Tag Archives: Sage X3 Functional blogs

Automatic deallocation function in Sage X3

The automatic deallocation processing of material linked to production for a given site, a given period and selected work orders can be initiated using this function. This processing can deallocate the materials based on the initial allocation type (global or detailed). A deallocation processing can be initiated based on the type of initial allocation (global or detailed) for materials assigned to a given site, a given period, and selected work orders. Below are the… Read More »

Working of customer extension in Sage X3

Sage X3 has provided us a function which is named as ‘Customer extension’ (function PROROGC). Sometimes there can be a situation where we need to extend the due date of payments which is pending from a customer. Here by using customer extension function we can update the new date of the payments for specific customers.… Read More »

How to create work order without routing in Sage X3

A Work order is an order to make one or more products. Conventionally, the work order uses a bill of materials (BOM) to create a list of materials to be issued, and a routing to make a list of operations to be performed on work centers. Work orders dictate what product need to be manufactured,… Read More »

How to create process flows in Sage X3 V12

Sage X3 provides various features of displaying transactions through different ways of navigating them, sometimes by jump to options or by menu items and many more. These process flows are widely used for because they eliminate the need to go the site map every time to access a function. Instead, it helps the user to… Read More »

Budgeted cost calculation function in Sage X3

This function is used to calculate the budgeted cost of one or a range of products at a specified site. This function is typically used to prepare provisional costs for the following year. Costs are calculated from a set of user-defined parameters. A single product-site record has only one budget cost. You can prepare simulated… Read More »

Time billing in project management in Sage X3V12

In Sage X3, there are multiple option available for billing the customer under project management. Project billing is a process for companies working in a Project management context that need to invoice customers for a project. Project billing is a complete overview of the billing process for a project. Following are the billing mode currently supported… Read More »

Calculate expected subcontract cost in Sage X3

This function can be launched on a single sub-contracting order or on a selection of sub-contracting orders (EO), using the filters. It is used to calculate the various costs corresponding to the various stages of the sub-contracting order in order to analyze the variances and the valuation choices in the production reporting. A single subcontracting… Read More »

How to setup Scheduled Invoice Generation function

Scheduled invoice generation is function to automatically mass generate the invoices from orders for a given site, when the invoicing process is based on a invoicing schedule. The orders are from the Normal category and meet the following criteria: They apply to sold and non-deliverable products of the Generic or Service category. For Project management:… Read More »

Work order from Enterprise planning using SO transactions in Sage X3

A Work order is an order to make one or more products. Conventionally, the work order uses a bill of materials (BOM) to create a list of materials to be issued, and a routing to make a list of operations to be performed on work centers. You can create both planned work orders and firm… Read More »

How to control the Scrap percentage while we make the Production tracking in Sage X3

We do have request to control the scrap when the manufacturing of the product needs to be done. If as such control are not placed then the end user will not hold any control on the wastage while preparing the finished goods. This setup can be done within the Sage X3 functionality toachieve the control… Read More »