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Evo~ERP Integrated Accounting
Unlike generic accounting systems, EVO-ERP is optimized for the needs of manufacturing companies. With proper set up of item classes and the default GL account codes, all posting goes to the correct GL accounts without your users having to make any accounting decisions or to have any accounting knowledge.

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Evo~ERP Inventory Management
The Inventory module serves as the primary database for storing most product information. All inventory transactions (purchase order receipts, shipments, adjustments, issues to work-in-process, manufacturing receipts) are tracked and available for review.

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Evo~ERP Manufacturing Control
Work orders are the foundation of the manufacturing system. A work order tells the system that you intend to manufacture a specific quantity of some item at a particular time. When you create the work order, any material or labor needed for that work order is allocated by the system against available inventory and labor resources.