Acumatica Cloud ERP supports multiple manufacturing methodologies including make to stock (MTS), make to order (MTO), engineer to order (ETO), configure to order (CTO), batch process and more.
Customers span every manufacturing industry including automotive, electrical and electronics, industrial machinery & equipment, instruments, fabricated and primary metals, food and beverage, and many others.
Manufacturing Management Features of Acumatica Cloud ERP :
Production planning on the shop floor with:
- Customer management
- Sales orders
- Product Configurator
- Material Resource Planning (MRP)
- Integrated Bills of Materials & Routing
- Production Order Management
- Activity Based Costing including Variable and Fixed Overhead
- Adv. Planning & scheduling
- Manufacturing Data Collection
Financial reporting to provide:
- Real-time coordination of activities across your entire business including Use capture material issues, move transactions, and
- Real time supervisors and management approvals and monitor production orders, schedules, and material plans
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“Acumatica gives me very timely information to make better business decisions. I have better information in terms of profitability by location, by customer and by product. Access to that data helps me target growth. We didn’t have that kind of data before.”Read the Full Story
“The biggest time savings for us is not having to go out and wander through our yards of product to see what we've actually got on hand. Having a live inventory of what we have across seven different locations has been a huge time savings for people.”Read the Full Story
“Having Acumatica Manufacturing Edition and Scanco integrated allows us to manage all our inventory from a single location. We can easily look it up in the system and have confidence that it’s accurate.”Read the Full Story
“We looked around for quite a while for what we wanted—an ERP that could integrate with a POS and our website and one that would only cost a couple hundred thousand. Everyone told us that it didn’t exist, that it would cost $5 million. ‘In your price range,’ they said, ‘there are no integrated systems.’”Read the Full Story