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On this blog we will cover stories from all around the Exact ecosystem.

Matching bank statements made easy

Written by Judith van Wissen on . Posted in Exact Online

 


Need to pay your suppliers? You might postpone it a little while… because paying suppliers is easy and fast in Exact. You are just a view clicks away from a bank file with your payments. All information, such as account number, invoice number, amount, is included with the bank statement. Your outstanding items in Exact are automatically marked as payment in transit. Everything is clear: for you and your supplier.

Exact for Manufacturing Ease of Use: Working with the proposed quantity

Written by Pieter Hamans on . Posted in Exact Online

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The time entry screen shows a column named quantity. Also in Smart Shop Floor, on the stop screen, we can enter this quantity. We should remember that we are entering a throughput on a particular operation and not a quantity of finished parts. Only when we track the throughput on the last operation in a routing we will call it the proposed quantity (to finish). An enhancements to the finish screen makes it easier to work with this proposed quantity.

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Localization update – April 2017

Written by Tina Brands on . Posted in Exact Globe

Since the last localization update, we have not been idle. In this blog post we will show you what is changed and what is still to come in the near future. In addition, one subject will be highlighted, but we start with a look back on the latest localization update on this support blog.

Exact for Manufacturing Ease of Use: Material cost per batch in the bill of materials

Written by Pieter Hamans on . Posted in Exact Online

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The bill of materials (BOM) is often designed by the engineering discipline, but it is used by planners, calculators and cost accountants. The BOM provides insight in quantities of materials required and in the material unit cost, but insight in the material cost per batch quantity was not available. We have now added a column with the material cost per batch.

Exact for Manufacturing ease of use: Introducing time in shop floor planning

Written by Pieter Hamans on . Posted in Exact Online

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You may have noticed in recent days some small changes in the Exact for Manufacturing shop floor planning screen. We have for example removed the Gantt chart from the main page, and moved it behind a button called Chart. These are changes leading up to some important enhancements to the shop floor planning that will be released in the coming weeks.

Exact for Manufacturing Ease of Use: Being more than 1000% efficient

Written by Pieter Hamans on . Posted in Exact Online

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Not a delayed April fool’s day joke. Some work centers are simply able to produce multiple products at a time. Some tire curing press machines or injection molding machines can produce one, two or three products in one cycle. In the routing they are respectively set as 100%, 200% and 300% efficient. We were unaware that in the textiles and garments industries machines are sometimes capable of doing 16 t-shirts or 20 socks at a time. We lifted therefore existing restrictions in Exact for Manufacturing.

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Ease of Use: Import 1000+ Items in bulk via CSV/Excel and include Multiple languages while doing so.

Written by Jaap Jan de Lange on . Posted in Exact Online

Especially Wholesale Distributors and Manufacturers have assortments that easily reach over many thousands of items. With international business growing customers and suppliers in B2B and B2C expect localized layouts, websites, webshops and portals. It is a must offer them clear and translated product information.

Exact for Manufacturing Ease of Use: Assortment filters in the cost overviews

Written by Pieter Hamans on . Posted in Exact Online

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A common objective of cost accountants is to compare manufacturing cost and variances in material and time consumption. Most can be learned from comparing trends by assortment: are we getting better in estimating assembly cost for wheelbarrows, and how does it compare with the trend for pallet trucks? With the new assortment filters in the cost overview we can slice and dice the shop order results.