Air Maintenance Inventory



Has the following features:

  • Create Purchase Order
  • Receiving Purchase Order
  • Inspection Hold
  • Add files to purchase order
  • Scan Certs to Inventory
  • Create purchase order from a requisition
  • Enter accounts payable


Features of the inventory center

  • Inventory Information
    • Allows the user to add inventory items to the system
    • Allows the user to mark the item as:
      • Consumable
      • Shelf Life Item
      • Superseded (and enter the superseded by part number)
      • ESD Sensitive
      • Hazmat
      • Temperature Sensitive
      • Humidity Sensitive
      • Requires SDS
    • User can also enter the consumable quantity and cost
      • Consumable, in Air Maintenance©is a non-trackable inventory item and the functionality is like QuickBooks© where that when used the quantity will reduce. But no trackability will be in the system for those items
    • Conversion
      • This allows the user to enter the conversion factor to convert the receiving units to the billable units and then adjust the cost accordingly
    • Alternate Part Numbers
      • Air Maintenance© allows the facility to have as many alternate part numbers as needed.
  • Stock Items
    • Allows the user to view all stock items for a specific part number, including the purchase order number, date of purchase, expiration date, current quantity, orginal quantity, stock room and QR Code for the selected stock item
  • Inventory Price Compare
    • This is a simple price report, showing the average price of the parts in the system grouped by vendor.
  • Customer Supplied Parts
    • This section allows the user to enter information about a part that was supplied by the customer. It allows the user to do an inspection of the part and when saved it will be listed as a consignment part for the selected customer.
  • Consignment Parts
    • A report showing all consignment parts in the system
  • Stock Split
    • Stock split allows the user to take large quantities and split them into smaller quantities, but all splits are still traceable back to the original stock number and purchase order
  • Dissolve Assembly
    • This section of the inventory center allows the user to take a larger assembly and break it down into smaller assemblies with trackability back to the original assembly.
  • Stock Files
    • This section allows users to store files with the selected stock item. These files will be also being stored in the work order/manifesting order folder once the stock item has been added to that order.
  • Shelf Life Log
    • This is a log that shows all shelf life items and their expiration dates
  • Receive Core
    • This section allows the user to receive a core back into inventory, once received the user can then return the core to vendor, customer, or create a work order to repair the core and then use it as a stock item
  • Pending Cores
    • This is a report of all pending cores.
  • Create Parts Kit
    • This section allows the user to create parts kits and then assign stock to those kits.

Inventory Utilities

In Air Maintenance©, the technician doesn't actually add inventory to a work order's discrepancy, instead the technician will request that inventory. Once requested the technician can then create a pick ticket of all inventory that they wish to pick up and take it to the stock room for the stock room personnel to actually assign the inventory to the work order, sales order, or manufacturing order.

Also, if an inventory item has been assigned to the work order's discrepancy via a purchase order, this item will be allocated but not assigned to that work order. To assign the inventory item the user will need to access this section and go to Pick Ticket/Allocated Parts and then assign it to the work order.

  • Create Requisition
  • Check Tool Out to WO
  • Add Inventory to WO
  • Pick Ticket/Allocated Parts
  • Add Inventory to Sales Order

Request for Quote

In Air Maintenance©, the user can send out requests for quote (RFQ). Once quote has been received they also can enter that information, and once the decision has been made the user can create the purchase order for that item and select the vendor that is to be used for that purchase order