A full ERP system designed by Factory Edge.
FactoryASP and Factory Enterprise are full-featured systems, that can be run over the web, or in-house. They lend themselves very well to multiple locations. The software has an unusually small implementation-time and cost. All of these modules are included standard.
Accounts Payable is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
Accounts Receivable is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
Bill of Materials are standard in FactoryASP
Editing BOMs is easy. When you adjust a component, all of its sub-components are automatically adjusted with it. You can also copy bills of material from one part to another. This is very useful when you make multiple similar parts. (In addition to copying the bill of material, Factory Edge can copy the operations and item categories as well).
The bill of material includes fields besides just components and quantities. You can add notes (such as locations), and you can even link components to manufacturing operations. For example, you can say that a bicycle has two wheels. But you can also tell Factory Edge that the wheels are used at the assemble operation.
When you create work orders, Factory Edge creates the requirements for all levels in the bill of material. You can even edit the bill of material for an individual work order, without affecting the master bill of material.
Other reports include the ‘Where Used’ list, and the ‘Bill of Manufacture’. A bill of manufacture shows components and operations, including individual and rolled-up costs. It is a powerful tool for quoting.
CRM is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
E-Commerce is an optional Feature in FactoryASP
Foreign Currency Conversion is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
General Ledger is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
Inventory Control is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
Inventory Control is the heart of FactoryASP. A simple to use, reporting system alerts the user to possible stock problems regarding:
You can run the Inventory Problems report at any time. This report not only shows which items are below minimum stock levels, but also which items may have problems in the future! You can then zoom-in to see all planned activity for each particular item. Future inventory transactions include:
If you are trying to decide whether you have enough materials to make an assembly, you can run an Inventory Components report. It shows the components of a particular item, including how many of the item can be made with existing component inventory.
Other reports are available, including Inventory Status, Inventory History and Inventory Future.
Inventory values can be calculated as part of Accounting in Factory Edge.
Job Costing is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
Factory Edge automatically calculates job costs associated with work orders. For work orders that are linked to sales orders, sales order and profitability information are also provided. Many of the column labels on the job cost list are ‘hot labels’ that link to pages containing supporting data. Like almost all data in Factory Edge, job costs can be filtered and sorted by almost any criteria, and can be copied into Excel for further manipulation.
Job Cost data includes production times (employee rates and/or work center rates), purchases (materials, services, outside operations), and materials used.
MRP is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
MRP is a major function of FactoryASP. A simple to use, reporting system alerts the user to possible stock problems regarding:
Order Entry is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
The Order Entry module uses six fully matched pages in these sequential steps
Any step can be taken independently at any time.
As much as possible, steps in the cycle are automated. For example, with one mouse click, you can copy a quote to an order, turn an order into a shipment/invoice, or receive payment on an invoice.
In addition, Factory Edge is extremely flexible. Of course it can handle special circumstances like partials, blanket orders, etc. You can enter a receipt without entering an associated invoice, you can enter an invoice without entering an associated order, and you can enter an order without entering an associated quote.
Purchase Orders is a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
The Purchasing module uses these five fully matched pages, in these sequential steps
Any step can be taken independently at any time.
As much as possible, steps in the cycle are automated. For example, with one mouse click, you can copy an RFQ to a PO, receive the materials that are on the PO, copy material receipts to a bill, or pay the bill. In addition, Factory Edge is extremely flexible. Of course it can handle special circumstances like partials, blanket orders, etc. You can enter a payment without entering an associated bill, you can enter a bill without entering an associated material receipt, and you can enter a PO without entering an associated RFQ.
Purchase Orders can be for materials, outside processes, or miscellaneous items.
Report writing can be accomplished using our flexible reporting tools. All reports can be directly exported to Excel with one button. This allows for more advanced analysis.
Production in Factory Edge revolves around Work Orders. Work Orders are generally based on Sales Orders (for job shops and make-to-order situations) or Inventory Status (for make-to-stock situations).
Factory Edge includes detailed travelers (routers), including separate travelers for sub-assemblies. Production and work instruction information can also be retrieved electronically.
Special notes can be added. Adjustments can be made to work order bills of material and to work order operations.
There are a variety of ways to enter production status, production times, and payroll times. It can be handled ‘live’ by logging in and out, or after the fact from timecards. Detailed production information can be entered, or just quantities made.
Bar-coding is an option in Factory Edge. The travelers contain bar codes, and we can configure log pages to automate data entry per your requirements.
Work Orders are a Standard Feature in FactoryASP
Work Orders are an essential part of FactoryEdge. Some basic features include:
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