Manage Materials and Finished Goods

M-Power tracks and manages both raw materials and finished goods inventory. You can track inventory by location and sublocation (such as a pallet bay location). Reconciling periodic stock counts with onhand inventory is easily managed. Reports and notifications tell you when your stock is low for any items.

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Purchasing Raw Materials

The purchasing cycle for raw materials includes systems for purchasing, receipt of materials, and the reconciliation of supplier deliveries and bills. You can export Supplier Bills to MYOB or Xero to minimise data entry. We increment inventory on receipt through the inwards goods process.

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Committing Raw Materials

Our recipes estimate the raw material requirements across a job. To ensure inventory is available, we adjust inventory when we release the job rather than when we consume it during manufacturing. Optionally staff can scan raw materials out of material as they use them.


Replenishing Finished Goods

We have a system of stock orders to replenish finished goods. Imagine you have twelve finished goods items you manufacture the same way. You raise one stock order to manufacture the batch you need for the twelve items. When the job is complete, we increment the inventory of the twelve items with the job output.

Fully integrated, super fast and incredibly
easy to use.

Recording Materials Used

We record materials used in two ways. Firstly materials can be committed to the job when released and then altered if the quantities used vary from the estimate. Alternatively, you can scan the materials into the job as you use them. The first approach is best for stock control, but both arrive at the exact job profitability figures.


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Easily track and manage job profitability
and team productivity

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you accurate data to improve your performance.

Frequently asked questions

You can assign an inventory transaction to a location and a sub-location. A location might be a different factory or warehouse, and a sub-location could be a pallet location within a warehouse.

You can print an inventory count sheet with a barcode for each item. A team member will enter the count on the sheet. You can then scan the barcode and enter the quantity into the system. The system then adjusts the item to the count figure and date with an adjusting transaction.

No - not currently. We are skilled integrators, and will consider your requirements once we understand the functionality of the third-party warehousing provider you use.

We have reports which list items that you need to reorder. We can send this report to you daily as a notification.

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