Inventory represents anything you sell or provide to customers for direct sale or inventory that is consumed as part of project implementation. Inventory needs to be stored somewhere,whether that be your shop, warehouse, vehicles, or in a storage yard. Command Force lets you manage your Inventory in a master list of what you track and the details of your cost, retail price, whether the items are taxed by default or not, and to categorize and subcategorize that inventory for faster searches. Track your inventory SKUs and Barcode values, notes and comments.
Each inventory record has an Estimate Description. This description is auto-inserted into any Estimate you create, which contains the inventory item as a line item, in an addendum section. Estimate Descriptions are coded in HTML so you can markup the content with bold, bullets, and other styles to make your descriptions more readable.
Each inventory record has an Invoice Description. Invoice Descriptions are coded in plain-text and are included in the final invoices sent to your customers, describing associated inventory.
Each inventory item can be associated with a Storage Location, where quantities are tracked. These items are called Stored Inventory and represent what you have available to use, and lets you track which items need replenshing. Adding inventory to invoices decrements your Stored Inventory levels, where removing them increases your Stored Inventory. The Stored Inventory management system lets you adjust levels as needed.
July 11, 2020