PT. BO Solusi - BeOne Solution is an IT company with an integrated SAP background with an app system built for your company's needs.

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  • Blocks in Blue : Added new processes, functions and reports
  • Blocks in Red : Use existing SAP Business One processes, functions and reports, but extended the functionality
  • Blocks in Yellow : Use existing SAP Business One tools to implement and customise ProcessForce Forms
  • Blocks in Gray : SAP Business one processes, functions, reports and tools
Production Process

Product Routings enables user to define the information required to document and define the production process.Machine control setting and properties such as machine speed, temperate and pressure may also be defined  within the routing data, allowing for data integration to MES applications and PLC’s devices.

  • Resources – define machines, labour and tooling and other such resources that are used in production
  • Operations – definition of the production activity
  • Routing – the combination of operations and resources to define the total production process
  • Properties – define additional information e.g. tooling settings, machine setting such as temperature, pressure, fill rate
  • Constraints – define cycle quantity throughput, number of similar machines, and operation to operation overlap based on quantities
  • Production time – define queue, set-up, run time, and stock time, each with a different rate of measure e.g. fixed hours, minutes per unit, units per second
  • Attachments – to define and link to detailed instructions, procedures, videos and other such media files
  • Calendar –  define production and resource calendars
  • Alternative Routings – define for a product alternative routings
  • Duplicate Routings – for ease of use, copy an existing routing and make necessary modifications
  • Material / Operation – link the consumption and production of materials to process operations
Production Costing

Product Costing has been built to take advantage of all the costing methods provided by SAP Business One. Thus providing a solution which supports the costing, analysis and finance controlling operations.

  • Methods – Standard, Moving Average, FIFO and Batch Costing
  • Revision – calculate the cost of a product on a revision basis
  • Flexibility – cost products based upon a combination of costing methods
  • Costing Calculation – based on manual, price list, and automatic calculation
  • Factors – include scrap, yield and factors within costing roll-ups
  • Cost Categories – define cost category for valuation, what-if simulation and analysis
  • Types – define material and resource costs
  • Time – define different costs for the elements of production time, queue, setup, runtime and stock
  • Overhead – define fixed and variable overheads as a value or a percentage
  • Cost allocation – proportion production costs across products, coproducts and byproducts
  • Product analysis – calculate and review costed bill of materials and routings
  • Visibility – pre, during and post calculation of manufacturing order costs
  • Variances – calculate and manage costing variances
  • General Ledger – define additional costing accounts by product group and warehouse
  • Branches – financial postings based on SAP Branch codes
Product Data Management

Product Data Management solution, enables the enterprise to define all the information and data that is required to describe a product. Examples include:

  • Revisions with valid to and from dates
  • Phrases – to define for example EU phases as part of MSDS
  • Text – to define for example  hazard instructions, and safety text
  • Classifications – to categorise products for example toxic and non-toxic
  • Groups – to group similar products together for example acids and chemicals
  • Properties – to define for example physical, chemical definitions or ingredient details
  • Attachments – to reference for example MSDS, work instructions, safety sheets, production videos
Manufacturing Orders

Manufacturing orders  are generated in numerous ways to cater for different production methods and processes. Fundamentally they are used to plan, execute and record production activities.

  • Order dependent  Bill of Material and Routing – allows for the modification of the product structure and production process to manage every day changes that may occur within production rather than changing company standards
  • Method of creation – manually, via MRP based on Sales and/or Forecasts, and Sales Order back-to-back
  • Demand Allocation – link multiple Sales Orders to production supply orders
  • Dates – enter the required, planned start and planned end dates
  • Schedule – forward or backwards to calculate the planned start or planned end date.
  • Warehouse – the default warehouse where production will occur
  • Planned vs Actual Quantity – monitor the order and item quantity status
  • Material Shortage – check available and shortages of stock within planned warehouse and across all warehouses
  • Traceability – review all the documents associated with picking and receiving inventory
  • Issue Type – alter inventory issues methods from manual to back flush and vice versa
  • Operation Times – review operation times and overlaps
  • Reporting – report on the status change of operations and record actual production time
Data Collection

To improve the accuracy of data, and to streamline production and inventory process flows, BeOne Solution provides a fully integrated data collection and label printing solution. The solution also covers SAP Business One functions

  • Goods receipt from purchase order – record goods inwards inventory based on a purchase order
  • Goods return from goods receipt – return inventory back to a supplier
  • Licence plate – create license plates
  • Licence plate review – display the build of a license plate
  • Inventory Counting – stock taking process
  • Stock transfer –  inter-warehouse and bin inventory transfers
  • Pick and Pack – pick and pack materials for delivery
  • Delivery – pick inventory for sales deliveries
  • Pick order –  pick inventory for production orders
  • Pick receipt – record products, coproducts, byproducts and scrap inventory produced during the production process
  • Goods issue to production – issue material to production orders
  • Goods receipt from production – record products, coproducts, byproducts and scrap inventory produced during the manufacturing process into the warehouse
  • Time Registration – record time and material quantity for production orders
  • Labels – print labels during data collection processes
Complaint Management

Normally a function of the Quality Control department, Complaint management solution is  an end to end business solution, which provides a structured method in capturing and managing  the life cycle of a complaint regardless if the origin is from a customer, vendor or an internal department.

  • Complaint number – reference number for tracking activity
  • Complaint type – record the source of the complaint Customer, Supplier or Internal
  • Complaint codes – define reason codes and groups to provide structured data for analysis purposes
  • Status and date  – manage the complaint cycle
  • Sample tracking – track the progress of customer and supplier sample returns
  • Transactions – record the transaction type and number provided by the complaint
  • Batch number – search and record the batch numbers
  • Serial numbers – search and record the serial numbers
  • Notes and attachments – record extensive notes and link attachments
  • Quality control – create and link a quality control test to the complaint
  • Product Recall – flag the complaint as a basis for a product recall
Quality Control Management

Quality Control solution, is an easy to use but flexible addition to the application. This solution provides the tools and processes to manage the quality process from purchase goods receipt to customer delivery.

  • Test Protocol – define standard templates to be used within the quality control process
  • QC Test – record the activity and results of the tested properties
  • Status and Date  – manage the QC test cycle
  • Non Conforming Materials Report – record specific actions and generate report
  • Inspectors – define individuals  performing QC activities
  • Reason and Defect Codes – define analysis codes and groups for reporting purposes
  • Resources – define the resources to perform the testing e.g. microscope, x-ray machine, weight scales
  • Items – define the materials that are required to perform the test e.g. gloves, safety glasses
  • Frequency – define the frequency and method of testing
  • Transactions – define the process point where the QC test will be performed
  • Alerts – business alerts to communicate to inspectors when tests are required to be performed
  • Instructions – define instruction steps for performing the test or recording additional notes
  • Attachments – to define and link to detailed instructions, procedures, videos
  • Warehouse – define tests for specific warehouse
  • Project – define tests as part of a project
  • Analysis – dash  board and reporting
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