This report shows the number of finished goods with their costs split by the components/services used in the assembled product. The report shows both assembly products and production costs. Use this report to analyse finished goods yield quantity, production cost, and cost of component products and services for a selected reporting period. Both assembly and production finished goods are shown on this report.
By default, the report shows all finished goods that have been completed, authorized or are currently in progress. To narrow down the results, you can filter the report by either status = Authorized or status = In progress or status = Completed.
Users need the Inventory Reporting permission to access this report.
Table of Contents
Data from this report can be exported in Excel, PDF or RTF format.
|Reporting Period||Allow user to select the reporting period from a list of options or set a custom date range|
|Layout||Set to the Default layout. Allows selection of saved layouts, if any.|
|Save Layout As||Allows saving of a layout for potential future use.|
|Reset Layout||Resets layout to the default layout or selected saved layout.|
Select Apply Filter to set filter fields for the report and Update to refresh the output with any new changes. See Managing DEAR Reports - Filtering Reports for more detailed information about using filters.
The following output fields are available for this report. You may have to open the Configure Layout menu to add some of them to your report.
|Order #||The assembly/production order number|
|Completion Date||The actual completion date for Authorised tasks and expected completion date for In Progress tasks|
|Status||Finished Goods task status. By default, Authorised and In Progress tasks are displayed regardless of the specified date range|
|Component SKU||The SKU/s of the material/s used in production|
|Component||The name/s of the material/s used in production|
|Component Unit||The unit/s of measure of the material/s used in production|
|Location||Location of the assembly|
|Component Batch #||The batch or serial number/s of the material/s used in production|
|Assembled Batch #||The batch or serial number of the assembly|
|Assembled Product||The name of the assembled product|
|Type||The type of component used in production, i.e. Service or Material|
|Assembled SKU||The SKU of the assembled product|
|Assembled Tags||The tags associated with the assembled product|
|Assembled Unit||The unit of measure for the assembled product|
|Assembled Category||The category of the assembled product|
|Assembled Brand||The brand of the assembled product|
|Assembled Family||The family name of the assembled product|
|Year||The year of the assembly completion date|
|Quarter||The quarter of the assembly completion date|
|Month||The month of the assembly completion date|
|Product Additional Attribute 1-10||The values of the product's additional attributes|
|Yield||The actual yield quantity of the assembled product (in multiples of SKU unit of measure).|
|Production Cost||The total cost, in base currency, of the assembled product, based on the quantity specified in Yield. Production Cost value is generated upon assembly completion.|
|Component Quantity||The total quantity of the component used in production of the assembled product|
|Component Cost||The total cost of the component used in production of the assembled product|
The average cost for a component was tracking correctly up until the FG-0193. What could have caused this abrupt change?
The reason for the component having incorrect cost on the FG-0193 is that this component was received as a result of disassembly FG-0192. DEAR distributed the cost evenly among the product lines by default. You can undo this FG after you undo FG-0193 as well and change the costs distribution manually (see Disassembly Costs). It is also possible to set these rules in the bill of materials.
Can I see a unit cost on this report?
You will have to refer to the Production Cost column and divide it by the Yield. As of now, this is the only simplest method to do so. This can be raised as a feature request on our forum.
This report seems to cover everything except for the expiry date. Is there a reason for this?
Unfortunately this feature is not currently available. As a workaround, you can try running 2 reports, Finished Goods Analysis Report and Lot Expiry Report, then export these to Excel and use VLOOKUP to get the information you require. This can be raised as a feature request on our forum.
Is it possible to filter Finished Goods Assembly by the effective date of in Progress?
Unfortunately this feature is not currently available. This can be raised as a feature request on our forum.
Still no answer to your question? Please do not hesitate to get in touch with DEAR support.