Work Order Management Workflow for Intacct and QStock with Tracebility

QStock Inventory is a Warehouse Management System, or WMS, and has a deep real time integration with Intacct through a web services connection. Today we’ll be showing you how we create a Work Order in QStock from an Intacct Bill of Materials(BOM), allocate and assemble that WO physically in the warehouse with barcode scanning during the picking and put away and automatically creating the proper decrement of raw materials used and increment of finished goods created Intacct once we are done.

One of the things that QStock does is streamline the kit and light assembly process in your physical warehouse.

Here is a new work order in QStock for a chem kit we want to produce. Once we create the work order from a managerial view, being able to see how many we can make, how many are already made and how many are already on work orders to be made, we can allocate the work order for team members on the warehouse floor to being picking and producing.

To complete the work order into QStock, we are going to use a Wi-Fi enabled windows device with a barcode scanner like this one running QStock Mobile. As you can see, I have visibility to all of the allocated WO’s in QStock.

Allocated work orders show up to allow workers to get the right items from the right places following the most efficient path. Once the items are together, and assembing is complete, we can receive in the finished goods and close out the work order in QStock from the handheld. Once we do that, we can see the appropriate adjustment decrements of raw materials used and adjustment increments of finished goods produced are created within Intacct.

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