For those staff members who are working inventory exclusively, the Warehouse menu offers all needed commands in one accessible place. The available commands are:
New Item (Ctrl-I). Allows you add a new part, kit, assembly, or service that you plan on obtaining from a Vendor and/or selling to a Customer.
New Location. Adds a record to the locations of your business, including offices, warehouses, production facilities, even vehicles.
New Location Transfer. A transactions that reflects the transfer of goods from one of your locations to another.
New Qty. Adjustment (Ctrl-A). Lets you manually adjust inventory quantities to detail such events as giveaways, theft, damage, etc.
New Value Adjustment. A transaction that changes the inherent value of your Items. Can be used to reduce value of obsolete inventory, or to assess depreciation for fixed assets.
Run Analysis. Create an entire batch of Purchase Orders (or Work Orders) at once based on the Items you need at the time.
Items. The parts, kits, assemblies, and services that you're making available to your customer base.
Locations. Your offices, warehouses, and production facilities.
Location Transfers. Maintains a record of all Items requiring shipment from one of your locations to another.
Quantity Adjustments. A table showing all instances of when Item quantities have been adjusted up or down.
Value Adjustments. Tracks all inventory value adjustments.
Inventory Reports. The reports that pertain to warehousing are available here. You can get the scoop on all reports, including inventory-related reports, on the Available Reports screen.