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Knowledge ERP Inventory Documentation

What are Inventory Categories

Inventory Categories provide a flexible and hierarchical way to organize your inventory, enabling you to group items based on common characteristics or location.

What are Inventory SKUs

Inventory SKUs are a way to describe a group of inventory items that share similar characteristics such as name, quantity or units, and sometimes a shared UPC. They enable you to easily manage and track multiple inventory items with similar attributes, as well as quickly identify them for ordering or restocking purposes.

What are Inventory Kits

Inventory Kitting, a fundamental concept in inventory management, involves grouping multiple inventory items together as a single unit, streamlining inventory tracking and simplifying order management.

What are Inventory Pre-Assembled Kits

Pre-Assembled Kits in Knowledge ERP are a powerful tool for managing inventory items that are assembled from multiple component SKUs. They simplify inventory assembly, tracking, and cost calculation, allowing you to efficiently manage complex products made up of various parts.

What are Inventory Items

Inventory Items are individual records in your inventory system that represent a specific physical inventory item. They contain important information such as the related Inventory SKU, location, amount remaining, and other relevant details.

What are Custom Fields

Custom Fields allow users to store additional information beyond the default fields in the inventory management system, and can be created for inventory categories, inventory SKUs, inventory items, sales orders, and customers. This feature helps users to better manage and track their inventory by allowing them to store and view specific information tailored to their business needs.

What are Facilities

Facilities are a way to group your inventory locations in a logical and organized manner. With facilities, you can define and manage multiple locations, such as stores, stockrooms, warehouses, or distribution centers, that are separated from one another but still part of your overall inventory management system.

What are Inventory Locations

Inventory Locations are specific places within a facility where inventory items are located, used to easily locate and track inventory items.

What are Inventory Reorder Points

Inventory Reorder Points allow you to set a minimum and maximum inventory level for each item, triggering a notification when the inventory falls below the minimum level.

What is Asset Check In and Check Out

Asset check in and check out is a feature that allows you to manage equipment and other assets by assigning them to specific users. You can set due dates, view check-out history, and track when equipment is checked back in.

Tracking Asset Check-Out in Your Inventory Management

In today's fast-paced business world, efficiently managing your organization's assets is crucial. Asset tracking, especially when dealing with valuable equipment that moves between team members, can be a daunting task. To streamline this process, many companies turn to asset check-out systems.

What are Inventory Stock Adjustment

Inventory Stock Adjustment are used to track how much and what type of stock changes occur with your inventory.

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