SAGE 100 TRAINING
(Formerly MAS 90 & MAS 200)

Manufacturing Applications Training
Sage 100 ERP Work Order

Accurate Materials Tracking For Greater Cost Efficiency

Take control of your manufacturing with a full understanding of Sage 100 manufacturing application capabilities and the ability to accurately track the entire process through routings, scheduling and more. You will learn all the steps necessary to set up Work Order, enter, process and release a work order, and generate and analyze reports.

This class is ideal for

Sage 100 ERP users wanting to improve their skills with Work Order processing

Topics Included

  • Understand the features and functions of the Work Order application
  • Enter work orders and work order templates
  • Release a work order to production
  • Post transactions against work orders
  • Complete and close work orders
  • Assist the production staff with various reports, forms and inquiry options

Advance Preparation:

None

Pre-requisites:

Successful completion of a Sage 100 ERP Inventory Management for Manufacturing training class or equivalent knowledge

Course level:

Basic

Tuition:

$995.00 + $125 (plus tax and shipping) for training guide

CPE Credits:

7.5.
Learn more about CPE credits.

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