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Guide for Inventory Report, Silent Printing and Pick List Presentation

                               

 

Silent Printing

 

We are excited to introduce the Silent Printing feature for shipping labels in our latest release. Now, you can effortlessly print shipping labels via either a USB-connected printer or a WiFi printer using the admin panel. This feature streamlines your shipping processes, reduces manual intervention, and ensures a seamless label printing experience.

  • Adding new feature as Silent Printing of shipping labels: Silent printing automates the printing process without requiring user interaction.
  • Anchanto Admin can enable silent printing shipping label. Once it is enabled, shipping label is auto printed.
  • Silent printing for shipping labels automates the process of printing labels for packages and shipments without the need for user interaction, streamlining logistics and shipping operations. 



Adding New Inventory Report: 
 

An inventory report provides a comprehensive snapshot of a company's stock, including product details, quantities, values, and other relevant information.

 

The report is crucial for managing stock levels efficiently, ensuring products are available when needed, and minimizing carrying costs and stockouts.

 

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1. Product Name in English and Localized:

  • The report display product names in both English and the local language for better clarity and accessibility.


2. UPC/EAN:

  • This report Includes the UPC / EAN for each product to facilitate tracking and identification.


3. SKU (Stock Keeping Unit):

  • Display the unique identifier for each product within the inventory to ensure accurate item management.


4. Base Unit of Measurement (Base UoM):

  • It is the standard unit of measurement for each product.

 

5. ATP (Available to Purchase):

  • Indicate the quantity of each product available for immediate Purchase.


6. Usable and Unusable Quantities:

  • Report on both usable and unusable stock quantities to differentiate between products that can be utilized and those that are damaged or defective.


7. Incoming Stock:

  • Highlight the quantity of products that have been received but are not yet allocated or processed for sale.


8. Picking Status:

  • Detail the status of items that have been picked for fulfillment but not yet shipped.


9. In-Process Items:

  • Show products that are currently in various stages of processing or manufacturing.


10. Problematic Orders:

  • Identify products associated with orders that have encountered issues or complications.


11. Blocked Usable and Blocked Unusable Stock: 

  • Specify the quantity of both usable and unusable stock that has been temporarily blocked for specific reasons. EX: If Inbound or Outbound shelf life is reached.


12. Buffer Levels: 

  • Report on the quantity of products maintained as a buffer or safety stock to ensure continuous availability.


13. Items Included in Stock Take: 

  • Indicate products that are part of ongoing stocktaking or physical inventory count efforts.


14. Items in Adjustment: 

  • Highlight products currently undergoing adjustments to correct stock discrepancies or errors.


15. Items in Transfer Stock:

  • Show products in transit between different locations or warehouses within the organization.

 

This comprehensive stock inventory report aims to provide a holistic view of inventory status, helping businesses effectively manage and optimize their stock levels while addressing specific operational and logistics considerations.

 

Stock Movement Report

 

A Stock Movement Report tracks the changes in inventory levels over a specific period, detailing items received, sold, transferred, or adjusted within a business's inventory system.

 

Users can generate a stock movement report, showing opening and closing balances, incoming and outgoing quantities, for a specified date range. This report should be downloadable for either a single company or all companies.

 

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1. Product Name in English and Localized:

  • The report display product names in both English and the local language for better clarity and accessibility.


2. UPC/EAN:

  • This report Includes the UPC / EAN for each product to facilitate tracking and identification.


3. SKU (Stock Keeping Unit):

  • Display the unique identifier for each product within the inventory to ensure accurate item management.


4. Base Unit of Measurement (Base UoM):

  • It is the standard unit of measurement for each product.

 

5.Opening Balance:

  • The opening balance signifies the quantity of a specific product that was in stock at the beginning of the reporting period. It serves as the starting point for tracking stock movements.

 

6.Stock IN (Inward Movement):

  • Stock IN represents the quantity of a product that has been added to the inventory during the reporting period. This can include new purchases, return orders, or canceled orders by which products enter the inventory.


7.Stock OUT (Outward Movement):

  • Stock OUT reflects the quantity of a product that has been removed from the inventory during the reporting period. This typically includes items sold, used in production, or transferred to other locations.


8.Stock Adjustment Correction:

  • Stock Adjustment Correction accounts for any changes made to the inventory to correct discrepancies, such as adjustments for damaged items, accounting errors, or other factors affecting stock accuracy.


9.Closing Balance:

  • The closing balance represents the quantity of a product remaining in stock at the end of the reporting period. It is calculated by adding the opening balance, stock IN, and adjustment correction and subtracting the stock OUT.

 

The Stock Movement report is crucial for inventory management, as it provides a comprehensive overview of how stock levels have changed over a specified timeframe. It allows businesses to monitor the flow of products in and out of their inventory, track adjustments, and calculate the remaining stock, aiding in decision-making related to restocking, order fulfillment, and inventory control.


 

Improved Pick List Presentation

 

In our latest update, we have enhanced the Pick List feature to provide a more intuitive and organized way to manage item picking across multiple locations. Previously, the location names were displayed as a comma-separated list, making it challenging to distinguish between different locations and quantities to be picked. With this update, users will now experience improved clarity and ease of use. Here's what's changed:

 

What's New:

 

  1. Individual Rows for Each Location: The Pick List will now present each location on a separate row, ensuring that users can clearly identify and manage items to be picked from different locations.
  2. Quantity Breakdown: Alongside each location, the system will display the quantity to be picked from that specific location. This breakdown simplifies the picking process, enabling users to focus on one location at a time.

 



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Released Version:

Web WMS Version : v 3.0.0 

 

 

We hope this feature contributes to an effortless user experience for you.  

In case of any queries, please reach out to us through any of our Helpline Channels.    


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