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What’s the business benefit of using batch properties?

Depending on your industry, business practices, and needs of regulations you may need to add and record characterstics or attributes (otherwise known as properties) to a specific batch record, for example:- Details of origin for caught fish and other seafoods Dimensions Results of quality control tests Active ingredient % for a drug By recording such […]

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Managing fixed batch size production processes

Across different industries there are many examples of fixed capacity batch size production for example:- Mixing Vessels for food preparation Aging Tanks for beverages Kilns for making bricks Non-continuous Ovens for bakeries Furnaces for melting metals These types of resource affect:- Process time for a manufacturing order Costing of resoMedia Libraryurces, fixed and variable overheads […]

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Batch control by Expiry date or Consume by

Regardless if the product is paint, glue, canned tomatoes, orange juice or shampoo all these products have a shelf life. Depending if the product is quality or safety focused, the life may be managed by expiry or consumed by date. ProcessForce batch management functions, supports both life control methods to provide enterprises the flexibility to […]

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Meeting Standards with Batch Numbering Formats

To ensure batch numbers are correctly formatted to meet regulatory  or company standards, ProcessForce provides a flexible but easy to use batch and serial number template to generate the required numbering format. This template is used across all SAP Business One and ProcessForce processes, when performing inventory transactions for example Goods Receipt Purchase Order and Goods Receipt Production […]

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Batch Control – Increasing Profits and reducing Inventory obsolescence

How often when a product was planned to be sold or used in production to only find the batch was near its expiry date or had actually expired?. The result, creating an inventory stock-out, a potential customer lost order, lost revenue and profits, including an obsolete inventory write-off. Between a combination of defining a warning period prior […]

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