How to achieve Engineer to order

Hi ,

      I been digging on how to set up "engineer to order" . Like for a furniture company? Few ideas would help. Am trying to figure out how to add the labour hours.



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Vivek,

You need to create a separate BOM for each project. Use Sales Order to track progress and Time Logs (against Sales Order) to track labour.

There might be a few missing pieces - if you find please post/

best,
Rushabh


On Wednesday, October 2, 2013 6:08:19 PM UTC+5:30, Vivek Digambernath wrote:
Hi ,

      I been digging on how to set up "engineer to order" . Like for a furniture company? Few ideas would help. Am trying to figure out how to add the labour hours.



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I have similar requirement. Are there any more details on this?

Has anyone found a solution on Engineer to order so far ? I’ve been struggling with the same issue for some time and that is the key factor in using or quitting ErpNext. It’s a good all around ERP but I can’t figure out how to use it for unique production items.

Thanks,