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QuickBooks and MISys Manufacturing, the Perfect Pairing
Updated: Apr 24, 2019
Great news for manufacturers already using MISyS Manufacturing who are looking to implement QuickBooks, or vice versa. The two programs can now be integrated seamlessly and there are no restrictions on compatibility, whether it be a hosted or cloud version.
Great news for manufacturers already using MISys Manufacturing who are looking to implement QuickBooks, or vice versa. The two programs can now be integrated seamlessly and there are no restrictions on compatibility, whether it be a hosted or cloud version. If you are already using the advanced inventory option in QuickBooks and can’t understand why the addition of MISys would benefit your company, see the simple list below for some key benefits of the adoption of MISys.
Accurately track Work in Process (WIP) inventory, including inventory with outside processors.
Use LIFO or Standard Costing.
Track labor expended in manufacturing and completion of job at work center locations.
Track by Serial and Lot number – traceability from raw material to finished goods, up to 16 nested levels.
Establish production schedules based on sales orders, sales history or forecasts.
Automate inventory purchases based on the production schedule, incorporating lead times and the inventory on hand, on order or in production. Or what you need when you need it.
Make unlimited revisions to standard Bill of Material for optional configurations of a product.
Link multiple suppliers/vendors to materials and track their performance regarding delivery time and cost.
Account for variable yields for batch process manufacturing.
Utilize “what if” scenarios to determine if a product can be made given the existing inventory, and what inventory has to be ordered to produce a certain quantity of products.
Visually display production schedules in a GANTT chart and make changes using the chart.
Display 16 levels of nested assemblies, including sub-assemblies and component parts.
Establish Production Routings, detailing the works center, operations, instructions and shop floor travelers.
Track byproducts and secondary outputs.
Set accounting rules by location, project and item.
Modify production orders on the fly.
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