1) Runs in Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP, Windows XP Pro, Windows NT, Windows Vista and Windows 7 with networking for any number of computers at a given manufacturing site at no additional cost. Provides user passwords for 3 levels of security.
2) Inventory control with tracking of parts on hand, parts on allocation, parts on order, and restocking level specification. Provides comprehensive reporting, simple entry and posting procedures for parts with selectable bar coding options, and user-assigned names for storage bin labels. Subassemblies and products are also included as parts for integrated product assemblies. [See sample Inventory Edit Screen ]
3) Products manufactured from the parts inventory (using simple BOM-type entry for parts) with automatic purchase order and work order assignments for subassemblies construction and serial number assignment. Detailed product reports and product manufacturing histories. Also provides for labor and indirect costs in the manufacturing process. Products can be stored as parts for monitoring and maintaining product levels using identical procedures as for parts. [See sample Product Edit Screen ]
4) Product jobs for manufacture (updates the inventory) or trial jobs (for quotations, etc.) with automatic generation of vendor purchase orders (P.O.'s) and requests for quotation (RFQ's). Work order reports for your production staff with storage for future reference under user-assigned job file names [See sample Job Entry Screen ]. New job assembly tree screen for displaying product/subassembly fabrication sequences.
5) Employee hourly labor posting for each job included in job cost summaries and employee histories.
6) Vendors supplying your parts with prices (up to two vendors/part) and vendor reports and purchasing histories.
7) Customers to whom you sell your products with customer order tracking, and customer reports and product order histories.
8) Performs data import and export for the following: