Tracking the receipt and put-away of raw materials.
Tracking and managing the picking of parts for production
Tracking the use of raw materials in making products
Tracking the return of unused materials to stock
Tracking labor and machine time required for each operation
Preventing the use of wrong parts through stored Bills of Materials
Tracking work-in-process (work-in-progress) WIP inventory as it moves between operations.
Tracking the production of intermediate and finished products and
their put-away in warehouses
Capturing traceability data to comply
with regulations, such as from the FDA, for making safe products.
Capturing actual costs and comparing these with planned costs.
Tracking the picking, packing and shipping of finished products to
Creating situation specific barcode labels for application to
inventory as well as packing materials
BellHawk Online is compliant with CFR 21 Part 11 to enable FDA cGMP validation
in medical device and supplies manufacturing, repackaging, and repair applications.
BellHawk can handle very simple work-in-process (WIP) tracking tasks, such as
tracking the movement of a batch of materials through a sequence of
operations, to using its full work-in-progress tracking capabilities to
track the assembly of complex systems, such as PC boards,
machines, and building components.