Stock Levels

The Stock Levels page displays the quantities and processes to generate purchase orders.

The column descriptions are as follows.

Item:
Lists the complete item name that exists in the inventory list.  
On Hand: Displays the current stock quantity under on hand and the unpacked quantity of the item

Orders:
Displays the item quantity ordered in all current orders, the par level quantities and the total unpacked quantity + the par level quantity under the total

Purchase Calculation:
Shows the required quantity (ordered + minimum quantity) and any extra quantities added. 

Purchase:
Is the total to purchase which is calculated according to stock on hand, what has been ordered, minimum quantities, rounding up and repacking. 

Closing Stock:
Is the quantity remaining after the current orders have been filled and shipped.

Round Up:
If the round up button is active an extra column will display in the purchase calculation. It is the quantity required to achieve the repack quantity

Repack:
If the repack button is active an extra column will display in the purchase calculation which shows the quantity of the repacked item required.

Production Item:
Of by default. Shows only items that have been assigned as production items.

The menu functions are as follows; 

Date:
Default shows tomorrows date which is the date required to generate purchase orders for ordering items today. Changing this date will also show items in future orders

Show only required items:
By default is in the on position, being active it only shows items that are needed to fill today’s orders.

Round up:
By default is on, adds the quantity required to complete the difference in quantity to achieve the repack .

Repack Items:
By default is on, make it active when you require items to be repacked into different package quantities. Round up must be active to repack. Repack is used if you purchase an item in a different way to how you sell it. e.g: Purchase in a 12kg box but sell per kg.

Production Items:
Shows only items that have been assigned as production items. These items that are not sold but used in the production of another product. e.g: if you sell bread rolls but want to keep stock control of the flour used to make the bread. then tuning this radio button on will allow you to generate purchase order to purchase flour.

Save Extra Qty:
Click this button to save quantities that were added in extra qty.

Print Stock:
Prints a list of all item quantities of stock on hand

Print Purchase Qty:
Prints a list of items that need to be purchased to fill the current orders

Save & Proceed:
Click to generate the Purchase Orders. The purchase order will then be displayed


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