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Inventory / Operations Manager

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  • IC – IC Setup – Units of Measure Accpac ERP supports units of measures in which to buy, sell, price, and stock your inventory items Units of measure can be numbers of items, dry measures, liquid measures, or weights. Define all of your units of measure in a single master record and then select an applicable UOM for a specific item record Purchasing and Order Entry modules automatically convert quantity from one UOM to another
  • IC – IC Setup – Weight Units of Measure Accpac ERP supports units of measures in which to buy, sell, price, and stock your inventory items Units of measure can be numbers of items, dry measures, liquid measures, or weights. Define all of your units of measure in a single master record and then select an applicable UOM for a specific item record Purchasing and Order Entry modules automatically convert quantity from one UOM to another
  • IC – IC Items and Price Lists – Customer Details Customer item numbers are often required when your customers use their stock numbers when ordering from you This feature of Accpac ERP allows you to cross reference customers’ part numbers to your own item codes Accpac ERP will automatically do the translation from customer’s number to yours when entered in the Order Entry form In addition, since customer item numbers are unique to each customer, you can also specify the customer’s unit of measure, so different customers can use the same number for different items You may have a multiple customers’ item numbers associated with a single item number
  • IC – IC Items and Price Lists – Vendor Details Similar to cross referencing Customer part numbers, this feature of Accpac ERP allows you to: Link up to nine vendors to each item in Accpac inventory Maintains detailed information about each vendor and your costs for purchasing this item from them Accpac ERP will automatically do the translation from vendor item number to yours when entered in the Purchase Order module
  • IC – IC Items and Price Lists – Item Pricing <For item A1-103/0, open the WHS price List in USD currency> Price lists allow you to specify item pricing information. Accpac Order Entry uses price lists to calculate the prices of goods, taxes, and discounts on customer orders and invoices. In Accpac ERP (500) you can specify: Price volume discounts by quantity or weight Enter one or more base prices for multiple units of measure Calculate the base price using the cost plus a percentage or amount Set checks for price overrides in Order Entry. <Prices Tab> Briefly discuss the fields highlighted <Price By> The item price can be based on weight or on quantity. (Pricing by weight is available in Sage Accpac 500 only) <Base Price Type> (Accpac ERP 500 only) Define the base item price for a single or multiple unit of measures. You can also I/C provide a starting point for the base price based on the item cost <Sale Price, Sale Start & End Dates> You may also define a special promotion sale price for the item with start and end dates <Price List Start & End Dates> Prices specified in this list are only effective during the specified dates.
  • IC – IC Items and Price Lists – Item Pricing <For item A1-103/0, open the WHS price List in USD currency> Price lists allow you to specify item pricing information. Accpac Order Entry uses price lists to calculate the prices of goods, taxes, and discounts on customer orders and invoices. In Accpac ERP (500) you can specify: Price volume discounts by quantity or weight Enter one or more base prices for multiple units of measure Calculate the base price using the cost plus a percentage or amount Set checks for price overrides in Order Entry. <Discount Tab> Briefly discuss the discount methods
  • IC – IC Items and Price Lists – Item Pricing <For item A1-103/0, open the WHS price List in USD currency> Price lists allow you to specify item pricing information. Accpac Order Entry uses price lists to calculate the prices of goods, taxes, and discounts on customer orders and invoices. In Accpac ERP (500) you can specify: Price volume discounts by quantity or weight Enter one or more base prices for multiple units of measure Calculate the base price using the cost plus a percentage or amount Set checks for price overrides in Order Entry. <Price Check> Briefly discuss how Order Entry can enforce specified prices or allow price overrides within specified range for a specific user with warning or upon approval
  • IC – IC Items and Price Lists – Location Details This feature displays an up-to-date availability of an item at each location including quantity 1) on hand, 2) on purchase order, 3) on sales order, 4) committed and 5) available to ship. The “drill down” < Red Arrows> feature allows you to click the drill next to purchase order, sales order, and committed quantities for further details associated with the highlighted line. In the resulting screen, you can drill down again to specific purchase order and sales order
  • IC – IC Transactions – Transfers This feature allows you to enter and post stock transfers between physical inventory locations/warehouses <Discuss the highlighted fields> <Additional Cost> Allows you to specify any additional cost associated with the transfer, such as the cost of shipping. You can then prorate this amount over the items in the shipment by selecting a <Proration Method > <From & To Locations> Specify the source and destination warehouse/locations <QOH, SO, PO at Source & Destination Locations> View inventory available for an item at the specified source and destination location in order to determine how much to transfer
  • IC – IC Statistics & Inquiries – Current Transactions Inquiry This powerful inquiry allows you to view current sales and purchase orders in the system for the specified item <Briefly discuss the information shown on this screen for SO> SO number Customer number Customer name Expected ship date Location Original quantity ordered Unit of measure Quantity shipped Quantity outstanding <Briefly discuss the information shown on this screen for PO> Purchase order number Vendor number Vendor name Expected arrival date Location Quantity ordered Unit of measure Quantity received Quantity outstanding The “Details” button allows further drill down into a specific PO or SO line highlighted
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    • 1. Peter - Inventory Peter runs inventory. Even with all the craze of trying to meet customer deadlines, coordinate with the shippers, sync with purchasing, and all the ups and downs of Production, Peter would not be anywhere else. The best part of production, according to him, is that you can immediately see the result of your efforts. There is no ambiguity, no questions; it’s simple: is either complete or not. Peter could not work in an environment with too much speculations or assumptions. He feels he tangibly contributes to the company every time a shipment is timely and complete.
    • 2. Persona/Role
    • 3. Intelligent Item Numbering – Item Structures
    • 4. Intelligent Item Numbering – Categories
    • 5. Buying & Selling Using Multiple UOM - Quantity
    • 6. Buying & Selling Using Multiple UOM - Weight
    • 7. Cross-reference to Customer Part Numbers
    • 8. Cross-reference to Vendor Part Numbers
    • 9. Comprehensive Item Pricing Options
    • 10. Comprehensive Item Pricing Options
    • 11. Comprehensive Item Pricing Options
    • 12. Stock Availability at Different Locations
    • 13. Movement of Goods Between Locations
    • 14. Inquiry/Reporting of Inventory Statistics

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