Accounting and Manufacturing Software


Trevor Davis

BS1 Enterprise Accounting with Manufacturing is a multi-currency
manufacturing, distribution and accounting system: General Ledger, Accounts
Payable, Accounts Receivable, Inventory, Purchase Orders, Sales Orders and
Quotes, Manufacturing, Sales Analysis, and Bank Reconciliation.

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Sales orders may be entered as quotes and printed for customer approval. When
approved, the status is changed to On Order. Picking slips may be printed for
the shipping department. Bills of lading may be printed to go with the
shipments. Multiple shipments are allowed per order.

Manufacturing orders default to the product standard component items and
resources (labour and equipment), which you can then change for substitutions
or running on a different machine if one is overbooked, or for manufacturing a
custom product. Bills of Materials may be printed for the plant personnel
showing the materials and resources to be used. Receipts default using data
from the order, so only exceptions require entry, such as unplanned
substitutions or differences in the quantities of materials or resources used.
Production costs, variances, and WIP are tracked.

Scheduling of shipments, purchasing and manufacturing is facilitated by a
report showing current inventory levels, sales orders, purchase orders and
manufacturing orders.

Payables and receivables are tracked separately for each currency and the GL
automatically converts revenues and expenses to domestic currency.

User-defined financial statements can be created through a simple set-up
process. GL account totals and inventory totals can be viewed on screen with
drill-down to original source transactions.

BS1 Enterprise comes with sample data illustrating how the program can be used
by a food manufacturing company purchasing raw and packaging materials and
manufacturing food products for wholesale distribution. BS1 is also suitable
for companies manufacturing other types of products.

Customization available and Delphi source code available for several databases
including SQL Server and DBISAM.

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