Financials: Matrix Financials handles an organization’s General (Ledger) Accounting, Accounts Receivables and Accounts Payables. Bridging together the diverse and complex world of organizational finance, make this module essential to any company.
Materials: Matrix Materials Management manages some critical functions of an organization, which include materials procurement or purchase order processing, inventory control, materials valuation and sub-contracting.
Production: Operators on the plant floor follow the plan by using our unique, highly-configurable and easy to use the optimized control panel. You can further accelerate production which will going to reduce reduce errors and improve data gathering ability with machine integration, which provides automatic real-time Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA).
Sales and Distribution: Matrix Sales and Distribution handles Sales Order Processing, Warehouse Management, Invoicing and Dispatch, Transportation Management. It is a boon to organizations that need to get a well co-ordinate sales and distributions network.
Import Module: Import costs appear simple but they are actually deceptively complex and much more complex than normal "purchased" items. Even with spreadsheets, manual costing methods for imports are not capable of providing sufficient detail and therefore accurate costs.
To provide those benefits, an ERP system needs to have the following capabilities:
•Powerful costing: Capable of handling the complexities of multi-country, multi-sourced inventories, including formulas for duty and freight and
any other cost that the user might define.
•Container and vessel tracking: Integrated electronically with the carriers’ systems.
•Management tools: Such as automated alerts and full Letter of Credit capabilities.
Export Module: Manage all your Exports to international market with Quotation, Performa Invoice, Excise Intimation Custom Invoice, Examination Report, Export Value Declaration, Shipping Instruction, Gate pass, Commercial Invoice, Bill of Exchange (First, Second), Export Collection Covering Letters (For Advance Payment, For Bank Process), FOB Report, MOT Reporting , Foreign payment reporting, Statement of Export reporting, Sample Invoice, Document sending letter, Documentation management etc.
Costing: Cost management is an essential part of ensuring the overall profitability of a business. It is often difficult for small businesses to calculate and manage the total costs as it takes many complicated production processes into account. ERP offers a simpler solution that facilitates cost calculation and its related tasks.
•Have a cost management system to allocate the expenses and costs to the processes and products.
•Calculate the cost from entered unit prices and quantities - reduce redundant entries and risk of error.
•Incidental expenses are automatically calculated into the costs.
•Cost calculation details can be viewed at a glance through various reports, such as a cost summary.
•The production record can be evaluated and used to compare the actual cost incurred with the standard cost.