stock Module

Purchase receipts can be generated from the system just at a click.

Delivery Notes can be generated from the system at a click followed by the previous documents.

A packing slip is a document that lists the items in a shipment.

It is usually attached to the goods delivered.

A Delivery Trip records Customer Deliveries in one vehicle.

Multiple stops can also be added and Submitted Delivery Note can be tagged per Customer.

System is capable for unlimited stores or warehouses

An Item Variant is a version of an Item with different attributes like sizes or colors.

Eg: Suppose t-shirt is an Item and it comes in different sizes and colors like small, medium, large and red, blue, green. In the system the t-shirt will be considered as an Item template and each of the variations will be an Item Variant.

blue t-shirt in size small rather than just a t-shirt. Item variants let you treat the smallmedium, and large versions of a t-shirt as variations of one Item ‘t-shirt’.

Without Item variants, you would have to treat the smallmedium and large versions of a t-shirt as three separate Items.

An Item Group is a way to classify items based on types.

Depending on the type of product, you can categorize an item under its respective field. If the product is service-oriented, assign it under the Item Group – service. If the product is used as a raw-material, assign it under the Raw Material category. In case, an item is used only in trading, you can categorize it under an Item Group called Trading.

System can record serial number.

Batch feature in the system allows you to group multiple units of an Item and assign them a unique value/number/tag called Batch No.

This is done based on the Item. If the Item is batched, then a Batch number must be mentioned in every stock transaction. Batch numbers can be maintained manually or automatically. This feature is useful to set the expiry date of multiple Items or move them together to different Warehouses.

System provides stock reconciliation.

Landed Cost is the final total cost associated with a product for it to reach the buyer’s doorstep.

Landed costs include the original cost of the item, complete shipping costs, customs duties, taxes, insurance, currency conversion fees, etc. All of these components might not be applicable in every shipment, but relevant components must be considered as a part of the landed cost.

A purchased Item being returned is known as a Purchase Return.

With the Purchase Return feature, you can return products to the Supplier. This may be on account of a number of reasons like defects in goods, quality not matching, the buyer not needing the stock, etc.

Customizable advance reporting.

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