This article is to guide you on how to add more stock to your inventory (which essentially means increasing the stock of your products).
There are 2 ways to enter incoming stock to the inventory, Purchase Orders and Stock Take.
i) Purchase Orders
In your BackOffice, go to Products > Suppliers, add your supplier and their information on this page. Remember to click 'Save'.
On the product page (Products > Manage Products> select the desired Product), add the appropriate supplier under the 'Supplier' header.
In Stock Management > Purchase Orders, fill in the target supplier and store you wish to add stock (from the supplier) to.
Note: If the product is not...
a) assigned to that supplier
b) tracking Stock Level (under Edit Products)
... then you will not be able to create a Purchase Order for it as it will not appear in the Purchase Order.
Read more on on how to create Purchase Orders.
ii) Stock Take
You can use Stock Take to upload the inventory of one Store or any store you'd like. Below are the steps to create a Stock Take.
In your BackOffice, go to Stock Management > Stock Take > Start Stock Take. Choose a target store and target supplier.
Note: If you don't have supplier for the product, choose 'All Supplier' so that your products will appear on the list for you to change the new quantity. However, you must make sure you tick 'Track Stock Level' to track the quantity first.
Click on the 'Export Uncounted Items' button to key in the new quantity for your products.
Once you have exported the file, open your exported CSV file. Key in the new quantity at the 'Counted Qty' column and do not touch any other columns to ensure the changes will be successful.
Reimport the file after you have saved the new quantity amount for your products to the CSV.
The items you have successfully imported will appear in the 'Counted Items' list.
Read more on how to use CSV files for Stock Take here.
For more on what Stock Take does, click here to read more.
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