SBOM Generator

250 Hours

Before Automation

30 Hours

After VBA Automation

220 Hours

Time Saved per month

  • Industry:
  • Electronics Manufacturing Services and Original Design Manufacturer

Company Profile: It is an American multinational technological manufacturer, with corporate headquarters in Singapore and administrative in Silicon Valley, California. It is the third largest global EMS, ODM Company by revenue.

  • Department:
  • Finance
  • Tool(s) Used:
  • Microsoft Excel VB Programming (Macro)

Need for Automation:

I am required to create the Service Bill of Material(SBOM) which helps to recognize serviceable and non-serviceable parts of a vehicle. The process carried out by classifying the serviceable and non-serviceable parts and then group the child parts to their main parts for service. The service department takes 2 hours a day to generate SBOM by downloading the source data from the ERP System. Since there is a lot of human interevent and lack of vehicle model knowledge, the process is difficult and chances of huge errors. Thus, an automation process on SBOM will kill the process consumed time and other inclined mistake.

Cost-Benefit Analysis (Post Macro Implementation)





Time consumed manually

25 Minutes

Time Consumed for automated activity

3 minutes

Total time savings per activity

22 minutes

Total time saved Per month

220 hours

Take 12-day session, and we will teach you how to Automate your Excel Reports and Processes using VB Programming and, save hours of work for you and the Company. You don’t need to know programming. All you should have is the adequate knowledge of Excel Functions.

Upcoming Schedule:

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All our sessions are Classroom, Instructor-Led. If you feel, you need to assess your proficiency with Excel Formulae before reserving the seat, Schedule your pre-assessment with the support team at .

Throughout the course, you will be facilitated with 90 small-scale scenarios, 7case studies, and a Live VBA Project to implement the realtime automation back at work.

Ready to learn Excel VBA Macro?