Below you will see a list of all available courses. Just click on the one you want to see to access the material. There is another catalog for PDF Guides. You may find it at http://21stcenturyprogramming.mindflash.com/catalog/?ca=1102163139 Please note that there are some ROM University classes in Spanish. If you need access to the material se have in Spanish please let us know.
In this course, users will be introduced to the ROM system through two different login styles. Users will also learn how to navigate through ROM and properly exit screens.
In this course, students will become familiar with how to locate and search for public customers, add a new customer, and input detailed information about that customer or change other information about existing customers.
In this course, users will learn the basic functions of purchasing from a public customer (peddler customer): starting a new ticket (transaction), getting the gross and tare weight, adding items, creating a new customer. Other functions such and unlocking and voiding tickets will also be covered.
In this course, users will learn how to enter a transacation for selling to public (peddler) customers.
In this course, students will learn how to administer the public price list. This is the list of default prices for commodities currently being purchased from public customers. Optional printouts will also be demonstrated.
En este curso el usuario aprenderá a administrar la lista de precios del público.
In this course, you'll learn how to set up basic public purchase options: payment settings, default checking accounts, and how to unlock tickets.
In this class, students will be taken through the steps to set-up the cash drawer, open, close and add money to the cash drawer; issue petty cash, balance your cash drawer, and run daily cash drawer reports.
In this course, users will learn how to search for transactions using known information, and generate various types of reports.
In this class, users will learn how to maintain customer/vendor information - including inputting new contact information, editing current dealer information, searching dealers and setting defaults. and special prices for dealers.
This class is designed to show you how to create a receiving scale ticket via Live Dump. In this class, we'll cover the definition of a Live Dump transaction and show you how to navigate the module in order to properly create a new scaling ticket with variations for contamination, split line, open bins, etc.
The Live - DOCK (NO Truck Weights) screen is typically used for package weights when the truck scale weights are not important and there are several different commodities (or even just 1 commodity) in multiple packages and each needs to be weighed individually to compare against the shipper's packing list.
This course will cover how to create a new Mixed Loads to Sort Truck Scale Ticket in the system. This type of scale ticket is used to receive multiple items and have the truck scale weights recorded prior to sorting.
In this course, users will learn how to create a shipping ticket, and attach purchase orders to the scale tickets.
This type of shipping ticket differs from a simple shipping ticket because it allows the user to pre-stage an out-bound load and create a packing list. In this class we will also touch on using the tractor/trailer weights in the instance where one tractor drops off the empty container and a different tractor picks it up.
In this course, students will learn about finished goods, how to create a finished goods tag, and what this part of the system does to improve efficiency for inventory tracking and shipping.
In this class, students will learn how to create a new open bin, add weight to a bin, and search for bins.
In this class, students will learn how to edit an open bin, remove weight, and close a bin. Searching and reporting options will also be demonstrated.
This course will cover how to enter sort information for a "Mixed Loads to Sort" Scale Ticket in the system. This type of scale ticket is used to receive multiple items and it is processed in the Loads to Sort hopper.
In this course users will learn how to use the dispatch system. Functions covered: creating a new dispatch, assigning a driver to a dispatch, finishing a dispatch, and how to manage bins.
In this course, students will learn how to link a booking number to a shipping transaction, make it viewable on shipping documents and invoices for easy reference, as well as generate reports to help track shipments.
In this class you will learn how to create a purchase settlement ticket, attach an order to receiving scale ticket, determine the weights used for pricing, and review relevant purchasing reports.
In this course, users will learn how to create an invoice from the New Sales Invoice screen. It will also cover pricing, attaching a scale ticket w/o an order, and adjusting an invoice as well as running reports relevant to dealer invoices from the Report Master screen.
In this class, you will learn how to issue payments for dealer purchase settlement tickets, directly from a purchase ticket, or from the payment center. You will also learn how to tie a manual check to a purchase ticket, set up dealer defaults for payments, search for payments, and void payments.
In this class, you'll learn how to enter cash receipts, apply monies to invoices, search and edit cash receipts, handle under/overpayments, use debit credit memos and run relevant reports.
This course shows users how to create a claim and apply the refund amount to a future transaction, or issue a payment immediately.
In this class, you will learn how to use the Checking Account Reconciliation feature to create a new reconciliation, make adjustments within a reconciliation, and void or reprint an existing reconciliation.
In this class, students will learn how to create a new purchase or sales order, open/search for orders, close orders, and generate relevant reports.
This class covers how to give a cash advance to a vendor, for a future purchase. Students will be taken through the process of creating an advance, issuing the advance payment and then applying the advance to the purchase, once material has been received. Reports on advances will also be reviewed.
This class covers how to receive a cash advance from a customer, prior to shipment of material. Students will be taken through the process of creating an advance, receiving cash, and then applying the advance to the sale, once material has been shipped. Reports on advances will also be reviewed.
In this class, you will learn how to create a new broker ticket from the dealer menu, add container information, purchase and invoice a broker ticket, and how to process a rejected material for a broker weight. We will also review search and relevant reports for this feature.
A booking is a reservation made with a shipping line for containers that are being shipped overseas. In this course you'll learn how to prepare containers before a booking has been issued.
This class covers how to correct inventory weights and dollar values, as well as weight transfers from one commodity to another for upgrading/downgrading items. Reporting and searching options will also be demonstrated.
Step 1 of the month end accounting procedures. In this course students will learn how to evaluate the status of shipping and receiving scale tickets and how the completion of these transactions determines current inventory values.
Step 3 of the month-end accounting procedures. In this course students will be taken through the A/R and A/P reconciliation procedures.
Step 2 of the month end accounting procedures. In this course, students will learn how Recosting values inventory, the procedures for making final inventory adjustments, and the importance of locking down these values.