Simple, effective, jobcards, can be used
multiple times, without mixing periods.
See complete vehicle history on only
one jobcard. Open once, use forever.
Used for other purposes, such as m/f costing.
Bring Bill of Material from inventory to
jobcard, exploding items as it does so.
Take Bill of Material from jobcard to
inventory, allocating job cost to BoM.
Take single item from jobcard with BoM, to
inventory, allocating job cost to single item.
Buy out items direct to the jobcard.
Allocate items direct from inventory to jobcard.
Allocate labour items directly to jobcard.
Jobcard retains all costs as current, until
invoiced or returned, when cost moves to
"cost of goods sold", or inventory.
Any changes when invoicing
leave the jobcard unaltered, so
you can see outstanding values, or
any items deleted off the invoice.
In FMCG mode, a jobcard is used as
a vehicle, all orders being posted
to a vehicle, and transferable.
In Trucker mode, the jobcard is used
as a vehicle, all costs are allocated
against it, so well as fuel, kilometres,
etc, so jobcard becomes the cost centre.
In default mode, jobcards are used from
the auto industry, to manufacturing,
to dental laboratories, to contracting,
to keep track of costs per job.
Memo pad for greater explanation for customer.
What a job IS depends on the industry, but
this system is versatile, and effective.
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|Help information for users||Go to top of page|
|Jobcard List||The jobcards are listed in either number, registration no. or customer code order. Ctrl + Z will change this order.|
|Use F5||To add a new jobcard or vehicle to the list.|
|Use F6||to access the record, and edit description, customer, etc.|
|Use F8||To delete an unwanted code. You will not be able to delete a code on which there is a cost. If you re-use a deleted code, all the history will be returned to this code, as transaction records are never deleted. It is better not to delete a code, rather mark it as closed.|
|Use Enter||to access the jobcard items list, and add or amend items there.|
|Jobcard Header||Each jobcard has a unique header, detailing the customer to whom it is linked, as well as the description of the work/vehicle/animal.|
|Jobcard number||A number, or if a vehicle workshop, use the vehicle registration here.|
|Open||The date you first opened this jobcard.|
|Registration number||This an alternatve, searchable field.|
|Due||The date on which you expect to finish the job.|
|Customer||All jobcards must be linked to customers.|
|Order number||The customer order number, will appear on the final invoice.|
|Department||You can categorise jobcards.|
|Description||Usually the vehicle details for workshops, or the work to be done.|
|Details||There are five lines for the description and details of work or vehicle.|
|Duplicate comment on every job||A comment can be set, to be printed on every job.|
|Operator||Link the jobcard to the person who logged it into the system.|
|Price type||Prices linked to product price levels, or 9 for a contract price.|
|Price||The value of the job.|
|Balance||The outstanding balance if part invoices have already been issued.|
|Memo Pad||The memo pad is linked to each jobcard, and if full, can be "posted" to the jobcard, cleared, and re-used. This is used for additional comments, which are optionally printed on the customer`s invoice. Use the insert key to access this.|
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|Add item as a bought out.||Where the item is purchased direct from a supplier.|
|Or allocate an item||from your own stock, or from your own resources.|
|Jobcard||In both cases, you need an active jobcard in the list.|
|Product code||You can use an existing product code, or a full stop to bypass the product list.|
|Average cost||that you are paying to your supplier, or the cost ex stock.|
|Nett sales||the sales price you will charge the customer for this item.|
|Discount off cost||that your supplier is giving you.|
|Discount off sales||that you are giving your customer.|
|V.A.T.||Use zero if no vat charged to you, 1 if tax is added, or Z if tax is inclusive. Be aware that if tax is inclusive on purchase, it will also be set as inclusive on sales. This can be changed on an individual job item when it is seen in the list of jobcard items.|
|Stock quantity/gross profit|
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