Odoo.sh Transformation to Build Advanced Features for a Power Products Client

Odoo.sh Transformation to Build Advanced Features for a Power Products Client

Tech Stack

  • Azure cloud
    Azure cloud
  • DevOPS
    DevOPS
  • Odoo
    Odoo
  • Odoo.sh
    Odoo.sh
  • PostgreSQL
    PostgreSQL
  • Solidworks
    Solidworks

About Client

The brand deals in fuel cell power solutions that are cost-effective, carbon-efficient, virtually silent, and convert natural gas into electricity. The American company is known for its products that work smoothly with solar and storage to offer extended power backup and round-the-clock energy solutions for residential and commercial usage. The client approached us to move material from the inventory account to the WIP account, set specific approval limits for purchase orders, and create a demand forecast.

About Product

We provided several Retail Ecommerce Solutions to the client. First of all, we switched the client’s Odoo SaaS version 14 to Odoo.sh. It included creating an Odoo integrated material shortage report to ensure the availability of materials at all times. We integrated Solidworks with Odoo to simulate 3D designs for precision and save time in switching systems. Additionally, we created a centralized system that helped employees access all the designing data they needed for manufacturing. Finally, our team customized the WIP account to ensure smooth tracking of orders and created an approval mechanism with diverse rules.
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The Challenges

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Non-Tracking of Required Material

The non-availability of the components required to create the bill of materials (BOM) was a challenge. It led to unnecessary delays in the manufacturing process.

Non-Tracking of Required Material
Our experts created a material shortage report using Microsoft Excel and Odoo screen report. The information also took into account the components that manufacturers need to manufacture a secondary element. For instance, if manufacturing a component required A and B materials, the report also accounted for their availability and assembly status.

Solution

The Challenges

Non-Tracking of Required Material
The non-availability of the components required to create the bill of materials (BOM) was a challenge. It led to unnecessary delays in the manufacturing process.

Our experts created a material shortage report using Microsoft Excel and Odoo screen report. The information also took into account the components that manufacturers need to manufacture a secondary element. For instance, if manufacturing a component required A and B materials, the report also accounted for their availability and assembly status.

Non-Tracking of Required Material

Result

  • Streamlined Manufacturing Process
    The central shortage report of materials helped the staff refill the short supplies well in time to carry out the manufacturing operations smoothly.
  • All-in-One System
    The central system significantly helped the employees to save time as they didn’t need to refer to different inputs to create a manufacturing order.
  • Simplified Operations
    The customized system automated the movement of orders, ensured better tracking, reduced errors, and simplified operations.
  • A Well Defined Approval System
    The client leveraged a well-developed approval system that ensured optimum utilization of the organizational resources and improved accountability.

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