This article will explain all about Stock Records and how to use them within Inventory Hub.
Inventory Hub allows you to create Parts and Stock Records. A part is essentially something that would exist in a catalog. It should be something that you order and reorder and something that you want to carry stock of. Stock Records represent a unique instance of a part at a given location, condition, status, and price.
- Quantity is required and cannot be greater than 1 if the part is serialized
- Unit of Measure will be adopted from the part and cannot be changed
- Status is required and will default to your system's default Stock Record Status
- Condition is required and will default to your system's default Condition
- Be sure to select the correct condition based on condition type. Only conditions of type airworthy will be included in your quantity on hand counts
- Serial Number is required if the part is serialized
- Inventory Location is required and will default to your system's default Inventory Location
- Bins can be created and assigned on the fly and you can use the same name across inventory locations
- Buy Cost should be populated if you want to track accurate inventory value
- Sell Price will be used when invoicing (Coming Soon!)
- Expiration dates can be entered and will alert once past due based on your Stock Record Alert Settings