Inventory Control

Inventory Control

Inventory Control System:

  • The items code consists of 20 characters (Alphanumeric).
  • The user codes the items chart according to the item's specifications, type, and classification, with the possibility of dividing the items chart into an unlimited number of levels.
  • The system deals with stock and service items, sizes, and colors (models), and items that have dimensions such as length, width, and height.
  • The system allows multiple units of measurement per item (packaging levels), with the possibility of receiving and issuing any unit.
  • Supports dealing with alternative items.
  • Supports dealing with assembled items with the ability to assemble and disassemble items.
  • Dealing with item barcodes, hand-delivered devices, and inventory devices.
  • The ability to follow the expiry dates - lot number - batch number - serial number for each item.
  • Integrated with the Inventory Mobile Application of Al Motakamel ERP System.
  • Multiple stores (up to 9999 stores per branch).
  • A detailed system for sorting and filtering items at non-tree and infinite levels that helps collect information about any group of items in one report, according to the nature of filtering required.
  • The possibility of issuing from warehouses on cost centers (such as projects or production stages) with the possibility of monitoring the issuing according to a specific budget (quantity and value).
  • Support multiple policies for inventory evaluation such as weighted average cost / first in first out (at the company level or at the single store level at the level of a group of stores).
  • The system evaluates inventory based on the average cost or first-in, first-out.
  • The system allows more than one method to evaluate inventory according to the nature of the store or a group of stores.
  • The system tracks detailed transactions of receiving, issuing, and transferring in an analytical manner in different currencies.
  • The system follows up on the items' balances in warehouses (actual balance/reserved balance/free balance/goods on the way/ availability is required) in addition to following up on storage limits (maximum limit - minimum limit - reorder limit).
  • The possibility of monitoring the items' balances and transactions (loading / unloading / issuing to customers / receiving from customers /.... etc.) in distribution vehicles (direct sales).
  • The possibility of evaluating the stock voucher after adding the expenses.
  • The possibility of taking a stock inventory at any time of the year for any number of items and generating inventory deviation report with the possibility of creating inventory adjustments automatically from the system, whether by addition or deduction.
  • The system is integrated with other sub-systems (Accounts Payables System- Accounts Receivable System - General Ledger System – Production Control and Cost Accounting System ........).

 Some of the Inventory Control System Reports:

  • Report on inventory aging and slow-moving items.
  • Report on inactive items.
  • Report on the item balances at the level of the store, branch, and company (quantity – quantity/ values).
  • Report on the item balances analyzed at the level of all stores (quantity – quantity/ values).
  • Report on the item balances that will expire on a certain date (quantity – quantity/ values).
  • Report on a specific inventory transaction for a specific item or a group of items (quantity – quantity/ values).
  • Report on item transactions (quantity – quantity/ values).
  • Analyzing item balances using a filtering coding system different than the item codes, allows infinite flexibility for analysis.
  • Report on store position (quantity – quantity/ values).
  • Analytical item card reports (quantity/value).
  • Inventory value report at the store, branch, or company level.
  • Stock Taking Report.
  • Report on inventory deviations.
  • Report on the items that have reached the re-order limit.
  • Report on the issued to production during a certain period.
  • Report on issued items for a cost center during a period (Total – analytical).
  • Store card report.
  • Report on the receiving and issuing analysis for each store analyzed according to its categories.
  • Report on issuing deviations on cost centers.
  • Report on the issued-on cost centers.
  • Many other reports.