User Maintenance, Control, and Security

  1. Admin can create and maintain users throughout the system.
  2. Admin can define access rights for each user, specifying permissions to different modules and functionalities.
  3. Control over user default access to the web or mobile version of the application.
  4. Admin can assign default warehouses to users.
  5. Admin can manage the account status of users, allowing or blocking access to the system.
  6. System auto-locks a user account after three consecutive failed login attempts.
  7. Admin can create user groups for efficient user management.

Site Settings

  1. Site owner can manage site information, time zone, and input/display date formats.
  2. Ability to upload the company logo in site settings, displayed in report headers.

Transaction Parameters Settings

  1. Admins can define default behaviors and controls for various transaction types, ensuring streamlined processes. Examples include:
    1. Warehouse Selection Permissions: Control over permissions related to warehouse selection during transaction processes.
    2. Employee Job Order Permissions: Permissions to manage and control employees' ability to handle multiple job orders simultaneously.
    3. Over Issuance/Receipt Permissions: Granular control over permissions, addressing situations such as over-issuance or over-receipt.
  2. The system allows for the configuration of other transaction-related parameters, ensuring adaptability to specific operational needs. For instance:
    1. Configurable permissions for different transaction types.
    2. Definition of default settings that align with organizational workflows.
    3. Fine-tuning of controls to match the intricacies of each transaction type.
  3. These settings empower administrators to tailor the system to the unique requirements of their business processes, providing flexibility and control over critical aspects of site management and transaction workflows.

 Custom Fields

  1. Axacute's Custom Fields feature allows administrators to seamlessly incorporate additional reference fields throughout the system. These reference fields serve as flexible placeholders without associated logic, providing a customizable framework for enhanced data reference. Key attributes of this feature include:
  2. Field Types:
    1. Text Field: Supports short textual information for reference purposes.
    2. Long Text Field: Offers space for more extensive textual entries as reference content.
    3. Numeric Field: Allows the inclusion of numerical data for reference, without the need for associated logic.
    4. List Field (Dropdown): Provides a convenient dropdown list for users to select predefined options, aiding in categorization or referencing.
  3. Flexible Configuration:
    1. These reference fields are designed for simplicity, without underlying logic, serving as blank canvases for storing information without intricate processing requirements.
    2. Administrators can freely add and manage these fields across various forms, adapting the system to specific informational needs.
  4. User-Defined Criteria:
    1. While devoid of embedded logic, administrators can set criteria for these reference fields, such as defining the maximum character limit for text and long text fields, compulsory field, editable field.
    2. Numeric fields can have the decimal places specified, ensuring consistency in data representation.

Connected Apps 

  1. Provides an overview of external applications or services integrated with Axacute.
  2. Allows users to manage connected apps, granting or revoking access as needed.
  3. Essential review of permissions granted to each connected app for data security and privacy.

Number Definition

  1. Users can define order number formats for different order types (e.g., purchase order, customer order).
  2. System auto-generates numbers based on defined formats when creating new records.
  3. Similar functionality for Lot and License Plate Numbers.


  1. General Dashboard: Provides comprehensive information on order status, shortages in customer orders, outstanding purchase order items, lot items near expiry, and items below reorder level.
  2. Production Insights: Includes job order status, current running machines, downtime, and details on the last five scrapped items.