End the Nightmare of Work Order Closing



Digging deep into the reasons for variances can be a time-consuming task for your accounting staff—even more so when done AFTER closing work orders. In this webinar where we demonstrate that it can be easier than you think to identify, verify and minimize production variances in QAD. Olena Stepovyk will show you how you can …

      •   Download completed work orders details from QAD to a fully-functional Excel worksheet
      •   Review and verify cost variances and close work orders
      •   Simplify your process and quickly weed out the invalid variances before you close!
      •   And, more!

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Questions from the webinar

Can this tool be used in report only mode—without allowing work order closing?
What effect does this tool have if the field “Post variances at SFC” in 36.9.11 Work Order Accounting Control is set to “YES?”
Is this a finance function or production function?
We run 16.21 every night in batch. To use this tool, would we have to take that out of batch and have a planner or cost accountant process the work orders?
Can this be used to re-open work orders or can you reopen a work order with this function if you see that not all the components have been issued?
When you say it will be ready for trial, does that mean the Excel add-in will be available as demo?
Will this work with backflushing if there are changes in componeent quantities even though you don’t open/close a work order
Is this available for SE2008?



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