Simple Manufacturing and
Materials Management ...!
Manufacturing businesses use machines, tools and labour to
produce goods from raw materials. Sometimes these finished
goods become the components used in the manufacture of
more complex products such as household appliances
Businesses in Manufacturing can benefit immensely from advanced features in Tally.ERP 9:
Stock Item Classification as Raw material, Work in Progress, Finished goods:
The user can classify stock items under the typical three broad classifications (Stock Groups)
• Raw Materials
• Work in Progress
• Finished Goods
All ingredients that are used to manufacture a particular item are called Raw Materials. A product whose shape has changed but not reached its finished stage is called Semi-finished item and grouped under 'Work-in-Progress'. Any item that is completely transformed in nature, has reached its final form, and is ready to sell is labelled 'Finished Goods'. The user can also create these ledgers under ‘Stock-in-Hand’. Once the option 'Integrate Accounts with Inventory' has been deactivated, Tally.ERP 9 automatically displays the total closing balances of all the ledgers grouped under the Stock-in-Hand, based on the Closing balances entered by the user.
Bill of Material with auto adjustments of stock:
In many industries, especially assembly units, multiple components are used in the manufacture of finished items. Bill of Materials in Tally.ERP 9 provides a workaround to the difficulty of issuing stock items each time a product is manufactured. To generate a Bill of Materials, create a new item (finished or intermediate product) and specify the components that go into its manufacture. Now, using manufacturing journal, specify the quantity of items to be manufactured. Tally.ERP 9 immediately selects all items required and automatically decreases the stock.
Additional cost of Manufacturing with notional value and percentage:
When a product is manufactured, often, indirect costs come into play. These could include labour, electricity, accessories etc., and have to be added to the cost of the product. In Tally.ERP 9, these costs can be added to the product while entering Stock Journals or Manufacturing Journal (use B.O.M). The user can specify the additional cost as a percentage of the component cost, or even specify a notional value.