OnRamp tracks all changes to your inventory based on information set on the Part Master screen. Here, on the Inventory tab, you can set:
The inventory grid location
The unit of measure
The backflush Backflush accounting is a product costing approach, used in a Just-In-Time (JIT) operating environment, in which costing is delayed until goods are finished. Backflush accounting delays the recording of costs until after the events have taken place, then standard costs are used to work backwards to 'flush' out the manufacturing costs. rules
By counting the number of parts acquired via order entry, OnRamp can tell you how much inventory you have, where it is, and how many you may need.
The following steps should be taken to track product location in inventory.
Special Inventory Transactions
To ensure accuracy, certain inventory transactions can be performed to adjust location quantities.
Use the screens under the following folder Production > Inventory > Inventory Review to review current inventory
Inventory by Part [S1535] - used to review the quantity of inventory available.
Inventory Transactions by Part [S1109] - used to review the inventory transactions for a part.
Use the screens under the following folder Production > Inventory > Inventory Applications to adjust current inventory
- Inventory Location Master [S1107] - used to setup inventory locations.
- Inventory Move [S1155] - used to move inventory to a different location.
- Inventory Adjustment [S1619] - used to add or remove inventory from a specific lot.
- Unplanned Receipt [S1614] - used to add inventory to a new lot.
- Unplanned Issue [S1613] - used to remove inventory from a lot.