KeyedIn recently unveiled KeyedIn Manufacturing (KIM) 6.0, a new version that enables machine shops and captive job shops to fulfill orders faster, with lower production costs and improved profit margins. This new version delivers key performance improvements for the shop floor, along with improved handling of work orders, invoices, and other documents associated with a custom manufacturing order. These features help customers keep pace with growing transaction volumes and the need for greater shop floor capacity.
KeyedIn helps organizations simplify business processes, improve performance, and drive results through its innovative SaaS-based business solutions. The company’s range of cloud-based solutions includes KeyedIn Projects for project portfolio management (PPM) and KeyedIn Manufacturing for enterprise resource planning (ERP) for custom and make-to-order manufacturers. Its ERP offers customer manufacturers a solution that enables efficiency, profitability, and growth through flexible software designed to work the way manufacturers do business.
New features in KIM 6.0 include:
- Faster, easier document movement – KIM’s customizable workflow makes it easy to capture or copy documents, such as packing slips or invoices, at any point in the sales, production or invoicing process.
- Improved reporting – KIM now offers AR and AP aging reports for any user-selected date, as well as a new production accounting report and posting process.
- Enhanced sales and work order – New functionality simplifies the creation and modification of sales orders, and closed work orders can now be reopened as needed.
“What makes all of these enhancements even more valuable is KeyedIn Manufacturing’s one-of-a-kind customization engine,” says Matt Muldoon, Chief Product Officer of KeyedIn. “Not only does KIM provide quote-to-cash automation, but it allows machine shops to customize it to their unique processes – which is especially valuable now as manufacturers are dealing with market forces that change every week. Most other manufacturing ERP systems, especially old on-premise software, are terribly inflexible and inhibit a shop owner’s ability to grow and innovate.”
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