TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview

The Work In Progress tab provides a list of functions and transactions which cover the whole production process as below:


Production Rules

Job Run quantity complete cannot exceed the quantity received in the operation. Quantity moved cannot exceed the quantity completed.

Quantity completed in a job cannot exceed the released quantity i.e. job order quantity.

PARAMETERDESCRIPTION

Allow users to receive item into stock

Production users will be able to perform move into warehouse location in the last operation in Job Run, Machine run or WIP Move.

Allow users to close job orders

Production users will have to option to change the job status to close in the last operation in Job Run, Machine run or WIP Move.

Allow users to complete operations

Production users will have to option to change the operation status to complete in each operation in Job Run, Machine run or WIP Move. When the operation status is Complete, no other transactions can be recorded in that operation.

Allow employee to run multiple job orders

Workers can start multiple job orders at the same time.

Allow over complete

Production user will be able to have quantity completed more than the released quantity in job order.

Allow over scrap

Production user allow to have scrap quantity more than the released quantity.

Enable Multi Scan (Production)

Production user will be able to leverage the Multi Scan functionality for scanning QR codes containing Job Order Number, Suffix, and Operation Number. Upon activation, an additional Scan field is introduced at the top of the form in the WIP Module, providing users with a convenient location for efficient QR code scanning and streamlined data entry processes.


Job Material Issue

Job Material Issue form allows user to issue the required materials from the warehouse to production floor before they can start job run.

Perform Job Material Issue

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Job Material Issue.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform Job Material Issue (if the warehouse field is enabled).

3. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number where the materials issue to.

4. Select the Operation number where the materials issue to.

5. Optionally, scan or select the Material.

6. Click the Next button.

7. From Job Material List form, select the Material to issue.

8. Verify the Material by scanning on the material barcode.

9. Scan or enter the Location where the material issue from.

10. Scan or select the Lot Number if is lot tracked item.

11. Key in the Quantity to Issue to the job order.

12. Click the Process button.

13. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

14. Complete the Print Barcode Label form.

15. Click the Print button to generate the labels. To learn more, refer to PERFORM PRINT JOB MATERIAL ISSUE LABEL.

16. User can review the output of the process in the Material Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.


Batch Job Material Issue

The Batch Job Material Issue form allows  users to issue multiple non-lot-tracked materials from a specific location to the production floor in a single transaction. The quantity to be issued will exactly match the outstanding quantity. 

Perform Batch Job Material Issue

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Batch Job Material Issue.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform Job Material Issue (if the warehouse field is enabled).

3. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number where the materials issue to.

4. Select the Operation number where the materials issue to.

5. Click the Next button.

6. The Issue Location will be determined by the default location setting in the Transaction Parameter. This location represents the origin from which the material will be issued.

7. To issue multiple materials, simply check the corresponding checkboxes next to the desired materials in the Batch Job Material List form. 

8. To select all materials in the list, check the "Select All" checkbox.

9. Click the Process button.

10. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

11. User can review the output of the process in the Material Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application


Job Material Return

Job Material Return form allows user to return the materials from the production floor back to the warehouse.

Perform Job Material Return

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Job Material Return.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform Job Material Return (if the warehouse field is enabled).

3. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number where the materials return from.

4. Select the Operation number where the materials return from.

5. Optionally, scan or select the Material.

6. Click the Next button.

7. From Job Material List form, select the Material to return.

8. Verify the Material by scanning on the material barcode.

9. Scan or enter the Location where the material returns to.

10. Scan or select the Lot Number if is lot tracked item.

11. Key in the Quantity to Return to the warehouse.

12. Click the Process button.

13. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

14. User can review the output of the process in the Material Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.


Labor Run

The Labor Run forms allow user to record the tasks that performed by the employees. There are three tasks which are:

LABOR RUN TYPEDESCRIPTION

Job Run

Production run for job order.

Job Setup

Machine/work center preparation tasks.

Indirect tasks

Non-production related tasks

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...If the parameter Allow employee to run multiple job order is set, the employee can scan more than one task without ending the prior started tasks.

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...Same employee cannot run more than one Job Run and Job Setup for same job order and operation at the same time. Same employee cannot run more than one Indirect Tasks at the same time.


Perform Start Labor Run – Indirect Task

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Start Labor Run.

2. Scan or select the Employee ID who start the indirect task.

3. Select Indirect Type from the Job Type dropdown.

4. Click the Next button.

5. Scan or select the Indirect Task code to start.

6. Click the Start button.

7. A success message appears upon successful transaction.


Perform End Labor Run – Indirect Task

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select End Labor Run.

2. Scan or select the Employee ID who end the indirect task.

3. Click the Next button.

4. From the Labor List, select the indirect task to end.

5. Click the Stop button.

6. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

7. User can review the output of the process in the Job Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.


Perform Start Labor Run – Job Setup

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Start Labor Run.

2. Scan or select the Employee ID who start the job setup.

3. Select Job Setup from the Job Type dropdown.

4. Click the Next button.

5. Select the Warehouse to perform job setup (if the warehouse field is enabled).

6. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number to start job setup.

