Reply To: Production Material Variances

  • Marni Stallings

    March 20, 2023 at 10:02 am

    If you have JET, you can create a query that brings in all of the information and provide the variance data at run. I export the value Entries directly into Excel from BC…faster than bringing in through JET, then my query brings in the necessary ITEM data and BOM data in two other tabs. The variance entry type lines tie me back to what hit my Production Variance line on the GL monthly. I then have a Pivot table that summarizes the variances by PDR, then I look at the big ones from there. It shows me where they over or under consumed or used different materials.

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