No. During the disassembly, a serial or batch number must be assigned to all the component products, so these disassemblies must be done manually.
Keep control of your sales with easy to track order control
Create partial shipments and partial invoices to reflect the physical processes of your sales.
Manage your sales orders in a way that reflect your business processes, including quotes, orders, shipments and invoices, without needing to cross-reference complicated spreadsheets.
- Partial orders
Create a partial shipment only when some products of an order are shipped, and create a partial invoice alongside it. The partial invoice is sent to your accounting software, ready for payment, and accurately reflecting when your goods were shipped.
- Backorder stock
Products you don’t have on hand are put on backorder. Quickly check the status of orders that are shipped, partially shipped or backordered with the Backorder Enquiry.
Purchase backordered stock
Don’t lose track of what needs to be bought in order to complete a sales order. Purchase orders can be created from a sales order when you don’t have stock.
- Automated process
When you create a purchase order for out of stock items, the default supplier details and quantity required are autocompleted and then linked to the sales order.
- Stock up and sell
Once the stock has come in, you can check the Backorder Enquiry and see if your sales order is ready to ship. See what else has partially shipped so you’re always on top of getting your goods out the door.
Set stock aside for sale
Reserve stock for future sales or for specific sales channel. Have visibility on your stock-on-hand so you know when to buy more stock.
- Product allocations
Allocated stock is stock that is dedicated to a particular incomplete sales order; this includes inventory with specific batch or serial tracking numbers. Individual orders can be deallocated in order to free up stock and give you flexibility with your sales.
- Inventory forecasting
Monitoring the Product Allocations report gives you a strong idea of what goods might need to be purchased in soon. You can filter this report by order date, warehouse, product description and more to avoid stock outs and refine your forecasting.
Check overdue sales on the dashboard
Sales alerts that let you know which orders are past their ‘required by’ date and need to be fulfilled. Stay on top of order fulfillment with this daily at a glance reminder and ensure your customers are satisfied.
Complete sales cycle
Order management allows you to fine tune your sales process, from quotes to shipments and invoices.
Ship the products you have in stock to your customer, backorder the remaining goods and create the purchase order on the spot; all with the reporting and alerts that make it easy to manage your sales cycle.
Order Management FAQ
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Can I auto-disassemble products with serial or batch numbers?
Can I have more than one Bill of Material per product?’
Only one Bill of Material can be used per product to break it down into component products, however a component product can result from more than one disassembled finished good. For example a box of umbrellas can be disassembled into individual umbrellas, and a crate of umbrellas can also be disassembled into individual umbrellas.
Where do I turn on disassembly?
Each product can be toggled as being ‘Can Auto-assemble’ and ‘Can Auto-Disassemble’ on a Bill of Materials. No separate Bill of Materials is needed. Manual disassemblies can be create under the Production menu.
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