Tag Archives: Bills of Material

IC Transfer linked with BOM component

A BOM (bill of materials) is a list of raw items, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, components, parts and the quantities of each needed to manufacture a finished product. Sage 300 ERP offers multi-level BOM, increasing the complexity of the BOM. Sometime customer requirement will be totally different compared to current possibilities New stuff:PJC Contract Summary Report… Read More »

Augmenting Bills of Material

Manufacturing and Assembling industry relies on Bills of Material to track and maintain BOM items along with Raw material. Sage 300 provide efficient feature of Bills of Material in the Inventory control module. Using this feature user can setup their BOM which is used in Assembling /disassembling creation. In the Assembling industry e.g. Computer Assembling,… Read More »

How to Use as Default option on the Bills of Material screen in Sage 300 ERP 2014

With the release of  Sage 300 ERP version 2014 , Sage 300 has released enhanced features  which would help user to make business smarter and efficient. In this blog we will discuss about the new feature “Use As Default” appended  on Bills of Material screen in inventory control. The New Stuff: Data Integrity Check Reports… Read More »

Custom Fields for Bills of Material in Sage 300 ERP

In the absence of Optional Fields for Bills of Material; we have designed an enhancement for Sage 300 ERP; which offers additional custom fields at the component (detail) level. We have added 10 custom fields at the component detail level. These fields are available while setting up Bills of Material from I/C Bills of Material… Read More »

Generate BOM and Kitting items on the fly from Order Entry screen in Sage 300 ERP

In our previous blog; we discussed simple steps to set up Bills of Material in Sage 300 ERP. Ever wonder about setting up bills of material from Order Entry screen? Most often customers require to setup bills of material while they are taking an order from their customers. Say for e.g. your customer is selling… Read More »