Users can record expenses if, during the manufacturing process, there are additional expenses outside of the material.
Examples of expenses referred to are production costs such as sewing service costs (manufacturing processes for sewing), cake-making service costs (manufacturing processes for bakery/pastry factories), transportation costs, or other costs other than materials that are important to record.
I. Add Product for Expense
Step 1. Go to Products, then Click Add
Step 2. Input General & Price Information
Step 3. Setting Product Type, then Click Save
If your expense is in the form of services, then choose the non-inventory type.
If your expense is in the form of a product, and the stock needs to be managed, then choose the standard type.
Step 4. The Product was Added Successfully
II. Use Expense on Manufacture
Step 1. Go to Manufacture, then Click New
Step 2. Choose Outlet, then Click Ok
An outlet form will appear if the user has more than one outlet.
Step 3. Add Output Product to Generate
Step 4. Search Manufacturer Product, Input Qty, then Click Ok
Step 5. Go to Expense Tab on Input, then Click Add
Step 6. Search Expense Product, Input Qty, then Click Ok
Step 7. Expense was Added, then Click Submit
Step 8. Input Job Order Notes, then Click Ok
Step 9. Recheck Expense on Job Order Detail
Manufactured products that are processed using additional expenses will also be adjusted for unit costs with the additional expense used.