Test equipment master contains the details of the Test Equipments to be calibrated based on the schedule and generate a report.
Calibration Types can be added for easier scheduling of the calibration process. Depending of the type of calibration,schedules can be added or changed for the Test Equipments.
The schedule is a plan for carrying out the process of calibration at particular time intervals.
A calibration record is an evidence of the calibration that has taken place as per the schedule on a particular date.
Test Equipment Numbering is used when the user doesn't want the IMTE numbers or tag numbers to be entered manually.
Alert Settings are used for reminding the user about calibration as the current date is nearing the scheduled date for calibration.Various colours can be used to represent the alert depending on the due days.
Inventory management involves creating a purchasing plan that will ensure that items are available when they are needed (but that neither too much nor too little is purchased) and keeping track of existing inventory and its use.
Two common inventory-management strategies are the just-in-time method, where companies plan to receive items as they are needed rather than maintaining high inventory levels, and materials requirement planning, which schedules material deliveries.
A Goods Receipt is a document issued to acknowledge the receipt of the items listed in it.So the company receiving the goods can have a record of what was delivered, which company delivered it, when/how/who it was delivered and received the goods.
Also the company delivering the goods can have a copy of this information.This can be used for accounting, stock check and rotation, to return any goods if there is a problem, also to check the correct goods have been delivered.
Dispatch of goods is when that company sends or ships out the goods purchased from them by the buyers.