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Material Requirements Planning

Material Requirements Planning

Save time and labor on every accounting process with accounting and inventory software that’s seamlessly connected to every aspect of your business.

Optimize your manufacturing process, minimize losses and develop winning pricing strategies with bill of materials software.

It’s time to take manufacturing to the next level. Enjoy a 360-degree view of your production costs and inventory status so that you can make strategic business decisions informed by a wealth of data — like pricing strategies or loss reduction practices.

Organize a smooth production process capable of timely delivery of finished products

Create a detailed production BOM

Define each step of a production operation, its duration, components and resources in the Production BOM with a great level of detail.

Customise Production Process Settings

Capacity Planner

With DEAR Capacity Planner you can reduce resource costs, ensure availablity and identify skill shortages


DEAR Scheduler acts as a single communication tool to the business which helps smooth the demand signal, protect the lead time and prioritise the requirements

Create and manage the production orders

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is MRP?

DEAR MRP stands for Material Requirements Planning. Any complex manufacturing requires tools that can handle complexity, particularly the advanced planning and scheduling functions that come with our MRP module.

This MRP module has elevated our cloud ERP solution into a truly comprehensive suite of tools and closed any gaps in our manufacturing model. You can now evolve your manufacturing from a simple production process to a fully planned and optimized process with finite control over capacity and resources.

What is the difference between Assembly BOM and Production BOM?

The difference between the Production BOM and Assembly BOM is that Assembly involves only one operation and Production involves many operations. The Assembly BOM lists products and service items but does not take into account resource capacity and operation scheduling.

What is Capacity Planner?

The Capacity Planner is a resource allocation reporting and re-planning tool. The Capacity Planner shows the capacity for a selected planning period, which resources are overallocated, and allows re-planning of capacity.

What is Production Scheduler?

The DEAR Production Scheduler visualises Production Order information. It creates a schedule for production, so all finished products are produced on time, providing smooth production without any delays. Scheduler provides the ability to to reschedule Production Orders, Production Runs and operations.

What is Production BOM explosion?

A bill of materials explosion displays an assembly at the highest level broken down into its individual components and parts at the lowest level. Production BOMs can contain finished products (products with their own production BOM) or assembled components (products with their own Assembly BOM).

Can I create multiple Finished products within one Bill of Materials?

Yes, DEAR allows you to define manufacturing processes for multiple finished products at a time. It is worth mentioning that in DEAR, the primary product of a production process is a finished product, but coproducts, byproducts, and joint production products etc. are also classed as finished products, thus supported in DEAR.

How is the cost calculated for the coproducts, byproducts and joint production products?

Different products may go through the same production process, making it difficult to differentiate costs among products early in production. During this stage, your organisation is incurring joint costs. DEAR allows the products in production to go through split-off points to become separate and distinct from one another. After split-off, each products incurs separable costs.

The DEAR production process allows for two types of costs allocation for products:

– Sales Value Method: Best applied when separable costs do not exist, can be ignored, or are equivalent.
– Net Realisable Value Method: Best applied when separable costs are significant.

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