MO System

Feature Benefit to You
Automatic issuance of serial numbers based on the builder number and the date, OR straight serial number increase.
The system does the work for you so you don’t have to spend time figuring out what number to give the next unit to be produced. Since the serial number is unique it is used for tracking purposes.
Maintains all history about any given unit forever
Allows you to see what parts went into a unit you built years ago without having to keep a paper record of it.
Integrates to the Topline transaction log. Tracks data by date, time, part number, transaction type, user, location, machine and software call.
The transaction log maintains a log of all important activity happening in your system. You could for example look up who did what to a particular part number and what the inventory levels were at the time.
Integrates with the transmission ID_BOOK and OTHER DATA from Certified Transmission Rebuilders Inc.
If you use the ID-BOOK system, just type in the tag code on the transmission and Voila! – we give you the part number, the lever, sprockets etc. etc.
Integrates with Repair Shop package from Topline/Gates Canyon
This allows you to sell your finished units to the public or to other transmission shops. Serial numbers and inventory is shared between the systems.
Integrates with the Topline CORE database
Relieves your core bank of a core when you start a unit so you can calculate what cores to purchase.
Unlimited number of different units can be entered into the system along with their dyno pressure specs
For every different type of unit you build you have a master record that holds all the information needed to build that unit. Handles PRE-picked parts and radiators.
Tracks all units by Serial number, Part number, Transmission Type, Builder or MO-number and more
This expanded tracking capability, allows you to do statistical analysis on your data as well as find the unit you are looking for even if you don’t have the serial number
All parts and labor used on any unit is automatically calculated into the cost of the unit
Every unit built has its own cost that stays in the system. The average cost for a unit is calculated on a running basis and saved in the inventory and the transmission master file.
Notes and memos can be added on the fly and are available for viewing while you are browsing through the database
An unlimited amount of notes and memos gives you the flexibility you need to pick up information about a unit as the info becomes available. Notes can be added at any time.
Parts are picked by the builder at his station, printed in the parts department and delivered by a parts runner. All parts have bin locations so ANYBODY can pull them off the shelf. (and put them back)
Your builders should spend NO time looking for parts in the parts department. Not only is it a waste of resource, but it creates shortages in your inventory. By having the builders order the parts they need at their station, they can start tearing down the next unit while the parts runner finds and brings the parts to them.
Only the parts that you assign to the unit type come up on the screen for the builder to pick from
No need to wade through 20,000 items when only a couple of hundred are used in the unit.
Each Transmission built must pass the dyno by falling inside the ranges in the master record for the unit type. Only then will it be added to inventory.
The dyno operator is your last check that your builder did his job right, so it is important that he records the pressures the dyno gives him. By forcing him to enter the dyno pressures before he sees the ranges, you eliminate the "fudge" factor.
The MO system is fully integrated with our PO system as well as the optional CROSS Reference system .
This allows you to automate your parts ordering no matter who you buy from. When ordering parts through our PO system we AUTOMATICALLY order from the cheapest source using THEIR part numbers and then AUTOMATICALLY cross-reference them back to industry standard numbers when you receive the parts
Fully integrated Yo-yo system (units that return again).
Every time a unit returns, a record is entered in the YOYO database so you will be able to track the unit through multiple rebuilds. All data in the yo-yo record is available for viewing at any time. This allows you to sort out BAD units that keep blowing up.
Fully integrated to our HOTBUILD database
Units being hotbuilt (as opposed to being built for stock) are disregarded when calculating what units need to be brought in from the core bank for building. The hotbuild file has turned out to be one of the great features of our software. It lets you accumulate data over time and use it to verify what kind of transmission goes in what kind of vehicle.
Cost averaging is accomplished automatically OR you can request instant average recalculation.
The system will traverse THOUSANDS of units in just seconds and give you the average cost for the item chosen. You can choose to base the average on the last 50, 100 or any other number of a certain unit built..
Cost runaway protection,
You set the limit – we stop the process if the cost climbs over the MAX-COST you have specified. This can also be done on a percentage over basis.
ZEBRA printer integration for transmission labels
Allows you to print virtually indestructible labels to attach to the transmission at the time you start the job.
Prints Bin labels based on your inventory with the BIN location AND the part number on the label
Allows you to print binlabels for the entire inventory or just for a few bins based on you needs
BIN Database for finished units
In order that you can use your inventory space more efficiently Topline has a built-in system for tracking where in your building the finished units are stored. It automatically sells the OLDEST units first and tells you where the unit is located.





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