Simple Manufacturing / BOM

Simple manufacturing, made simpler

Turn a complex Bill of Materials (BOM) into a traceable and efficient production process

Make products that make more money

Create and maintain accurate BOMs for full visibility into your manufacturing efficiency. Centralize your bill structures, manage material levels and track revisions from one place.

If you are assembling product you’ll love the assembly module… it allows real-time costs and for us it’s based on FIFO batch.

Damien Amos, Love Tea

Exceed your margin goals

With finished good analysis reports in Cin7, get an accurate tracking of raw material, labor, and overhead costs for each production run, enabling you to make better-informed pricing decisions, identify areas for cost reduction, and evaluate your profitability more accurately.

Serial and batch tracking

Monitor which finished product includes specific components for expiration and recall processing for FDA or other compliance requirements.

Additional Features

Damage write-offs

Measure the impact of damaged and missing parts with integrated write-off management tools.

Additional units of measure

Put the calculator aside! Easily convert from kilograms to grams, grams to ounces, and more based on your business rules.


Automatically disassemble a case or pallet into singles to match how you sell.

Component management

Avoid running out of key parts to your most popular products with inventory management and easy reordering.


Yes, Cin7 supports multi-level assemblies.
Yes, Cin7 includes an auto-assembly/kit feature to allow your systems to automatically build the product after the sale is authorized.
Yes, BOM details can be imported in CSV format or exported, edited, and re-imported for fast bulk editing.
Cin7 can convert units of measure to meet your sales processes. For example, if you purchase components in kilograms and sell finished products in pounds, Cin7 can convert the measurements and apply them to your assembly process.
The BOM for the finished product estimates a cost using either Average Cost, Latest Purchase Cost, or Fixed Purchase Cost. This is for your reference only. The actual cost of finished goods will be calculated using the costing method of each individual component allocated to an assembled product, and can vary from the “total” cost displayed in the BOM. Actual costs associated with finished assembled goods are in the Finished Goods Analysis Report.