Forecast Modeling for Sage 500 ERP (MAS 500)

forecast modeling for Sage 500 ERPAccurate demand forecasts are essential for distributors and manufacturers to determine which products to buy or make and how many to keep on hand in order to avoid stock-outs and lost sales Forecast Modeling for Sage 500 ERP from e2b anytime apps helps ensure this information is accurate. An accurate forecast minimizes carrying costs, reduces financial exposure due to high inventory levels, maximizes labor and machine utilization, helps reduce overtime, and minimizes machine setup and tear down. It is very likely that you have Excel on your computer—it‘s a great product, but it’s not designed for forecasting. We have a solution for that. Continue reading

Sage ERP Solutions | Sage 500 ERP add-on : Manufacturing Labor Entry

Streamline labor entry with rapid grid entry, batch transaction processing, and data validation with Enhanced Labor Entry, a  Sage 500 ERP add-on

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Labor-intensive environments can achieve huge returns on investment by streamlining labor entry and transaction processing. In some environments, it is ideal to post labor transactions in real-time through the Sage 500 ERP labor entry screen or via the Shop Floor Control menu. However, in many companies, it is more efficient to have employees complete paper job tickets which are entered into the system at the end of each shift or at the end of the day. Continue reading

Cost Modeling for Sage 500 ERP: Take Control of Standard Cost Updates, Cost Roll-Ups & Manufacturing Work Center Rate Changes

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Visit out youtube channel and watch a webinar featuring an interview with Diane Cochran of Molded Fiber Glass Companies. Molded Fiber Glass implemented Anytime 500 Cost Modeling Module to Work alongside their ERP system and have seen great benefits! Join us and hear all about a real-world application of Anytime 500′s Cost Modeling Module and how  Molded Fiber Glass took control of their Standard Cost Updates, Cost Roll-Ups, and Manufacturing Work Center Rate Changes with Anytime 500 Cost Modeling for Sage 500 ERP

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Manufacturing Component Traceability Now Available for Sage 500 ERP

Chardon, OH, June 10, 2013- e2b anytime apps, a division of e2b teknologies, today announced a new Enhanced Inventory module forSage 500 ERP to help companies trackSage 500 ERP serial and lot tracked components to the finished goods produced from them.

Enhanced Inventory is built in the Sage 500 ERP application framework extending existing features for manufacturers of automotive, consumer electronics, food and beverage, capital equipment, and other products where serialized or lot tracked component are used in the production of serial or lot tracked finished goods. Continue reading

Lunch Byte: Batch Process Production Entry for Sage 500 ERP (FKA MAS 90)

A part of our Lunch Bytes Series: 15 minute technology updates.

The topic this week? Batch Process Production Entry for Sage 500 ERP (FKA MAS 90)

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Batch Process Production Entry in Anytime 500  is very useful for batch environments such as food, beverage, and chemical processing, as well as repetitive or lean manufacturing.This enhancement is similar to the Production Entry task in the standard Sage MAS 500 Light Manufacturing module. However, instead of creating work orders onthe-fly by posting transactions against the routing, Batch Process Production Entry allows companies to post multiple labor and/or material transactions against open work or batch orders from a single screen. Continue reading

Webinar:Tracking Component Inventory Lot/Serial Raw Materials to Lot/Serial Tracked Finished Good in Sage 500 ERP

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Tracking raw material lots or serial numbers to finished goods  is a huge advantage to companies in many different industries, especially in food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and electronics where companies will often issue multiple lot/serial track items to production where they produce multiple quantities of lot of serial tracked finished goods. Yeah, that’s a mouthful…the question is, if something goes wrong with a raw material, will you be able to recall the finished good lot?

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