Monday, March 3, 2014

Handling Job Works in RetailGraph

RetailGraph Handles Job Work (Issue & Receive Material and Finished Goods)

We all are familiar with RetailGraph's capabilities of handling single and multi store formats. As a Retail Management System RetailGraph offer retailers a complete POS solution for managing Inventory, Accounts, Reports, Promotion, and CRM etc.

 It is equally suitable for Distribution, Wholesale business and works on Windows, Web and Android. But there is some thing more which it is capable of, this feature is of Job Works Handling.

Let us understand a little more about "Job Work" and where it is used 

A work order or job order (sometimes job ticket or work ticket, as it often has some type of ticket attached) is an order received by an organization from a customer or client, or an order created internally within the organization. A work order may be for products or services

A job order is an internal document extensively used by projects-based, manufacturing, building and fabrication businesses. A job order may be for products and/or services. In a manufacturing environment, a job order is used to signal the start of a manufacturing process and will most probably be linked to a bill of material. Hence, the job order will probably state:
  • the quantity of the product to be manufactured, built or fabricated
  • the amount of raw material to be used, its price and amount
  • the types of labor required, rate (per hour or per unit) and amount
  • the machine utilization for each machine during the routing process, its rate and amount
RetailGraph is proud to associate itself with No.1 knitwear brand in India, covering the entire range of knitted garments from inner wear to casual wear. 

With the capacity to produce over 700,000 pieces of finished goods made from the finest yarns which were sourced from across the globe. Its State of the art technology for dyeing and bleaching to maintain quality and minimize carbon foot prints.

In the below mentioned images we will be explaining the processes which were being followed in the manufacturing unit.

First is the issue of purchase order and purchase invoice.

  • Purchase Order is being raised in the software by Purchases Department.
  • Receipt of Raw Material at Plant Gate.
  • Security Check and Gate Entry 
  • Raw Material and Documents shared with Purchase Manager for checking purpose.
  • Documents received by Accounts for making purchase invoice and taking Raw Material into stores stock.


The above process describes the issues of material from one location to another location and receiving of material from one location to other.

The above process can be described in RetailGraph as follows.



This way RetailGraph handles the issue of material from one location ( Dept.) to another  and receiving semi-furnished and furnished material from other locations (Dept.)

Hope you have liked the blog and have understood how it handles the job works.

Please share your comments.

RetailGraph Team

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