Increasing or decreasing the quantity of stock
Where ProSKU decides where to put the stock automatically
A reference recorded against received products, usually assigned at the point of manufacture
An action taken to bring stock into the system other than through a receipt process.
An extra descriptive tag you can add to certain types of data
The ability to bring data from or send data out to other systems
The address for delivery of an order
Paper despatch documentation to accompany despatched stock
A method of rotation based on ‘first in, first out’
Carriers, etc. who transport goods from your warehouse
Individual Putaway Item
An item such as a pallet, which is putaway as one item rather than collectively like loose items
A method of rotation based on last in, first out
Anywhere that goods can be placed or stored
Locations grouped together to a set of locations for a particular goods set
A set of rules to govern where products are putaway based on location groups and zones
Any process that involves the physical moving of stock
A list of movements with a unique reference
Anyone for whom you hold or store stock in your warehouse
A third party user with limited access to the system to view valid stock and order information
The unique reference assigned to a pallet on receipt into the system as well as any new pallets as a result of rework e.g. pallet split
The unique identifying code for each product you store.
A collection of products grouped for reporting purposes.
A location designated specifically for picking frequent, smaller orders.
Rules which govern the way stock is picked to achieve certain operational benefits.
The process of moving stock received into a storage location
The term for recording putaway details of goods after they have been put away.
Codes used to identify the reason for an action e.g. a stock adjustment.
Date goods are received and rotation method where oldest receipt date is picked first.
A process of renewing the stock available for picking in a pick face
Rules which govern the way stock is picked to renew the stock as above
A generic term referring to the way stock is rotated to ensure correct turnover
A method of rotation which uses a date like a ‘sell by’ or ‘best before’ date
Individual reference numbers which are sometimes assigned to certain products
The act of separating palletised stock down into more than one pallet
Something that refers to the physical condition or availability of stock in the warehouse
Specific providers of goods that you store in your warehouse
The act of moving product from one location in the warehouse to another.
Unit of Measure(UOM) Primary
A primary unit on which others are stored e.g. a pallet storing cases
Unit of Measure UOM Secondary
The secondary (stored) unit where you are using a primary unit
Any named user within your organisation with system access
Zones in which you can create permanent storage locations
Zones you can create for temporary location of products.
Zones you can create for use with movements into and out of the warehouse.