Inventory sub-assemblies


J

JasonP

Hi,
Our electronics manufacturing coy. manufactures a number of sub-assemblies
and then uses these sub-assemblies to build differing final products. The
sub-assemblies may also be built from sub-sub-assemblies.

Is there a way to build the sub and sub-sub-assemblies into inventory and
then generate a 'kit' that use a number of these different assemblies?
 
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J

JasonP

JasonP again for PS.
My problem could be solved if the following could happen:
1. Select "Add New Item" in inventory
2. Create a "kit"
3. Be able to select another "kit" as part of the new kit item

The problem is that you -cannot- select a kit as part of another kit - only
other items
 
A

Allan Martin

JasonP said:
Hi,
Our electronics manufacturing coy. manufactures a number of sub-assemblies
and then uses these sub-assemblies to build differing final products. The
sub-assemblies may also be built from sub-sub-assemblies.

Is there a way to build the sub and sub-sub-assemblies into inventory and
then generate a 'kit' that use a number of these different assemblies?
Yes there is. Invest in a mid-range manufacturing program that is built to
handle this type of situation. There ain't no Coupe-Deville in the bottom of
a Craker Jacks box.
 
A

Allan Martin

Chris Schatte said:
Hi Jason,
Why not just create another kit for the sub-sub kit items?
Chris,

There are times where look else where for your accountig solution is the
answser.
 
J

JasonP

Any VALID comments, workarounds, hints and tips are welcome....

--
Thx in advance
Jason


Allan Martin said:
JasonP said:
Hi,
Our electronics manufacturing coy. manufactures a number of sub-assemblies
and then uses these sub-assemblies to build differing final products. The
sub-assemblies may also be built from sub-sub-assemblies.

Is there a way to build the sub and sub-sub-assemblies into inventory and
then generate a 'kit' that use a number of these different assemblies?
Yes there is. Invest in a mid-range manufacturing program that is built to
handle this type of situation. There ain't no Coupe-Deville in the bottom of
a Craker Jacks box.
 
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J

JasonP

telling someone to go buy another program isn't a valid response since I am
tring to solve the problem with THIS package.
 
J

JasonP

I want an answer to THIS package - not a response saying "go try another
package"

This is an easy and simple inventory feature (MYOB has it and MYOB inventory
is rubbish)
All the MSA needs to do is to be able to select a kit as part of another kit
- simple - but how do you do this?
 
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A

Allan Martin

JasonP said:
telling someone to go buy another program isn't a valid response since I
am
tring to solve the problem with THIS package.
Then let me refraise my response. Your made a wise choice in purchasing this
software. You did you home work to made sure it meets your needs. Women
adore you, men admire you and little children love you. You are indeed a
great person.
 

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