I use Jewelry Design Manager to track production of my tin work,
which, like jewelry can, has many parts which are then assembled. I
manually track how much time it takes me to create a bunch of an
item, then use the average of the bunch to be the time cost per
piece. I can then cost out an assembled piece from the sub-units.
I like it - it really does seem to do what needs to be done in
allowing you to create and assemble inventoriable parts, which was my
main reason for purchasing it.
I have not used it to track consignment sales at my galleries, altho
that is just laziness on my part - I do believe you could do it.
I have collected only 3 bugs/suggestions for improvements in the
time I have been using it, altho as mentioned before, I am a bit of a
slacker in my recordkeeping.
Is Costa Rica as wonderful as people say it is?