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A bill of materials (BOM) is like a recipe, and indicates which components and their quantities go into the production of a finished item. Set up the BOMs in All Orders once and use them repeatedly on work orders with extensive flexibility and control: Change the components on a work order without affecting the original BOM.

  • One component can go on multiple BOMs and you can indicate special instructions for each component of a bill of materials without affecting the items’ original description.
  • A bill of materials can have an unlimited number of components.
  • Sub-assemblies can be nested in an item with full cost roll-up. So an item with a BOM can be a component in another item’s BOM which can be a component in another BOM, and so on.
  • You can add non-inventory and service items in BOMs. This is a great way to cost and track processes such as machining and costs such as labor and overhead.

Other Applications

The following applications are designed to work hand-in-hand with Bill of Materials:

"Bill of Materials" is part of the All Orders line of products, developed by NumberCruncher.