A Bill of Materials (BOM) lists the raw goods needed to create a finished product. These materials may require manufacturing, combining, building, or repairing to make the finished good. Ordoro’s Manufacturing workflow helps manage your inventory by creating BOMs and issuing Manufacturing Orders (MOs) to produce sellable items. Additionally, you can create component products in […]
What is the difference between Kitting and Bill of Materials?
In Ordoro, a product can be either a kit or a Bill of Materials. What are these and how are they different? Kitting definition Ordoro’s Kitting logic calculates how many kits/bundles you can create on the fly. Our Kitting code looks at the component’s available quantities and determines how many you could build in the […]
How can I create a Bill of Materials (BOM)?
To learn what the Bill of Materials is, see this help article. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to create a Bill of Materials (BOM). To start, your component and finished good SKUs must exist in Ordoro. If you need to create these products manually, see here for details on how to do this. How […]
How do I use Manufacturing Orders (MO)?
The Manufacturing Order (MO) records what needs to be made and what has been made. MOs work with our Bill of Materials. To learn what the Bill of Materials is, see this help article. To start, you must have created a Bill of Materials (BOM) in Ordoro. If you need to create a BOM, see […]