Shuttleworth MIS has revealed its new, exciting software functionality called ‘kitting’. Kitting enables users to easily create estimates and quote for several items on an order. It's a 'perfect fit' for anyone wanting to manage one job that involves multiple items such as some types of POS, packaging, labelling or display work says the company.
Kitting means users can add separate items and quantities to a single enquiry. The Shuttleworth MIS then calculates a price for the entire ‘kit’ and helps to manage the enquiry through production.
It is ideal for producing ‘vehicle livery kit’, or complex multipart jobs as the user can add the items and quantities required for the whole or parts of a job onto one enquiry. The Shuttleworth MIS can then calculate and quote a price. When a job is raised the user can choose to create single job or multiple jobs to manage and process the order. The ‘kit’ can then be managed throughout the order and production process right through to delivery and invoicing.
Dawn Safford, Marketing Executive at Shuttleworth said: “Managing multiple items for one quote can be a costly process; but the new ‘Kitting’ functionality means that users benefit through easy traceability, reduced administration and cost, and ultimately increased profit. It is just another example of how Shuttleworth is leading the MIS market by delivering powerful technical solutions to very specific customer needs.”