A Bill of Materials (BOM) is a list that includes the raw materials, components, and components needed to build, manufacture, or repair a product or service. A product BOM often serves as the basis for a production order. It lists the assembled components that make up a finished product, as well as the prices, descriptions, quantities, and associated units of measurement. Reporting helps businesses at the same time:
- Monitor the production plan by day;
- Monitor the raw material norms for production aforementioned
|Goals||Questions to ask||Dashboard views|
|Monitor the production plan by day|
What is the required output of each SKU per day?
How much does 1 unit of product cost?
How much do all goods estimated cost after production?
|Plan FG_Qty, FG Cost, Plan $|
|Monitor raw material norms for production|
What materials are needed to make a product?
How many of each type?
What is the unit cost and total material cost?
|RM_Qty, RM Cost, RM $|
Production Bill of Materials Report
- The production plan table and the BOM table in the report can interact with each other: when selecting a finished product, the total amount of materials
needed to produce that product will be displayed, while when selecting a material, it will be displayed. get all the products that need that material to make.
- Production planning and material norms need to be monitored simultaneously and regularly to keep the production process running smoothly, avoiding downtime due to lack of materials.
Number of finished products to be produced according to the plan
Original cost of finished products after production
Total value of finished products produced according to the plan
Quantity of materials needed to produce the finished product as planned
Cost of materials
Total value of materials needed to produce the finished product as planned