Stock Control

Posted by admin on January 07, 2015 in Toggle

You can hold multiple batches of stock in a Growing or Saleable state. Then move whole or part batches of stock between nursery locations or change sizes and pot sizes as your plants get re-potted.

 

All stock updates are recorded in an audit trail. You can give a specific reason for stock updates and report on them, for example how much stock was lost because of frost damage.

 

You can quickly find the information you require by filtering the inventory listing and other screens to show only the items that you need. You can select from common filters or create your own.

Generate crops from sales orders

Posted by admin on January 07, 2015 in Uncategorized

The Production Planning Module allows you to generate a crop directly from a sales order. It will check whether you have the production inventory required for the crop, apply the relevant production process template to the crop and give you start and end dates for production. You can check on expected production quantities and use wastage factors to determine how much excess will need to be produced in order to obtain the desired amount of grown product.

Integrate your retail website

Posted by admin on January 07, 2015 in Uncategorized

How do you keep track of your inventory when you are running a wholesale business and a retail website?

 

The Web Module will integrate your Growmaster inventory with your retail website, so you can stay on top of your inventory from one place. What’s more, the Web Module will allow you to pull orders straight back into your Growmaster from your retail website, saving you time and money.

Purchasing

Posted by admin on January 07, 2015 in Uncategorized

Control all of your purchases and suppliers.

 

You can purchase for general or job-specific stock, or generate purchase orders directly from stock shortages. You can produce quotation requests for one or many suppliers.

 

You can use the “goods in” function to deliver stock in as growing or saleable stock. Then you can deliver stock in as a new batch or merge into existing batches.

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