5/9/2011

Job Scheduling Software

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Together with vital functions like enterprise resource planning (ERP), estimating, quoting and job scheduling, job costing helps manufacturers track and reduce their expenses significantly. Although it uses some accounting data to determine profitability and to evaluate product manufacturing costs, unlike straightforward cost accounting, job costing does not entail processing debit-credit transactions.

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Together with vital functions like enterprise resource planning (ERP), estimating, quoting and job scheduling, job costing helps manufacturers track and reduce their expenses significantly.
 
Although it uses some accounting data to determine profitability and to evaluate product manufacturing costs, unlike straightforward cost accounting, job costing does not entail processing debit-credit transactions. Instead, it acts like a stand-alone function that needs special attention, and whenever possible, integration with specialized automated modules, that is, ERP and scheduling software.
 
Because they help companies separate efficient processes/jobs from their less optimal counterparts, ERP, quoting, costing and scheduling are essential components to the manufacturing industry. Together they help reduce time, costs and errors, allowing organizations to achieve the best prices and quotes possible.
 
MIE Solutions’ latest generation of quoting/estimating products—MIE Trak and MIE QuoteIt—offers a complete and highly effective manufacturing solution for small, medium and large businesses alike. Together, the three products offer the following features and benefits: possibility to link documents, CAD/CAM data, images, notes, and so on; real-time pricing and quote response to customers; customizable reports and documents; user defined formulas and tables for detailed quoting; possibility to view history, sales commissions, labor and material pricing; unlimited level assemblies of kits; and more. 
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