BellHawk is a software platform for implementing job and materials tracking data-capture applications, using barcode and RFID technologies, as well as for performing materials tracking and traceability and rules-based on-demand barcode labeling.
The following are links to download Adobe PDF files for the BellHawk® User Manuals. You may be required to provide your name and email in order to register on this website in order to view the manuals. Please be advised that these manuals may sometimes be out of date, as our software is continuously being improved ahead of updates to the manuals.
Introductory Users Manual: This manual gives an overview of the BellHawk software and the concepts used in this software. It also gives details of how to use features common to all the modules such as scanning transactions and reports.
System Administrators Users Manual: This manual gives details about how to setup user and device logins as well as global systems parameters.
Job Tracking System (JTS) User Manual: This manual gives details of how to use the BellHawk Job Tracking System (JTS) edition of BellHawk to track the status of batch/service work orders as they progress from operation to operation. It also describes how to track the labor consumed on each operation, the elapsed time for each operation, and the "piecework" quantities produced as a result of each operation.
Materials Tracking System (MTS) Users Manual: This manual gives details of how to use the container-based materials tracking functions in BellHawk including receiving, put away, entry, shipment, withdrawal and adjustment. Also covers location and nested container tracking.
Job and Materials Tracking System (JMTS) User Manual: This manual gives details of how use the production tracking features of BellHawk. This includes setting up work orders in BellHawk, including routes and BOMs, and then recording the usage of materials and labor time against operations or work order steps. It includes details of how to record and track scrap and WIP (work-in-progress) as well as giving details of production reports available.
Warehouse Management System User Manuals
The BellHawk Warehouse Management System (WMS) User Manual includes details about each of the following optional modules. These can be licensed individually or together as the BellHawk WMS Bundle.
PO Receiving option: How use the BellHawk purchase order (PO) receiving module. This optional modules enables the entry or import of POs into BellHawk and the receipt of materials against these POs.
Picking option: How to generate barcoded picking sheets for Work Order Step Bills of Materials, Ship Orders (with Ship Order Module) and Material Move Tickets. It then details how to use these picking sheets with the Pick transaction to record the picking and packing of materials.
Ship Order option: How to enter ship orders and then how to record the shipping of materials against these ship orders. This module is typically used in conjunction with the Picking Module and sometimes with the Shipping Dock option.
Shipping Dock Option: Enables the tracking and control over the loading of pallets and other containers onto trailers and ocean-freight containers. It enables checking of the pallets being loaded so as to ensure they are loaded onto the correct trailer.
BellHawk Inventory Auditing Option: How to use the BellHawk Inventory Auditing Module to perform "blind" inventory audits as well as to record discrepancies in inventory. It also describes how to track the resolution of reported discrepancies.
Remote Desktop Interface (RDI) User Manual. The BellHawk Remote Desktop Interface (RDI) is a Windows desktop program that is intended to provide remote desktop access to the data in the BellHawk database in such a way as not to interfere with the speed of barcode scanning in the BellHawk data collection and tracking system.
Also, please see MDEX User and Data Exchange User Manuals in the MilramX User Manual section.
User Defined Parameter User Manual: This manual provides details about how to extend BellHawk to capture and use additional user defined data items without the need to customize BellHawk.
Part 11 User Manual This document details the features used to make BellHawk compliant with the requirements of CFR 21 Part 11. This compliance is required for any tracking software used as part of a validated inventory or work-in-process tracking solution in an FDA regulated GMP Environment.
Quality Control Option User Manual: This manual gives details of how to setup the quality control options within BellHawk so that BellHawk can track the Quality Control status of containers and individually barcoded items and provide warnings when users attempt to use or ship materials that have not passed QC inspection.
Project Option User Manual: This manual describes how to use the project tracking option which enables Purchase Orders, Work Orders, and Ship Orders, as well as project related inventory, to be tracked as part of an overall project. This option brings with it warnings if the user attempts to use materials purchased or made for one project on another project.
BellHawk WCS User Manual: This users manual gives detailed guidance as to how to setup and use the scheduling features of BellHawk.
Equipment Tracking Option User Manual: This manual gives details of how use the BellHawk equipment tracking option and run groups.
Rules-Based Barcode Label Printing Option User Manual: This manual gives details of how to use the BellHawk TAG module to automatically generate labels on demand and to pre-print labels on a wide variety of barcode printers. It also describes how to layout labels with user specified data fields.