Our Software Solution

Net Yield is a weight-based ERP focused on increasing financial transparency and operational control while reducing data entry

Platforms

Net Yield is available as a cloud or server-based solution based on the needs of your business.

Online

Our online platform is a full cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering. We handle all of the hardware and software and provide you access to your full system through a web browser available anywhere through any device. This eliminates the hassle of hosting your own server, hiring someone to maintain that server, being left in the dark when that server goes down, installing all the packages and components required for an ERP system, and dealing with ongoing software updates. This solution provides the lowest cost of ownership and fastest setup time for most companies.

Server

Our on-premise server platform provides a fully-functional offering for the most complex operations, companies seeking more control or integration over the software, or companies that have a well established IT infrastructure.

Detailed Feature Comparison


Online Server
General Real-time inventory, quantity on hand and available adjusted for anticipated transactions Check green Check green
Multiple units of measure on all transactions Check green Check green
Lotted and unlotted items by location Check green Check green
Accounting entries generated by inventory transactions Check green Check green
Offsetting accounts used to compare cost estimates to actual expenses Check green Check green
Purchasing Purchases with charges and lot attributes Check green Check green
Receive multiple lots per line item purchased Check green Check green
Inventory valued when completing a purchase, including charges Check green Check green
Settlement pricing at line or lot level Check green Check green
Full Payables: vouchers, voucher adjustments, and checks Check green Check green
Selling Commit inventory from a lot, an anticipated lot, or at the item level Check green Check green
Build Sales Orders from a customer's history Check green Check green
Items priced with base prices and exceptions Check green Check green
Professional forms: Unshipped Order, Shipped Order, Bill of Lading, and Release Check green Check green
Shipping can select or confirm inventory lots Check green Check green
Shipping without inventory allows the item quantity to go negative temporarily Check green Check green
Costs assigned when inventory becomes available for costing Check green Check green
Credit Orders based on and limited to the original invoice Check green Check green
Inventory Transfers that move inventory to a new item, location and/or lot with no weight change Check green Check green
Inventory Adjustments to any item and or lot with any value change identified Check green Check green
Uncosted invoice lines don't distort margins Check green Check green
Lot Charges allocate costs over all inventory in a location Check green Check green
Charge analysis by charge type, order type, and between dates Check green Check green
Lot history by location and item Check green Check green
Inventory Valuation by location for items and/or lots with attributes Check green Check green
Physical Inventory by location for items and/or lots with attributes Check green Check green
Accounting Full AP: Vouchers, Voucher Adjustments, Checks, AP Aging, Vendor Accounts Check green Check green
Full AR: Receipts, Deposits, Credit/Debit Memos, AR Aging, Customer Accounts Check green Check green
Journal Entries: reversing and recurring as adjustable or standard Check green Check green
Journals: Checks, Invoices, Vouchers, Costing, Receipts, General, Deposits, and Charges Check green Check green
Accruals: Invoices, Vouchers, and Costings Check green Check green
Full Financial Reporting: Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Trial Balance, and General Ledger Check green Check green
Customer Statements Check green Check green
Bank Reconciliation - clear checks and deposits, identifying outstanding Check green Check green
Processing Transfers that move inventory to a new item, location and/or lot with a weight change Check green Check green
Inverted Bill of Material (one raw material makes many finished goods) Check green Check green
Work Order uses the primary raw material and any other raw materials required for the finished good Check green Check green
Work Order adds any charges needed to the finished good Check green Check green
Production Results shown in the Work Order Check green Check green
Transfers using a recipe to move predetermined quantities of items to a work in progress code Check green
Discrete Bill of Material (many raw materials make one finished good) Check green
Planning Reporting - Inventory, Demand, Incoming, Production Demand, Shortages Check green
Distribution Items are organized by departments, all orders are assigned a route Check green
Picklists by department and route list allow order lines to be picked together for shipment Check green
Departments' picklists are each organized according to best product handling Check green
Picklist allows shipments of order lines in picklist order Check green
Dispatching shows progress shipping each route's orders until fully shipped Check green
Allows reassignment of an order to another route Check green
Prints load sheets and invoices for each route in reverse stop order Check green
Prints Route Journals summarizing the financial transaction with the customer Check green