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RF/BAR Products are focused into five sets of business activities:  
  • Receiving: receive quality raw materials into Stockroom
  • Stockroom: pick and deliver product kits to Production
  • Production: build Products, reporting progress and labor hours
  • Kanbans: consume, authorize, ship, fill Bar-Coded Kanbans
  • Warehouse: store, pick & ship Products to Customers
Click on a Product Link to see the Product Specification and User Guide.

Bar-Coded Kanban Activities

posted Sep 3, 2013, 9:54 AM by Fred Jeter

NEW!!! We now offer a new Product for accurately capturing Kanban Activities using bar-coding. The Kanban Activities are immediately available in our Browser-based LEAN MANAGEMENT toolset.

WAREHOUSING: Sales Order Picking

posted Jan 31, 2011, 10:21 AM by Fred Jeter   [ updated Jan 11, 2012, 5:45 PM ]

Picking of Sales Orders is the preferred entry into the world of bar-coding for about 75% of our customers. By utilizing bar-coding to pick sales orders, you can greatly improve your data collection accuracy and efficiency. Your accuracy will approach 99+% accuracy. Your picking efficiency can increase many fold over your old manual picking methods.

One of the favorite options for picking sales orders is displaying the customer orders that are eligible for picking, sequenced by ascending Due Date. This enhancement replaces paper pick lists, which grow stale as soon as they are printed.

There are additional options you can choose to add more efficiency -- namely having individual pickers pick multiple sales orders simultaneously, and having multiple pickers pick single large sales orders simultaneously.
You choose.

RECEIVING: Receipt Inspection Quality Order

posted Dec 9, 2010, 2:07 PM by Fred Jeter

You need to communicate all needed inspections to your QA department. We provide this capability in our PO receiving by creating a QAD Quality Order for each inspection required.

RECEIVING: Receipt Sampling

posted Dec 9, 2010, 1:25 PM by Fred Jeter   [ updated Dec 27, 2010, 4:13 PM ]

An important part of receiving raw materials from suppliers is making sure that they are within specifications. Various statistical sampling techniques help you choose the smallest yet adequate sample size for inspecting incoming materials. We have built this function into our PO receiving.

RECEIVING: Purchase Order Receiving & Item Label Printing

posted Dec 9, 2010, 1:19 PM by Fred Jeter   [ updated Nov 3, 2011, 7:25 AM ]

Prints Bar-coded Item labels to affix to all inventoried raw material items, as soon as an item is officially received on a QAD PO. Handles receiving regular items, subcontract items, blanket order released items, and supplier scheduled items.
If you perform incoming inspection, there is an Option that manages which "receipt-lots" need inspection, based on statistical sampling history & supplier certification.

STOCKROOM: Demand management of Non-Production Items

posted Dec 9, 2010, 1:16 PM by Fred Jeter   [ updated Dec 28, 2010, 10:57 AM ]

Do you need to better manage inventoried items that are not on bills of material? Here's a great solution that even helps you re-order non-MRP items, based on non-MRP demands, such as engineering, production supplies, desk supplies, etc.

STOCKROOM: Component Item Label Printing

posted Dec 9, 2010, 1:13 PM by Fred Jeter

Normally, you print a new item label for every raw material that comes in the receiving dock. But sometimes (like when starting up a stockroom on bar-coding) that yo need to print labels for existing inventory items.

STOCKROOM: Physical Inventory

posted Dec 9, 2010, 1:10 PM by Fred Jeter

With the advent of bar-coding, hopefully you can keep your inventory accurate. If you still need to count ALL inventory wall to wall, this program can take advantage of the bar-coded item labels to make the job go faster.

PRODUCTION: WIP Cycle Counting

posted Dec 9, 2010, 1:08 PM by Fred Jeter   [ updated Dec 30, 2010, 1:16 PM ]

When you need to set up a daily WIP Cycle Count, to make sure where WIP products is in their routing-operations, this is how to do it right. Both bar-coded data entry (including dispatching WIP counts sequenced by Work center) and batch data entry from the WIp Cycle Count Worksheet entries are supported.

PRODUCTION: Work Order Moves

posted Dec 9, 2010, 1:06 PM by Fred Jeter

When needed to track the progress of production for complex products, you might need to record a transaction every time an items moves from one work center to the next.

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