The Opera II Bill of Materials module has an intuitive interface.
Whether it's a simple or complex assembly structure these can be
quickly and easily defined from stock components - raw materials,
labour and description only items and any specialist documentation,
such as technical drawings, can also be attached to each structure.
Take Control of Manufacturing Requirements
Opera II Bill of Materials takes full control of the manufacturing
requirements. Before starting the manufacturing process a trial
build can be performed. This calculates whether there are enough
stock components to complete the required quantity of the final
assembly, and identifies any shortfalls. It also caters for the
substitution of components on a works order and can adjust the
quantity to build accordingly.
As the manufacturing process begins with the works order, the
stock can be automatically allocated and issued and, when the
works order is completed, the finished assembly can be updated
with the build quantity. Alternatively, there is the flexibility
to elect to operate these processes separately. The Bill of Materials
kitting function gives further flexibility by enabling works
orders to be raised and receive the build quantity of the finished
assembly into stock in a single process.
Reporting and Enquiring Facilities
The Bill of Materials module provides fast and accurate manufacturing
information and locating a particular batch/serial item used
on a works order is easily achieved using the Traceable View