Package adjustment is used to set the initial quantity of pre-packed packages, and will also be necessary to increase or decrease the amount of packages you have. This change will be reflected in item information, showing the updated quantity.
All adjustments are recorded and available to view in Item Stock Activity.
This manual method of inventory adjustment may be used to take a package temporarily out from your inventory, even if it hasn’t been sold, or to disassemble the package back into single items for purchase.
Get to the page below via Homepage > Inventory
After selecting an item category, tap ‘Packages’.
Select the package you wish to adjust, followed by tapping ‘Package Adjustment’.
Select whether to increase or decrease the quantity of the package.
Times and Dates
Performed Time and Date
This refers to when this adjustment was physically made (e.g. If the adjustment was made a few days ago).
Transaction Time and Date
This refers to when this adjustment was put into the system. This will appear in the item stock activity page.
Tap and choose, from the drop down menu, the location from where the inventory adjustment was made (e.g. Warehouse).
Tap the field and, by using the numeric keypad, input the amount by which to amend your stock.
Here displayed is all the items that make up this package. You may tap on an item’s ‘Inventory Location’ field and choose from where the inventory adjustment for this item was made (e.g. Warehouse).
Use this field to add any other relevant information (e.g. Why the package adjustment was performed).
After tapping the check mark to save the package adjustment, the package’s new quantity will be displayed in its item information, as highlighted below.
For example, you have 10 t-shirts and 10 hats in your inventory, and decide to create a pre-packed package consisting of 1 of each item. After increasing the quantity of the package by one, you would then have 9 t-shirts, 9 hats, and 1 package in your inventory. If you increased the quantity of the package by two, you would have 8 t-shirts, 8 hats, and 2 packages.