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Our work order module allows you to keep track of the progress of work orders both inside and outside your organization – these can related to properties, spaces and inventory. Work orders can be carried out within a contractual framework, and a team of individuals can be assigned to a work order in order to manage those work orders, e.g. a work order manager and a contractor. With our module you can even create different work order categories, each with its own workflow. The module can be adapted for each user group by configuring the access privileges to field and functionalities. You can also specify any original procedures for the changing and creating of data using the workflow module. Any functionalities specific to your organization can be added on request.

Key Features:

Up-to-date Information: The status of the work order is easily accessible online to each participant in the work order process. The information is no longer saved spread across spreadsheets, emails and paper documents. Both requesting party, the contractor and the supplier have access the work orders. This is how supply chain integration can be easily achieved.

Contracts: Work orders can be generated within the framework of a contract. Checks can also be carried out to ensure that the execution met the contractual requirements.

Inventory: The work order module is entirely integrated with the inventory management module. If resources are used for a work order, stock is appropriately adapted. It may even arise that Axxerion can automatically begin generating purchase orders if stock comes under a fixed minimum level. Work orders for properties can, for example, be filled based on the results of a multiyear maintenance plan.

Quotations: Quotations can be generated within the framework of the work order, with the allocated resources and hours / manpower required.

Costs: The projected costs of a work order can be at any time be compared to the real costs. In addition, the projected hours can be compared to the real hours.

Documentation: Documents can be saved and attached to a work order, e.g. a schematic can be added to illustrate to results of the project.

Comment: Comments can be added at various stages of the workflow. Comments are tracked per person and by date, allowing for a complete timeline of the work order.