7. Scan or select the Operation number to start job setup.

8. Optionally, scan or select the Machine if the job setup required a machine.

9. Click the Start button.

10. A success message appears upon successful transaction.


Perform End Labor Run – Job Setup

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select End Labor Run.

2. Scan or select the Employee ID who end the job setup.

3. Click the Next button.

4. From the Labor List, select the job setup task to end.

5. Click the Stop button.

6. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

7. User can review the output of the process in the Job Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.


Perform Start Labor Run – Job Run

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Start Labor Run.

2. Scan or select the Employee ID who start the job run.

3. Select Job Run from the Job Type dropdown.

4. Click the Next button.

5. Select the Warehouse to perform job run (if the warehouse field is enabled).

6. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number to start job run.

7. Scan or select the Operation number to start job run.

8. Optionally, scan or select the Machine if the job required to run with a machine.

9. Click the Start button.

10. A success message appears upon successful transaction.


Perform End Labor Run – Job Run

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select End Labor Run.

 2. Scan or select the Employee ID who end the job run.

3. Click the Next button.

4. From the Labor List, select the job run task to end.

5. Key in the Quantity to Complete from the job run.

6. Key in the Quantity to Move of the completed quantity to the next operation.

7. Optionally, key in Quantity to Scrap if there is any. User must select Reason Code for the scrap.

8. Click on the Add button if there are multiple scrap reasons.

9. Optionally, user can choose to Complete Operation. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Job Labor Hours)

10. Optionally, user can choose to Close Job which will close the job order. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Job Labor Hours)

11. Scan or select the Location where the completed items move to if it is the last operation. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Job Labor Hours) 

12. Scan or select the Lot Number if is lot tracked item.

13. Click the Stop button.

14. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

15. User can review the output of the process in the Job Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...If the operation is the last operation and the parameter Allow users to receive item into stock is set, the Location and Lot fields (for lot-tracked items) will be mandatory.


Perform Labor Reporting – Start Task

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...If the parameter Allow employee to run multiple job order is not set, the employee can only perform one task at a time.

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Labor Reporting.

2. Scan or select the Employee ID who start the task.

3. Select the task to start from the Job Type dropdown.

4. Click the Next button.

5. Depends on the Job Type to start, user may refer to PERFORM START INDIRECT TASK, PERFORM START JOB SETUP, and PERFORM START JOB RUN above.


Perform Labor Reporting – End Task

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Labor Reporting.

2. Scan or select the Employee ID who end the task.

3. Depends on the Job Type to end, user may refer to PERFORM END INDIRECT TASK, PERFORM END JOB SETUP, and PERFORM END JOB RUN above.


Machine Run

The Machine Run forms allow user to record the tasks that performed by the machine. 

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...Same machine cannot run for same job order and operation at the same time.  


There are two tasks which are:

MACHINE RUN TYPEDESCRIPTION

Machine Run

This transaction allows the user to capture the total machine hours per operation in each job order, as well as the items completed, scrapped and moved to the next operation.

Downtime

This transaction allows the user to capture machine downtimes.


Example:-

Planned downtime – Setup, Maintenance; 

Unplanned downtime – No Job, Machine Fault



Perform multiple job operations simultaneously

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Perform Start Machine Run

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Start Machine Run.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform machine run (if the warehouse field is enabled). 

3. Scan or select the Machine ID to start run.

4. Scan or select the Employee ID who start the machine run. 

5. Click the Process button. 

6. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number to start machine run.

7. Scan or select the Operation number to start machine run.

8. Click the Start button to start the machine run.

9. Click the Start and Add button to start the machine run and add next job operation.

10. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

Perform End Machine Run

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select End Machine Run.


2. Select the Warehouse to perform machine run (if the warehouse field is enabled).

3. Scan or select the Machine ID to stop machine run.

4. Click the Process button.

5. From the End Machine Run List, select the job run task to end. 

6. Scan or select the Employee ID who stop the machine run.

6. Key in the Quantity to Complete from the job run.

7. Key in the Quantity to Move of the completed quantity to the next operation.

8. Optionally, key in Quantity to Scrap if there is any. User must select Reason Code for the scrap.

9. Click on the Add button if there are multiple scrap reasons.

10. Optionally, user can choose to Complete Operation. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Machine Run Hours)

11. Optionally, user can choose to Close Job which will close the job order. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Machine Run Hours) 

12. Scan or select the Location where the completed items move to if it is the last operation. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Machine Run Hours) 

13. Scan or select the Lot Number if is lot tracked item.

14. Click the Stop button.

15. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

16. User can review the output of the process in the Machine Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...

If the operation is the last operation and the parameter Allow users to receive item into stock is set, the Location and Lot fields (for lot-tracked items) will be mandatory.


Perform Start Downtime

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Start Machine Downtime.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform machine run (if the warehouse field is enabled).

