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Inventory Control

Inventory control report is helpful when it comes to preview details of items in your branches and warehouses, such as productio quantity and transfer quantity.

How To Generate an Inventory Control Report

  1. Click on the “Reports” button on the sidebar.
  2. Click on “Inventory Control”.

How To Get The Most Out of The Inventory Control Report

  • Click on the date to select the date of the report.
  • You can select the type of data showing on a report by using a filter. Select the needed criteria by clicking on the “Filter” button and then click “Apply”.
  • You can export the report by clicking on the “Export” button.

For instance, in order to know the purchaes quantity of the item “tomato” in a given branch: filter by both branch and item “tomato”.

How To Understand The Report

  • Opening Quantity: Quantity at the beginning of this period.
  • Opening Cost: Cost of opening quantity at the beginning of this period.
  • Purchasing Quantity: Quantity of purchased items.
  • Purchasing Cost: Cost of purchased items.
  • Transfer Receiving Quantity: Quantity received from transfers of this item.
  • Transfer Receiving Cost: Cost of the quantities received through the transfer receiving transaction.
  • Production Quantity: Quantity produced of this item.
  • Production Cost: Cost of production of this item.
  • Return From Order Quantity: Quantity returned of this item from the cashier to the branch.
  • Return From Order Cost: Cost of quantity returned from the cashier.
  • Total in Quantity: Sum of quantities from purchasing, receiving, production & return from order transactions.
  • Total in Cost: Cost of the (Total In) quantity.
  • Return to Supplier Quantity: Sum of quantities returned to suppliers.
  • Return to Supplier Cost: The total cost of the quantities returned to suppliers.
  • Transfer Sending Quantity: Quantity sent by transfers of this item.
  • Transfer Sending Cost: Cost of Sent quantities..
  • Consumption From Production Quantity: Sum of quantities consumed from production.
  • Consumption From Production Cost: Cost of quantities used in production.
  • Consumption From Order Quantity: Sum of quantities consumed in Cashier orders.
  • Consumption From Order Cost: Cost of quantities consumed in Cashier orders.
  • Waste From Order Quantity: Sum of quantities wasted by Cashier.
  • Waste From Order Cost: Cost of quantities wasted by Cashier.
  • Adjustment Quantity: Sum of deducted quantities from Quantity Adjustment transaction.
  • Adjustment Cost: Cost of of Quantity Adjustments.
  • Total Out Quantity: Sum of quantities from the return to supplier, transfer sending, consumption from order, consumption from production, waste from order & quantity adjustment transactions.
  • Total Out Cost: Cost of the Total Out Quantity.
  • Count Variance Cost: Cost of Count Variance.
  • Closing Quantity: Quantity at the end of the report period.
  • Closing Cost: Cost of Closing Quantity.

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