Create production processes in Inventory that convert raw materials into finished goods, where the raw materials are Items that are converted into other Items. For the process, you can also add Overhead (e.g. Electricity or Labor) to factor into the costs for the production process. Manage and view Productions from Inventory>Productions.


Add Production

Production Fields

  • Reference - Short description for this Production run.
  • Warehouse - Warehouse used for the Production. All Stock adjustments will be created here.
  • Start Date - Time that the Production is started.

Raw Materials

Note: At least one raw material line is required. These are the materials used to create the finished good.

  • Item - Raw material item used.
  • Date - Date item was added to Production. This will be the date used for the negative Stock adjustment. In order for cost basis to complete there needs to be existing materials in Stock. This date cannot be in the future, or before the production start date.
  • Quantity - Amount of the item used.

Finished Good

Note: This is the Item that is created as a result of the Production. One Production can only create one type of Item, however it may create more than one of that type.

  • Item - Type of Item that will be created.
  • Quantity - Amount of the Item that will be created.


Note: No Overhead lines are required.

  • Type - Overhead type used.
  • Description - Short description of this Overhead.
  • Currency - Currency used for the Overhead cost.
  • Quantity - Number of this Overhead used.
  • Cost - Cost per Overhead, in 'currency'.

Productions Individual Actions

  • Complete - Mark the Production as complete. Date selected will be used as the end date of this Production. This date will be used for the finished good Stock adjustment and the completed Production Journal Entry.
  • Delete - You may delete an uncompleted production with no WIP Journals.


Productions Table Actions

  • Filters - Filter what appears in the table based on one or more fields available in the table.
  • Saved Views - You can create a set of filters that you would like to save to be able to quickly filter a table.
  • Column Selector - Hide and reveal extra columns and the number of rows visible in the table per page.
  • Export - Table data can be exported using the export button at the top of the table.