Secure all your transactions from quality control to contract tracking, as well as your inventory, with ERP Inventory Management, and reduce your inventory costs.
In this module, general definitions such as units of measurement information, coding formats, stock movement information, parameters, etc., which will become the basis of the multi-unit structure valid in the stock system, are made. The inventory card is defined.
The inventory card contains the information to be used in all subsystems of the products, semi-products, materials and services defined in the business. The inventory can be grouped as desired in the catalogs created. These groups can be used in the same way in query and record operations in other subsystems.
According to the defined parametric request authority and approval definitions, the system checks the material output requests.
Users make requests for material stock outs according to their authority and these requests are processed after they are approved. In the system, stock entry transactions, exit transactions, referral transactions, freeway entry and exit transactions, reserve transactions, inquiries and reporting are done in a flexible manner. Multi-measure support is available for all stock operations. There are functions that enable efficient and easy monitoring of outsourced freight operations and semi-finished goods during freeway input and output operations. Incoming material can be separated for work order, order or customer (Reserved operations). Emerge from this reserve can be done at the appropriate job.
The system has the ability to define the warehouse hierarchically. Transfer operations between warehouses are possible.
Census plans are made on the basis of business, group or single material basis or warehouse, and census records can be entered and analyzed. The system allows summarizing the results of the counting in a graphical way. In addition, the counting differences are recorded automatically by creating stock movements.
Inventory policies can be used to control inventory levels. The system suggests the appropriate policy and security stock amount according to stock policy variables. According to the selected policy, at the end of inventory inputs and outputs, the system creates warning and order lists. Purchase order can be given from these lists.
With Inventory Management System,
You can make all stock entry transactions according to long-term agreements defined in Purchasing Management, and you can inquire transactions made with these agreements according to the defined period and turnover.
All inventory entry operations are integrated with Quality Management Input Quality Control operations.