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BatchMaster ERP with SAP Business One

An Industry Specific Enterprise Solution for
Formula-Based Manufacturers

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BatchMaster ERP with SAP Business One

(BatchMaster ERP B1) is an innovative solution built upon the SAP Business One platform, designed to meet the needs of emerging and growing formula-based manufacturers and distributors. This enterprise solution offers an enhanced user interface and advanced process manufacturing capabilities that will accelerate your key business processes, thanks to embedded BatchMaster functionality. It will help ensure your compliance with changing customer demands and ever-evolving regulatory mandates, including FDA and GHSI requirements With access to real-time, accurate process manufacturing data, you can drill down into the granular details of your “order to cash” and “procure to pay” processes in order to make more informed business decisions.

BatchMaster ERP B1 is exclusively offered by BatchMaster Software in a private cloud or as an on-premise solution. Ancillary software products, including EDI and field customization tools, are available through BatchMaster Software. And as a SAP Business One OEM Partner, BatchMaster Software ensures the solution keeps in synch with technology advances in future SAP Business One releases.

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Features

BatchMaster ERP B1 manages the complex processes involved in the production of intermediates and finished goods, including co-products and by-products, in a pure process or hybrid manufacturing environment. Take advantage of SAP’s best-in-class reporting and business analytics across all facets of your business, including these key business processes:

Product Development:

Dynamically adjust formulas during both product development and production to meet specified target physical or nutritional characteristics.

Batch Production:

Create and schedule the optimal number of batch jobs required for a product formula and its multiple packaging configurations, based upon the aggregate demand for the given product.

Costing:

Roll up existing and theoretical product costs, as well as fixed, tiered and scalable costs to formulas, intermediates and finished goods during product development.

Quality:

From vendor inspection plans to formula and finished good QC testing, establish a comprehensive QA program that ensures the delivery of quality products to your customers.

Compliance:

Keep compliant with industry specific and federal regulations, in terms of labeling, lot traceability reports, transactional audit reports and shipping documentation.

Inventory:

Manage inventory based upon quality status, units of measure, expiration date, lot number, strength, license, serial number and location to ensure the right inventory is available for manufacturing and distribution activities.

Maintenance:

Establish a preventive maintenance program to avoid unnecessary equipment failures and keep your plant running smoothly.

Warehouse Management:

Warehouse Management: Employ mobile devices to perform receiving through shipping activities, plus licensed inventory moves within your raw materials and WIP areas.

Distribution:

Manage your suppliers and shippers across multiple warehouses, as well as inter warehouse transfers.

Purchasing and Planning:

Purchasing and Planning: With a granular visibility to available raw material, intermediate and finished goods inventory, as well as current batch production jobs, you can employ economies of scale to purchase raw materials and schedule batch production jobs in order to meet forecasted demand.

Sales:

Track the status, costs, and profitability of every customer quote, order, and shipment.

Customer Relationship:

Leverage embedded CRM functionality to manage your customers and suppliers to improve satisfaction levels and meet service level agreements, respectively.

Accounting and Financials:

Control and analyze the costs of your finished goods, including by-products and co-products, from the start of product development through the shipment of finished goods.

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