Inventory Control

Product inventory is recorded on the basis of 3 principal identification values namely; product code, unit-of-measure and batch identifier.

Product inventory is recorded for each product with the selective ability to monitor identifiable batches relating to either supply chain source or individual supplier receipts by internal receipt numbers or supplier batch identifiers.

The degree of batch identification is stipulated by the traceability setting for individual products.

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Identifiable warehouse/store location is an additional attribute recorded for product inventory, allowing the same item of tracked inventory to be stored in multiple locations.

A comprehensive audit trail of transactions underpin current inventory levels with numerous automated transactions being recorded as a consequence of operational activities (e.g. transactions added as a result of purchase order receipt or sales order shipment trace).

In addition clients are able to identify their own transaction identifiers in order to record activities, specific to their business, that have an impact upon inventory.

Examples of the latter might comprise; goods taken from inventory to be given to potential customers as samples or used at exhibitions or product demonstrations.

The transaction audit trail permits content filtering that allows users to focus very precisely upon the operational activities of the business that have affected any given inventory position.

Recorded inventory may be easily converted (between different units-of-measure), relocated to different storage areas, checked against transactional activity, adjusted for stock counts, linked to relevant PDF certification and associated with an expiry date.

Historic inventory may be established using a reversal of transaction activity and valued using a number of methods (average price, last purchase etcetera).

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News Items

March 2015
Distribution Features Added Pre-shipment inventory allocation comprises batch identification of planned despatch with a related facility to produce an advice note for communication to a distribution services provider.

Further facilities to record associated costs with an individual purchase order or sales order introduces the ability to monitor sales margin for identied batches of inventory.
June 2014
Telesales Added a further method to enter sales orders that allows review of past customer shipments with selective addition of items to the current order.
November 2013
Reverse Engineering Request Permits the recovery of finished item components that can be placed in stock for future use. Facility also integrated with purchase order receipt to allow a generalised item (such as timber bundle) to be associated with a defined set of underlying products which are received from the supply chain.
September/October 2013
Requirements Planning Raw material requirement calculation engine taking account of inventory levels to determine net purchase commitments, based upon any number of user defined plans to produce finished items and sub-assemblies. User acceptance testing estimated to be completed by December.
July 2013
Pricing Per Quantity Sales and purchase order pricing extended to further qualify the 4 digit line price as I, V, X, L, C and M to signify per 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 1,000 respectively.

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