Correcting the process is the right way to go.Â Adding a trigger for an alert adds an additional non-value-add step (time and effort).Â Better to have the system steps mirror the physical steps.Â I usually start with mapping the process with the folks doing the work, fix the process on paper, then determine the system steps and test.Â Takes some work upfront, but pays off (streamlined workflow, more standard system, easier upgrades, etc.)Â If you want more details, let me know and we can connect off-line.
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Subject: [Vantage] Job Entry best practice
I am at a new company and don't believe they are using best practice for changes to materials on Jobs. They are actually modifying and existing material for the new one. So when they have to revert the change back to return material. I am not sure why they are doing this. but I would think you would just add new material and then take care of the old. The biggest problem is they are adding new material and other has been issued. They are not paying attention that it has been issued. They want a trigger so when they change the material part it will tell them it was issued. I am sure it can be done but i would rather their process taken care of.