders, invoice status and track your leads
Changes: Know what happened. Erpag logs each change on the document level
Events: Don’t miss a thing. Erpag connects to your different calendars and enables you to save any kind of predefined EVENT
What else is included
ERPAG is an all-in-one cloud-based MRP/ERP solution
Inside the system, you will find all sub-modules necessary to run all your operations.
And best of all, it is part of one package. Go to pricing to see price packages.
More than 20.000 happy customers
we are providing software for Small Business for more than 25 years.
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WHAT IS MANUFACTURING RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE OR MRP?
BRIEFLY SAID, MPR IS A SOFTWARE, DESIGNED TO OPTIMIZE PLANNING, INVENTORY CONTROL AND SCHEDULING WORK ORDERS IN ORDER TO MANAGE MANUFACTURING PROCESS.
With pompous announcements of Industrialization 4.0 and breakthrough of IoT (Internet of Things), it seems that automatization of the process is reachable not just for corporate owners, but for small and medium-sized businesses as well. However, not everyone is aware that a large number of start-up companies, as well as small and medium-sized companies, actually don’t have a clear and precise control over their business processes. We can even go one step further and say that actually a large number of companies doesn’t even have a control over their inventory. The cause of all that should be searched in the complexity of business software implementations.
AND WHERE DOES MRP FIT IN?
Based on our humble opinion, MRP should first and foremost fulfill a few preconditions in order to talk about resource optimization at all. This is how we can prioritize the MPR roles:
To provide precise inventory control
- To automatically perform fulfillment
- To lock quantities in order to optimize inventory
- At the end, to optimize available resources