Fishbowl’s Manufacturing Option is a powerful inventory management solution for manufacturers. It allows you to do many things, three of which I’ll cover in this blog post:
- Create single- and multi-level work orders
- Track thousands of items and their accompanying costs
- Plan ahead for supply and demand changes
Whether you’re doing a simple assembly job or you’re disassembling, repairing or building products in several stages, Fishbowl’s Manufacturing Option makes it easier. With it, you can instantly generate bills of materials for a variety of tasks and also use one-step and multi-step work orders to get any job done fast.
Tracking Parts and Costs
Make sure nothing slips through the cracks. Fishbowl’s Manufacturing Option helps you record every nut and bolt that goes into your products. It also adds up the total cost of everything that goes into your products, including raw materials, labor, and more. This is really useful when it comes to accurately pricing products and seeing which ones are the most profitable.
To stay on top of your business, you need to always be planning ahead. This means making sure you have enough raw materials on hand to keep your manufacturing lines running smoothly and anticipating changes in demand that will affect your production schedule.
Fishbowl’s Manufacturing Option is up to the challenge, helping you rise above the clutter and get a long-term perspective on your operations. Fishbowl tracks your product sales, orders, and much more going back for years. With all that data, it can warn you about seasonal fluctuations in demand and help you avoid costly shortages or overstocks.
Learn more about Fishbowl’s Manufacturing Option and see how it can help your business.
Robert Lockard is a copywriter with Fishbowl. He writes for several blogs about inventory management, manufacturing, QuickBooks, and small business. Fishbowl is the #1-requested manufacturing and warehouse management software for QuickBooks users. Robert enjoys running, reading, writing, spending time with his wife and children, and watching movies.