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Enterprise Edition

Powerful ERP for manufacturing companies with higher transaction volumes

Struggling with higher transaction volumes on your manufacturing ERP system? Automating your process flows can be a game changer for your manufacturing management and delivery lead times and accuracy.

Manu Online Enterprise Edition includes all of the powerful process management tools of our Mini Enterprise Edition but additionally allows you to handle the key processes in bulk. High volume manufacturing is now accessible to smaller companies using cloud systems.

Enterprise Edition

Enable these powerful features:

  • Create work orders in bulk against demand and/or minimum free stock levels.
  • Create purchase orders against demand, free stock levels and/or break downs of product forecasting. Order lines can be allocated to suppliers based on preferred supplier or current best offer price.
  • Create sales invoices in bulk taking into account customer invoice addresses and preferences for combined invoicing or not.

Have you considered this? Move to batch size of one in your production. Your transaction volume will increase but then you can have a just-in-time manufacturing system that will allow you to make what your customer orders, immediately. Tie this in with bar-coding in production and shipping, serial number trace-ability and automated resource allocation, then you will have a powerful operation that will scale with your customer demand.

When your company goes international, upgrade seamlessly to our Multi Company Edition.

Pricing

£450 or $580 per month including 5 concurrent users and 10 operators (unlimited named users) Additional concurrent users £45 or $58. Click here for free trial.

Concurrent user pricing: you decide and set the maximum number of concurrent users that can be logged into your system at the same time. The number of named users (with usernames and passwords) is unlimited. If a user does not log out, they will be logged out automatically after 2 hours of inactivity and their license released. An “Operator” is a person for whom time is being recorded against production work orders. Use of the work cell screen for collecting operator time is not counted against the licensed concurrent user count. Additional operators can be licensed in packs. Choice of GBP or USD depends on your location.

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