Job order/Assembling

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Job Order/Assembling​

Overview

Add a job order

In the Manufacturing menu, select Job Order/Assembling.

  1. Click “+Add Job Order
  2. Click Type to search assembly product and select the product you’re creating an assembly for.
  3. Click Save and Continue Edit to save the Job Order as a draft, or click Save and Approve to approve or click Save and Pending to mark the Job Order as pending and enter a new Job Order or click Save and New to record a new Job Order and save the previous one or click Save and Close to close the Job Order and save the Job Order in draft status.

Job order fields and their description

  • Product to Assemble: Enter the name of the product you would like to create a job order for.
  • Date: This is set as default to the current date. You can change this also.
  • Due Date: will display the current date but it can be changed later.
  • Number: Use Splendid Accounts default numbering sequence or you can add your number sequence by clicking on number code and then a “+ “sign
  • Reference: Choose a reference to suit your company. Later, you may want to search for your Job Order using your chosen reference.
  • Master Group: This field appears only if you have enabled Groups. Groups let you customize the Job Order in many ways.
  • Quantity to Produce: Enter the output quantity you want to produce for a product.
  • Total Cost: This field will display the total cost of the amount a product will have after production.
  • Detail Group A: This field appears only if you have enabled Groups. Groups let you customize the Job Order in many ways.
  • Detail Group B: This field appears only if you have enabled Groups. Groups let you customize the Job Order in many ways.

Job Order line field and description

  • Product: Select products if you have inventory products set up for your organization. Inventory products speed up data entry by automatically filling in the product field with information you’ve saved against your inventory products.
  • Product Description: Enter text as you’d like to describe the products. You can include description lines in your product’s short description that will automatically display at line item.
  • Warehouse: Select the warehouse in which the inventory will be managed. The default warehouse will be displayed in the Job Order form if you set the warehouse as default in the warehouse section. If there is only one warehouse, no dropdown will be available as all the inventory will be managed in that warehouse.
  • Batch: This field will represent the batch number for the products
  • Quantity: Enter the number of products.
  • Cost: This will represent the average cost of a product managed in inventory.
  • Amount: This is the calculated amount of a product.
  • Consignment: Add a consignment number to record from against which consignment has been received. The consignment will display if you have enabled tracking the consignment from company settings.

Account Expenses (Optional):

This is an optional field to record your expenses such as delivery charges or shipping charges.
Account Expenses

Manufacturing Setting

Splendid Accounts allow you to manage settings for input and output quantity at assembling or disassembling. These settings can be done in company settings.
Manufacturing Setting

Batch auto-creation at Job Order

Auto creation of batches for the batch product is now available for Job Orders, should be enabled from manufacturing settings.
Batch auto-creation at Job Order

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