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Inventory Control

Inventory Control

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Inventory Control
Inventory Control is a complete multi-location inventory management systemthat keeps track of stock levels and processes inventory receipts, shipments,returns, and adjustments. Inventory Control includes extensive screen inquiryand reporting functions to give you the detailed, current information crucial for effective inventory management.
Integrate
advanced radio-frequency and bar-coding technology through SageAccpac WMS.
Handle
fractional quantities to four decimal places and maintain different unitsof measure for purchasing, selling, and stock-keeping.
Use
categories to classify stock and to allocate costs to departments or costcenters.
Include
250-character comments with each transaction detail.
Assign
as many as nine vendors per item with automatic update of the lastpurchase.
Specify
different item bin numbers for each inventory location.
Assemble
items using single-level bills of materials.
Combine
any number of items into a single kit and then sell the kit throughOrder Entry using a single kit price instead of a price per item.
Receive
both stock and non-stock items.
Maintain
as many as six different costs per location, including standard, mostrecent, average, last unit, and two optional user-defined costs.
Cost
items to six decimal places by moving average, FIFO, LIFO, standard,most recent, or user-specified costing methods.
Cost
transactions as soon as they are posted or during day-end processing.
Allocate
additional costs to transferred inventory items by quantity, cost, andweight, or manually specify the cost per item.
Assign
as many as five markup or five discount price levels per item and pricelist.
Cost
items by location with complete reporting.
Set
pricing by percentage or amount, and by customer type or quantitypurchased.
Maintain
separate price lists for different customer types, payment methods,regions, or currencies.
Define
an unlimited number of units of measure per item with fractionalconversion factors.
Review
complete transaction history and drill down to the originatingtransactions in Inventory Control, Purchase Orders, and Order Entry.

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