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All Orders by NumberCruncher Murray White
Who is NumberCruncher? NumberCruncher.com, Inc, a QuickBook Gold Developer The leading provider of inventory and order management software for the QuickBooks community. Since inception in 1999 and the first to invest in the QuickBooks SDK (software development kit) from Intuit, Providing innovative, scalable, and cost effective solutions that solve real world business issues, resulting in total customer satisfaction, increased profitability and competitive advantage.
What industries does NumberCruncher serve? NumberCruncher solutions are used by small to medium sized businesses that distribute, manufacture, assemble or just manage inventory including: ComputerGarments Instrumentation/Tools AutomotiveFurnitureElectrical Chemicals/MixingBuilding Products Pharmaceutical Food & BeverageCommunicationsIndustrial machinery
What is All Orders? All Orders is software that integrates a companys order entry, shipping, purchasing, receiving, production and warehouse management with QuickBooks. Companies can continue to use QuickBooks for accounting, accounts receivables, accounts payable, cash management while All Orders is used for business operations.
Why would a company using QuickBooks consider All Orders? Businesses that are product intensive, like manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers find QuickBooks inventory and order tracking weak. Examples are: No location tracking. So you cannot ship, receive or transfer in multiple warehouses No lot or serial # tracking. You would need either create a new item for each lot/serial # or put the lot/serial # in memo sections of an invoice which you cannot search on. No MRP (Material Resource Planning) the ability to determine the quantity of products to be purchased
Why would a company using QuickBooks consider All Orders? (continued) Weak back order tracking, the inability to provide a report of sales orders that are back-order All or nothing Assembly. You cannot put an assembly in production, you either build it or you dont there is no middle ground like gradually allocating parts towards a work order. No work in progress tracking Average cost used for inventory valuation No bar coding or labeling QuickBooks is really for cash management-payables and receivables-thats it!
Why would a company using QuickBooks consider All Orders? (continued) All Orders contains many of the features that you would find in a system costing $20,000 USD and up. We sync with QBs items either in real time or batch. Batch meaning you can set the software to sync when you want. Very easy to use/short learning curve Customization-our reports are easier to customize and DO NOT require additional software
What are the features of All Orders? Items Kitting Bill of materials Configurations Multiple vendors per items 30 custom fields Customer items Item images (printable on sales orders!)
What are the features of All Orders? Inventory Control Location and bin tracking Lot and serial # control Bar coding printing and scanning Cycle counts Customer consignment control
What are the features of All Orders? Order Entry Line item discounts, markup and margin calculation Drop ship Purchase order linking Work order linking Multiple customer ship to addresses on the same sales order Multiple ship or release dates on the same sales order Option to force approvals Credit check warning
What are the features of All Orders? Order Entry Option to force shipping costs Options to force unique purchase orders by customer Option to ship complete Ability to receive payments on sales orders Multi – currency US sales tax, GST or VAT calculations Import orders from your web site * * - additional cost may apply
What are the features of All Orders? Shipping Pro-forma pick lists Batch generate from sales orders UPS and FedEx Integration
What are the features of All Orders? Purchasing Supports release dates (i.e. blanket orders) Multiple vendors and vendor part numbers Batch creation if purchase orders Sales order and work order linking Drop shipping Multi-currency
What are the features of All Orders? Receiving In transit tracking Bar code printing and scanning Landed cost calculations
What are the features of All Orders? Production Flexible work orders Multiple steps or routing Time tracking
What are the features of All Orders? Related Products and services All Orders Mobile All Orders Web Customization Training and implementation
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