Learn how to increase productivity, accuracy, and speed of doing business by unifying Your Bills of Material & reconciliation processes between your companies.
In this webinar, you will learn how to effectively manage your:
- Bill of Materials: Assembled-to-stock
- Bill of Materials: Assembled-to-order
- Intercompany: Sales order & Purchase order
Learn how you can unify and streamline your processes and assemble your stock ahead of sales, such as preparing for a kit campaign, and keep in stock until they are ordered. Also, you will learn how you can automatically create a sales order that is directly send to assemble department, regardless of whether it is a standard or configured assembly BOM.
This will help you to reduce human errors, speed up delivery of items, increase the satisfaction of your customers and improve the way of doing business.
Also, you will learn how you can do business with your subsidiary and internal partner organizations in the same way as you engage with your external vendors and customers to increase your productivity, eliminate double-entry of the orders or journal entries, increase the productivity and accuracy and provide easier reconciliation between companies.
During this event you will learn how to fix these issues:
Bills of Materials Common Issues:
- Wrong Component Quantity / Inaccurate Inventory
- Missing Components on BOM
- Incorrect Costing of Product / Accounting Variances
- Time-consuming to calculate the cost of the BOM
- Assemble of Out-of-Spec Units
- Running out of materials/difficulties in replenishment planning
- Unable to perform custom-made “shopping list” or “recipe”
- Standardize BOM information across department (Procurement, Sales, Warehouse)
- Duplicate data entry for both companies may lead to the mistake of wrong item, quantity, and pricing
- Order mismatch
- Sales delivery information is not synchronized as PO receiving
- AR and AP ledger not match
- Time-consuming on the intercompany reconciliation
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