Work Orders allow users to manufacture your own products using existing inventory to create new inventory using predefined Bill of Materials.
Status of Work Orders:
Work Orders are made up of the following sections:
|Warehouse||This is where the assembly will be created using stock from this warehouse.|
Work Order Template
What template will be used for email and corresponding paperwork with the Work Order
|Start On||The scheduled date for work to commence.|
|Due Date||The date all task assigned to this Work Order should be completed by.|
In this section, you can define the product class "assemblies" you would like to issue a work order for. Only product types that have this product class will be searchable in this section. If you would like to add additional costs such as labor or utilities, you can add a service code and description.
|Add Service||The Add Service button allows to specify additional hours, cost, service code and descriptions to the work order. These costs will be corresponded to the unit cost at the end of task completion.|
|Product Search||The Product Search button allows users to search for specific SKUs that are associated to the Warehouse that was selected on the Details section of the Work Order and are flagged as a product class "Assembly" from their product type.|
|Item||This is the line item number which will increment up in single digit increments.|
|SKU||This is the unique SKU number. In some cases this will be created by Lead Commerce. If you are using the Custom SKU option then this will be your unique SKU ID.|
|Product||This is the Product Name and its Variation.|
|Quantity||This is the number of units that have been ordered for the SKU.|
|Completed||This is the number of units that have been completed once the Work Order has been issued.|
||This is the default cost from the SKU. The true cost will be calculated based on batched at time of task completion.|
|Hours||The number of hours for this work order to be completed. (Service Line Item Only)|
|Status||This is the line item status of this particular SKU.|
Bill of Materials Section:
This is the list of parts or components required to build and complete this Work Order. This Bill of Materials (BOM) provides the manufacturing parts, numbers, quantities and a incite into existing inventory needed for each component.
Work Notes Section:
This is where Work Order notes can be specified and added to the Work Order.
This is where a task can be specified and assigned. This will allow for the Work Order Items to be assigned and completed. Note that a task can only be created for units you have committed and on hand with this Work Order.
|New Task||This is where assigning which assemblies will be tied to the task and the quantities of those assemblies.|
|Task||This is the unique task ID.|
|Quantity||This is the total number of items inside this task.|
|Completed||The number of assemblies that have been completed within that task.|
|Remaining||How many assembly products that remain within that task.|
|Completion Date||The date the task was completed.|
|Lead Time||The number of days it took to complete the task.|
|System User||The user that created the task.|
|Status||This is the status of the task.|
This is a preview of the PDF that goes along with your Work Order as specified under the details section.