Setting Up Inventory
Before you can manage warehouse activities and inventory costing, you must configure the rules and values that define the company's inventory policies.
You can provide better customer service and optimise your supply chain by organising your inventory at different addresses. You can then buy, store, or sell items at different locations and transfer inventory between them.
|Define the general inventory setup, such as number series and how to use locations.||Set Up General Inventory Information|
|Configure an efficient distribution model with a combination of different locations and responsibility centres assigned to business partners or employees.||Work with Responsibility Centres|
|Organise your inventory at multiple locations, including transfer routes.||Set Up Locations|
|Create item cards for inventory, non-inventory, or service items that you trade in.||Register New Items|
|Use the Copy Item function to quickly create a new item card based on an existing one.||Copy Existing Items to Create New Items|
|Learn how to fill in the Type field on item cards according to the business purpose.||About Item Types|
|Set up multiple units of measure for an item that you can use as alternate UOMs, for example on sales, purchasing, or production transactions.||Set Up Item Units of Measure|
|As a supplement to item cards, record information about your items in a specific location or of a specific variant.||Set Up Stockkeeping Units|
|Assign items to categories and give them attributes to help you and customers find items.||Categorise Items|
|Import multiple item pictures in one go from a zip file where the files are named according to item numbers.||Import Multiple Item Pictures|
|Specify default reports to be used for different document types.||Report Selection in Business Central|