3. Scan or select the Machine ID to start downtime.

4. Scan or select the Employee ID who perform the start downtime.

5. Click the Process button.

6. A success message appears upon successful transaction.


Perform End Downtime

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select End Machine Downtime.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform machine run (if the warehouse field is enabled). 

3. Scan or select the Machine ID to stop downtime.

4. Scan or select the Employee ID who perform the stop downtime.

5. Scan or select the Reason Code for the downtime.

6. Click the Process button.

7. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

8. User can review the output of the process in the Machine Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.


Perform a job operation at a time

Perform Machine Run – Start Machine Run

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...If the parameter Allow machine to run multiple job orders is not set, the machine can only perform one job at a time.

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Machine Run.

2. Scan or select the Machine ID to start run.

3. Select Start Machine Run from the Type dropdown.

4. Click the Process button.

5. Select the Warehouse to perform machine run (if the warehouse field is enabled).

6. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number to start machine run.

7. Scan or select the Operation number to start machine run.

8. Scan or select the Employee ID who start the machine run.

9. Click the Start button.

10. A success message appears upon successful transaction.


Perform Machine Run – Stop Machine Run

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1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Machine Run.

2. Scan or select the Machine ID to stop machine run.

3. Select Stop Machine Run from the Type dropdown.

4. Click the Process button.

5. Scan or select the Employee ID who stop the machine run.

6. Key in the Quantity to Complete from the job run.

7. Key in the Quantity to Move of the completed quantity to the next operation.

8. Optionally, key in Quantity to Scrap if there is any. User must select Reason Code for the scrap.

9. Click on the Add button if there are multiple scrap reasons.

10. Optionally, user can choose to Complete Operation. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Machine Run Hours)

11. Optionally, user can choose to Close Job which will close the job order. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Machine Run Hours) 

12. Scan or select the Location where the completed items move to if it is the last operation. (Refer to Transaction Parameters settings for Machine Run Hours) 

13. Scan or select the Lot Number if is lot tracked item.

14. Click the Stop button.

15. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

16. User can review the output of the process in the Machine Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...If the operation is the last operation and the parameter Allow users to receive item into stock is set, the Location and Lot fields (for lot-tracked items) will be mandatory.


Perform Machine Run – Start Downtime

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Machine Run.

2. Scan or select the Machine ID to start downtime.

3. Select Start Downtime from the Type dropdown.

4. Scan or select the Employee ID who perform the start downtime.

5. Click the Process button.

6. A success message appears upon successful transaction.


Perform Machine Run – Stop Downtime

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Machine Run.

2. Scan or select the Machine ID to stop downtime.

3. Select Stop Downtime from the Type dropdown.

4. Scan or select the Employee ID who perform the stop downtime.

5. Scan or select the Reason Code for the downtime.

6. Click the Process button.

7. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

8. User can review the output of the process in the Machine Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.


WIP Move

WIP Move form allows user to move the job between operations without recording labor or machine run.

Perform WIP Move

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select WIP Move.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform job run (if the warehouse field is enabled).

3. Scan or select the Employee ID who perform the WIP move.

4. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number to move.

5. Scan or select the Operation number to move.

6. Key in the Quantity to Complete from the operation.

7. Key in the Quantity to Move of the completed quantity to the next operation.

8. Optionally, key in Quantity to Scrap if there is any. User must select Reason Code for the scrap.

9. Click on the Add button if there are multiple scrap reasons.

10. Click the Process button.

11. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

12. User can review the output of the process in the Material Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.

Remember icon Stock Vectors, Royalty Free Remember icon ...If the operation is the last operation and the parameter Allow users to receive item into stock is set, the Location and Lot fields (for lot-tracked items) will be mandatory.


Job Receipt

The Job Receipt form allows user to receive the finished goods or job items from the production floor into the warehouse.

Perform Job Receipt

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Job Receipt.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform job run (if the warehouse field is enabled).

3. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number to receive.

4. Scan or select the Location to receive the job items.

5. Scan or select the Lot Number if is lot tracked item.

6. Key in the Quantity to Receive from the job into the warehouse location.

7. Optionally, scan or enter the Document number if got any.

8. Scan or select the LPN to receive the job items into existing pallet. 

9. Click the Process button.

10. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

11. Complete the Print Barcode Label form.

12. Click the Print button to generate the labels. To learn more, refer to PERFORM PRINT JOB RECEIPT LABEL.

12. User can review the output of the process in the Material Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.


Job Return

The Job Return form allows user to return the finished goods from the warehouse location back to the job operation for rework.

Perform Job Return

1. Select the WIP tab from the menu then select Job Return.

2. Select the Warehouse to perform job run (if the warehouse field is enabled).

3. Scan or select the Item that need to return to production.

4. Scan or select the From Location of the item.

5. Scan or select the Lot Number if is lot tracked item.

6. Scan or select the Job Order and Suffix number where the item return to.

7. Key in the Quantity to Return from the warehouse location back to job.

8. Scan or select the Reason Code of the job return.

9. Click the Process button.

10. A success message appears upon successful transaction.

11. User can review the output of the process in the Material Transactions form under the History tab in the Web application.