You can sale them product A and buy back product B. Then the purchase
price of product B includes the total price.

You can create a shop order that requires Product A + the item for service
to be performed to produce product B. The PO purchases the service. When
the shop order closes it will take Product A cost + the service cost
(item on PO) and results in Product B cost. This option someone receives
the PO and then issues it to the shop order. We even create a workcenter
/ operation called outside service with move time to help back schedule
the job. This also gives you the option of printing a dispatch list for
the outside services workcenter. The dispatch list is a tool to help make
sure product A gets sent out and someone is looking for it to come back
in. You could create two operations with different workcenter numbers,
one to ship out and one to receive back in.

Roger Henady



From: GLangston@xxxxxxxx
To: BPCS ERP System <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 12/21/2010 12:03 PM
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Blanket P.O.'s - 405cd
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We have a situation where we want to ship product A to a vendor for them
to provide a service and ship back to us as a finished product B. .
Looking for suggestions on how I might could handle this in 4.05cd..

Thanks,
Glen Langston

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