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Posts Tagged ‘Exact Online for Manufacturing’

New feature ‘planned returns’ brings back control over your return process

Written by Bram Streefkerk on . Posted in Exact Online

Return processes are quite challenging for most of our trade and manufacturing customers. Not only warehouse operations suffer from unclarity and unexpected arrivals of goods, resulting in lots of time waste and costs. Also the administrative staff is occupied with a lot of overhead, processing a growing number of returns.

 

New ‘To be picked’ feature delivers delivery advice to boost your customer satisfaction and your warehouse efficiency

Written by Bram Streefkerk on . Posted in Exact Online

In a digital warehouse, the delivery process is guided by business software to make it an optimized process. Delivering in full, at the moment your customers expect it. Wouldn’t it be nice when your business software predicts which orders you can pick, and which orders should wait, or need additional attention, due to in-availability of items?

Inventory levels quickly up-to-date with the new inventory management app

Written by Bram Streefkerk on . Posted in Exact Online

Exact Online for Wholesale Distribution and Manufacturing have been extended with a new mobile app, supporting easy stock counting. Warehouse employees easily enter the stock levels in the app, using barcode scanning if required. The new levels automatically appear in the system and are processed with a single click. This way, your stock levels are always up-to-date, ensuring a good delivery performance. The app is available in Belgium and The Netherlands.

 

‘Projected Stock’ quantity is added to materials overview in the shop order of Exact Online for Manufacturing

Written by Auke Hylarides on . Posted in Exact Online

In the Shop Order, Exact Online for Manufacturing checks if the materials, needed for the order, are available. If the materials are not available Exact gives a clear warning.

The material requirement are matched against the available stock (‘in stock’). However when other shop orders request the same material or when the same material was listed twice in the shop order, than this may lead to wrong conclusion, that you have enough stock to start production.

In the new situation the material requirement is also matched against the ‘projected stock’. As a result you get better insight in the available stock of the materials needed to manufacture the product.