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We are interested in accurate job costing and better inventory control.
I was hoping to create barcodes for raw materials that we could put on the bins where materials are stored.
Would want the guys to be able to scan a barcode and enter a quantity and a customer:job as materials are actually being used. People come to Quick Books Learn & Support for help and answers—we want to let them know that we're here to listen and share our knowledge.
We are a full custom commercial cabinet shop using QB Premier 2015.
Currently we purchase raw materials for a given job as we go and apply the cost to the appropriate customer:job at that point. We are looking to move to actual inventory of raw material we use regularly.
Currently most of these are non-inventory items that we actually have inventory of.When we fabricate finished goods these materials get used and "lost" into Shop Supplies which throws off all the job costing.As we are custom "assemblies" might be similar but never the same, so I don't think using assemblies will work.Additionally we are under lump sum contract for all our work so finished assemblies aren't sold as such.We don't inventory any assemblies we produce as required for specific contracts.We would never indicate the price of any given item on an invoice, just a percentage of the total contract completed to date.