Inventory Management

  • Inventory Item List :
    1. Inventory item List has detailed search filter.
    2. You can create sales and purchase orders directly for the selected items.
    3. You add new and update selected item.
    4. On top of the list header, on the right-hand side, the list reports the totals for the buying cost and the selling price for the listed items. These figures should help you to know how much money on the warehouse shelves and the expected revenue.
    5. You can execute mass edit for item Options:
      1. Show Quantity.
      2. Publish in Global Catalogue.
      3. Is Collactable/Deliverable.
  • The inventory item editor allows you to handle a wide spectrum of item attributes. Item header attributes
    1. Header Attributes.
    2. Price attributes. Cost Price is for manufactured items. The buying price is for items that been supplied by a supplier.
    3. Quantity attributes
    4. Lists which support business activities.
    These attributes include:
    1. Mandatory eight attributes which include Name (Short description), major and minor category, SKU, model code, brand name, the unit price, and the quantity unit.
    2. GL Category (Capital (Receivables) or Asset (equipment)). This attribute is to provide better accounting practice.
    3. Class. First class or second class.
    4. Lead Time. This attribute is essential for items that you want to sell on the Global Catalogue.
    5. Item full description.
    6. Warranty attributes could be one or all: general, labor and part.
    7. Physical attributes include dimensions, weight, size/volume, and colour.
    8. Price and tax-related attributes.
    9. Quantity related attributes.
    10. Attributes described by a list.
    Lists which supports business activities. These lists are:
    1. Multi-tier pricing.
    2. Bill of Material (BoM). This is to support manufacturing process.
    3. Quantity distribution across suppliers. Consequently, eCBK supports multiple suppliers for the same SKU.
    4. Images and files (examples: data sheet, certificate of conformance, certificate of origin, etc.).
    1. Current item attbutes.
    2. Quantity change history
    3. The sales orders that include the underlaying item.
    4. The purchase orders that include the underlaying item.
    5. Total of sales