Editing Inventory Items
1. Go to Inventory on the right-hand menu.
2. Expand the Warehouse you know the item is in or search the inventory item that you want to edit.
3. Select the Edit option form the drop-down button on the right. The quick edit screen will appear.
3. Edit the required fields.
4. This module contains the following fields:
|Supplier||Compulsory field denoting the Supplier this item is purchased from.|
|Category||Compulsory field that categorises the item. Used for searching items in the Inventory and Warehouse list-views.|
|Sub Category||An additional category tag, the user may choose to set up to further categorise their items.|
|Item||Compulsory Item description field.|
|Part No.||The item's product code or ID. Can be used for searching using a bar-code scanner as it is typically shorter than the item description.|
|Cost Price (Ex GST)||The item's cost price. Sell prices will be calculated by applying the markup % based on this value.|
|Markup %||The item's regular markup %. This value overrides the Material Markup % in Settings->My Business->Job Financials.|
|Sell Price (Ex GST)||The item's regular sell price, based on the cost and markup % above.|
|Price Levels Grid||These Price Level names and default values can be configured in Settings->Features->Inventory->Price Levels. When filled, these settings override the Markup % and Sell Price above. These settings in turn are over-ridden by Price Level markup settings for the Client and their Locations, however they come in force when the Client/Location does not have price level markups set. In other words, these can be used to set up a special pricing scheme for individual items.|
|Quantity in Stock||
The quantity of this item held in stock.
Note: A negative value indicates that more of this item has been sold than EMAC held in stock. This may mean that the item requires a stock count.
|Current Image||An image of the item.|
|New Image||Press the Choose File button to load a new image.|
|Set Low Stock Alert||
Ticking this box allows the user to do one of two things;
|Low Stock Alert||Enter a stock level value, at or below which the system will issue a Low Stock Alert for this item.|
5. Select the Save button.