MS D365BC is a comprehensive business management solution. It was previously known as Microsoft Dynamics Nav (Dynamics Nav) and empowers small & medium-sized businesses (SMBs) by streamlining their everyday business activities. Moreover, it is easy to configure & enables them to manage their core tasks seamlesslyfor instance, Sales, purchasing, inventory, warehouse, planning, production, accounts, etc.
Therefore, in this blog, let us dive deeper & explore Production Functionality of MS D365BC.
Production Order is an integral part of the MS D365BC Production Module. It contains information regarding the products, materials, the processes, product quantities, finish date, etc. Moreover, it also comprises data about products that have been manufactured previously & the materials used in them, and so on. Likewise,businesses can create Production orders using information related to production BOMs, Routings, items, work centres, machine centres, etc. Usually, businesses create Production orders automatically. However, they can also create it manually.
The Production module of MS D365BC allows businesses to seamlessly manage their subcontracting options. It provides features like work centres with assigned vendors, work centre cost based on unit or time, subcontracting worksheet, etc.As a result, businesses can set up Subcontract Work Centers like the regular work centre but require additional details. Further, they can specify a Work Center on a routing operation. Similarly, they can also designate the cost of the process both at the routing or the work centre level.
Similarly, with MS D365BC businesses can stipulate whether the costs related to the work center are based on a flat charge per unit or the production time. Moreover, MS D365BC, allows businesses to quickly locate the Production Order with material ready for sending to a subcontractor. By using Production order routings, they can automatically create purchase orders for subcontracting operations. Not only this, but they can also automatically post the purchase order charges to the production order during the posting of the purchase order. However, only production orders with a status of release can be accessed & used from a subcontracting worksheet.
Post Consumption & Output for one released Production order line
The production module of MS D365BC provides features like Production Journal Page. It comprises both the consumption journal & the output journal. Moreover, businesses can access it directly from the released production order. Production Journal helps businesses manually post the consumption of components, the number of end items produced, and the time spent in operations. In addition, businesses can post Consumption quantities as negative item ledger entries, output quantities as positive ledger entries, etc.
Batch Post Consumption
Businesses can Batch post the number of components used per operation in a journal. They can do so using the Production functionality of MS D365BC. As a result, they can seamlessly process multiple planned production orders.
Batch Post Output & Run Times
Using the Production functionality of MS D365BC, businesses can Post the number of finished items and the time spent per operation in a journal. They can efficiently process multiple planned production orders, just like the Batch Post Consumption feature.
Reverse Output Posting
With the Production Module of MS D365BC, businesses can use features like Reverse output posting. It helps them in case of data entry errors or whenever businesses post an incorrect amount of output to a production order.
With MS D365BC, businesses can post the number of items produced in each finished operation that do not qualify as finished output but as scrapped material. Similarly, they can manage the scrap based on routes, resources or BOM.
Work & Machine Centres
Using the production module of MS D365BC, Businesses can view the shop floor load because of planned and released production orders.
With MS D365BC, businesses can post consumed capacities that are not assigned to the production order in the capacity journal.
Finished Production Order costs
Using the production functionality of MS D365BC , businesses can Calculate and adjust the cost of finished production items and consumed components for financial reconciliation. Moreover, businesses can consider only those production orders for cost adjustment whose status is “Finish”.