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The core logic of the MARS Module is an algorithm driven by customer orders, invoices, quotes and back orders within the Sales Order Processing (SOP) Module:

  1. MARS extracts the quantity ordered and requested ship date for each finished part or product, and time phases that information into user-defined intervals of days, weeks, months, etc.. The requested ship date is used to derive a production start date. MARS computes the production start date as follows:

    production start date = requested ship date - production lead time - ship lead time per finished good item number - ship lead time per customer address location

  2. It then explodes through each finished good’s bill-of-material to derive gross purchase or assembly requirements for the raw material and components that make up the finished good (finished part or product).

  3. MARS then checks the quantity-on-hand and open purchase orders of the respective raw material and components. Net Requirements are computed from requirements that exceed the sum of the quantity-on-hand and projected purchase receipts.

Unlike other MRP reporting applications, there is very little setup. You will have MARS up and running in minutes.

And MARS works. To quote one customer, “Resource planning and scheduling was extermely tedious prior to MARS. With automatic PO generation and 10 weeks out planning, we’ve reduced a full time office job to five hours a week, with fewer errors!” - Tim Doelman, Manager, HRP Manufacturing, Boise, Idaho.

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The following third-party software products are designed to work in conjunction with MARS MRP for QuickBooks:

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