Job Split vs Receipts from MFG

You don't have to set-up another job for the secondary customer. Just link the sales order to the existing job for the primary customer. You can easily do this in Job Entry once the secondary/tertiary customer sales order is in the system. Note that by doing this, the total job qty will increase. You can decide whether to decrease the original customer's linked qty to maintain the original job qty or re-issue the job with the new total.
HTH,
Gil Amilbangsa
Australian Healthcare Equipment - Murphy Furniture
gil.amilbangsa@...



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From: Kelly Wendorff [mailto:kelly.wendorff@...]
Sent: Friday, 28 March 2003 2:57 AM
To: 'vantage@yahoogroups.com'
Subject: [Vantage] Job Split vs Receipts from MFG.



We manufacture a standard part for a customer (primary) that we occasionally
will ship to one or two additional (secondary) customers. The estimator
will always set up the order under the primary customer and will steal the
parts from that order to ship to the secondary customer.

Which method should I use to move the cost of the "stolen parts" over to a
new job (where the invoice is hitting)? I looked at Receipts from MFG.,
which moves the costs over to the new job, but does not relieve the costs
from the original job. I am looking into Job Split but I am not sure if I
can invoice the new job (sales order is tied to primary customer).

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Kelly Wendorff


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We manufacture a standard part for a customer (primary) that we occasionally
will ship to one or two additional (secondary) customers. The estimator
will always set up the order under the primary customer and will steal the
parts from that order to ship to the secondary customer.

Which method should I use to move the cost of the "stolen parts" over to a
new job (where the invoice is hitting)? I looked at Receipts from MFG.,
which moves the costs over to the new job, but does not relieve the costs
from the original job. I am looking into Job Split but I am not sure if I
can invoice the new job (sales order is tied to primary customer).

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Kelly Wendorff
If you use receipt from manu. to jobs it moves the cost from one job to the other... Unless I am misunderstanding your problem

Kelly Wendorff <kelly.wendorff@...> wrote:We manufacture a standard part for a customer (primary) that we occasionally
will ship to one or two additional (secondary) customers. The estimator
will always set up the order under the primary customer and will steal the
parts from that order to ship to the secondary customer.

Which method should I use to move the cost of the "stolen parts" over to a
new job (where the invoice is hitting)? I looked at Receipts from MFG.,
which moves the costs over to the new job, but does not relieve the costs
from the original job. I am looking into Job Split but I am not sure if I
can invoice the new job (sales order is tied to primary customer).

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Kelly Wendorff



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If I understand your issues correctly, I would handle it in the following
way: Once you determine where the parts are actually shipping/billing,
change the sales order for the primary customer to reflect the correct
amount for that customer. Then set-up a new sales order for the secondary
customer. Update the job links for the link to the primary customer to
reference the correct qty for that customer order and link the new secondary
customer order to the same job. Then, just ship based on SO# from the same
job.



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