Vantage BOO Timing

Dale,
 But without the BOM, there will be no part detail for the buyers to bring in
for future build. I don't understand why Epicor didn't use the leadtime on the
part for the assembly as the setback time for build. Then leave the BOO details
to the moment when the assembly is to hit the production floor. Sorry, ranting
:)

Thanks,




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From: Dale Schuerman <dale.schuerman@...>
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thu, February 3, 2011 12:13:06 PM
Subject: RE: [Vantage] Vantage BOO Timing

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One option is when the Job is created from the Sales Order using "Order Job
Wizard" do not click the :
"Get Details" box
"Scheduling Job" box
"Release Job" box

This will create a job without the BOO/BOM.

Get Details/Scheduling and Release can be at a later time.

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From: vantage@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Karl Dash
Sent: Thu 2/3/2011 2:06 PM
To: Vantage Group
Subject: [Vantage] Vantage BOO Timing

Ours is primarily a make-to-order shop on progress Vantage 803.408. We generate
a sales order and job with every customer request. Consequently the 'get
details' retieves both the materials (BOM) and operations (BOO) at sales order
generation time. The QC manager finds this too restrictive because multiple jobs

for the same assembly may be in the schedule but based on corrections/ECO
changes, etc we need to update all unreleased orders. He would prefer the timing

for the BOO to be at the time of job release to the floor and keeping the
Engineering Workbench updated with all ongoing changes. Who else has confronted
this problem and what was your resolution?

Thanks,
-Karl

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Ours is primarily a make-to-order shop on progress Vantage 803.408. We generate
a sales order and job with every customer request. Consequently the 'get
details' retieves both the materials (BOM) and operations (BOO) at sales order
generation time. The QC manager finds this too restrictive because multiple jobs
for the same assembly may be in the schedule but based on corrections/ECO
changes, etc we need to update all unreleased orders. He would prefer the timing
for the BOO to be at the time of job release to the floor and keeping the
Engineering Workbench updated with all ongoing changes. Who else has confronted
this problem and what was your resolution?

Thanks,
-Karl




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One option is when the Job is created from the Sales Order using "Order Job Wizard" do not click the :
"Get Details" box
"Scheduling Job" box
"Release Job" box

This will create a job without the BOO/BOM.

Get Details/Scheduling and Release can be at a later time.

________________________________

From: vantage@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Karl Dash
Sent: Thu 2/3/2011 2:06 PM
To: Vantage Group
Subject: [Vantage] Vantage BOO Timing




Ours is primarily a make-to-order shop on progress Vantage 803.408. We generate
a sales order and job with every customer request. Consequently the 'get
details' retieves both the materials (BOM) and operations (BOO) at sales order
generation time. The QC manager finds this too restrictive because multiple jobs
for the same assembly may be in the schedule but based on corrections/ECO
changes, etc we need to update all unreleased orders. He would prefer the timing
for the BOO to be at the time of job release to the floor and keeping the
Engineering Workbench updated with all ongoing changes. Who else has confronted
this problem and what was your resolution?

Thanks,
-Karl

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