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Managing spares and material the smart way

On Key’s Material Manager is intelligently integrated with other system functions to save time, minimise data, and improve resource efficiency and collaboration across different departments or warehouses.


Material Manager

Are your stock levels managed well enough to make your maintenance more efficient?

Our Material Manager enables maintenance store managers to implement and maintain good housekeeping practices. This way you increase the effectiveness of your technical departments and ensure that the appropriate stock, in appropriate quantities, is maintained to ensure spare part availability for scheduled work.
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Requisitioning

  • Make sure that the right materials are available in the right quantities when you need them, by requisitioning items needed to complete maintenance tasks
  • Manage requisition progress by defining custom statuses to suit your environment

  • Keep track of the spares and materials dispensed from your stores to complete maintenance tasks

  • Generate and manage direct purchase orders for material items needed for maintenance work
  • Manage purchase order progress by defining custom statuses to suit your environment
  • Keep track of stock items ordered from suppliers by generating receipts for items received from suppliers, and credit notes for items returned to suppliers

  • Manage stock items maintained in multiple warehouses, at multiple sites, operating in multiple currencies
  • Maintain an informative material master, listing all stock and non-stock items with their commodity codes, suppliers, specifications, classification, min/max stock levels and associated assets
  • Facilitate better stock analysis and reporting by grouping spares, materials, stock items, and contractors by custom commodity types and categories
  • Know where to order your stock and materials when you need them by maintaining a list of suppliers, along with their trading currency, tax rates, and discounts offered

  • Keep track of individual stock items’ movements and transactions using a detailed transaction and financial history

  • Maintain a detailed history of stock price adjustments and revaluations
  • Know exactly what stock and materials you have on hand by performing regular stock takes and keeping track of stock transfers between your stores