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Inventory BOM, along with the Assembly Entry transaction, provides a simple method for converting components into an assembled product.

Dynamics GP Manufacturing

Dynamics streamlines your manufacturing process from procurement to shipping, and gives you the control you want. And you can try it for free at mygpcloud.com. Dynamics GP can be configured to be simple or very sophisticated. The basic use involves bills of material and manufacturing orders. You can easily add functionality such as MRP, forecasting, […]

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Dynamics Manufacturing

        Dynamics streamlines your manufacturing process from procurement to shipping, and gives you the control you want. If you have a simple manufacturing process or complex manufacturing process, Dynamics will help you control the process by providing the following: Allows you to know which products are profitable and which customers are profitable […]

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Dynamics GP Manufacturing with MRP for Multilevel BOM’s

Video Demo: Dynamics GP Manufacturing with MRP Looking for new software? Check it out, Dynamics GP 2015 Trials Free Small Business Accounting Software Demo » Dynamics GP has a powerful MRP process that efficiently surveys product demand, and suggests manufacturing orders and purchase orders to meet the demand. Among many other specific features, it effectively […]

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Easy Manufacturing with myGPcloud

When you think ERP Manufacturing you probably think, “complicated.” It doesn’t have to be. At a basic level manufacturing is using a bill of materials with multiple (BOM) components, to create a finished good item. Pretty simple, really. The next step you might take is to add materials resource planning (MRP) to enhance your purchasing effectiveness, avoid […]

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Simple Manufacturing BOM in Dynamics GP

The manufacturing BOM is a sophisticated bill of material application, and can be a bit intimidating to use, at first. But here are the steps to create a simple, functional BOM, to give you the feeling of the system; assuming you have your items all set up: First we want to set up the finished […]

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