BatchMaster Manufacturing for Sage 100 & 300

BatchMaster ERP and Sage 100 & 300

Add process manufacturing to your financials

BatchMaster Manufacturing for Sage is a set of best in class process manufacturing modules that are integrated to Sage 100 & 300. This manufacturing solution streamlines and offers full visibility across your Sample, Lab, Formulation, Production, Costing, Quality, Compliance, Planning and Scheduling processes. In addition, many of your inventory, manufacturing and distribution processes can be executed via BatchMaster Mobile transactions..

BatchMaster Manufacturing At a Glance

Formula based manufacturing software embedded within SAP Business One.

BatchMaster MFG

  • Lab & Formulation
  • Packaging Bill of Materials
  • Sample Management
  • Batch Production
  • Quality Control & Assurance
  • Product Costing
  • Traceability & Compliance
  • Master Production Scheduling
  • Material Requirements Planning
  • Mobile Warehousing

Sage 100 & 300 Financials

  • Accounts Receivable
  • Accounts Payable
  • General Ledger

What Our Customers Say

“At the end of our ERP evaluation, we decided to partner with a technology company that offered us an off the shelf product that is formula centric, could easily meet our unique requirements, and give us the best ROI with minimal risk.”

Cardinal Paints

“BatchMaster Manufacturing for Sage tracks all QC detail from inventory receipt through finished goods production. And when the FDA conducts an audit, BatchMaster lets us demonstrate all the details of inventory and production QC history.”

Westwood Laboratories

Process manufacturing modules integrated to Sage 100 & 300

A pre-configured industry solution with inbuilt best practices and time-saving features.

Lab & Formulation

  • Intermediate, co-product and by-product management
  • USDA and Genesis database
  • Target property analysis
  • Material and labor costs
  • Approval workflows
  • Version control and audit history

More on Formulation

Packaging BOMs

  • Multilevel assembly and container BOM management
  • Material and labor costs
  • Approval workflows
  • Version control and audit history

More on Packaging BOM

Sample Management

  • Business communications management
  • Document management
  • USDA and Genesis database
  • Target property analysis
  • Approval workflows
  • Stage progression
  • Version control and audit history

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Batch Production

  • Inventory reservations
  • Inventory where used and shortage reporting
  • Production line & equipment assignments
  • Order consolidation
  • Batch job linking
  • Production scheduling
  • Batch ticket management
  • Inventory management (consumption, remaining balances)

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Inventory Management

  • Inventory variable characteristics and certifications
  • Simultaneous dual units of measure reporting
  • Inventory balances and where used reporting
  • Inventory reservation
  • Lot controlled inventory (e.g. auto lot number assignments)

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Quality Control

  • QC tests and library (e.g. inspection, stability)
  • Special instructions (library vs adhoc)
  • QC test data capture
  • Special instruction acknowledgements
  • Sub standard inventory disposition
  • Customized COA reports

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Cost Management

  • Raw material costing methods in formulation
  • Fixed, tiered and variable labor costing in formulation
  • Consumable costing in formulation
  • What if cost analysis in formulation
  • Actual cost data collection
  • Expected vs actuals analysis

More On Costing

Traceability & Compliance

  • FDA and GHS compliant report and label generation
  • Bidirectional traceability reports
  • Recall reports
  • Audit history reports

More on Compliance

Master Production Scheduling

  • Planning horizons, calendars and other operating parameters
  • Vendor delivery, order forecasts and planned production visibility
  • Customer order prioritization
  • Demand consolidation
  • Batch order generation (e.g. synchronized and linked batch jobs)

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Material Requirements Planning

  • Planning horizons, calendars and other operating parameters
  • Vendor delivery, order forecasts and planned production visibility
  • Customer order prioritization
  • Demand consolidation
  • Procurement (e.g. synchronized purchase orders)

More on Planning

Mobile Warehousing

  • Inbound receiving and putaway tasks
  • Batch production functions and WIP inventory movements
  • QC tests and special instruction tasks
  • Outbound pick, pack and ship tasks
  • Inventory adjustments, cycle counts and warehouse transfers

More on Mobile Warehousing

Documents

Videos

System Overview for Food

System Overview for Food

Discover a few key food related features employed in product development, production, quality, costing, compliance, planning and scheduling.

System Overview for Chemicals

BatchMaster Manufacturing for Sage

Discover a few key chemical related features employed in product development, production, quality, costing, compliance, planning and scheduling.

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