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Optimize Your Manufacturing, Supply Chain, and Sales with Odoo Inventory

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In this post-pandemic era, control and manage your stock levels, better. With the Odoo Inventory Management module, you can oversee your warehouse, vendors, purchase flows, and other functions with ease.

Features

  • Double Entry inventory: For full traceability from the supplier to the customer.

  • Mobile: Scan products in your warehouse using the barcode scanner.

  • Correct already posted transactions: Update transactions that have already been posted through the new lock/unlock button.

  • Flexibility: Easily manage a single inventory or a complex multi-warehouse environment by activating features on demand.

  • Delivery orders: Pack orders and deliver with or without barcode scanners. Odoo prepares delivery orders for you based on product availability.

  • Inventory adjustments: Do an inventory for a zone, a specific product, a lot, or a pallet/box. Odoo Inventory also allows for cycle counts.

  • Multiple locations: Use hierarchical locations to structure the warehouse by zones, rows, shelves, etc.

  • Manufacturing and repairs: Integrate with other applications for manufacturing orders, repairs orders, etc.

  • Receipts: Control incoming products and compare to what was ordered from the supplier.

  • Packing: Pack products with just a click and assign barcodes to packs for easy tracking of orders.

  • Scrap products: Scrap products in just a few clicks and get clear reports on scrapping on parameters such as their costs, reasons, and volumes.

  • Stock transfers: Use the simple transfer interface to move products from one location to another.

  • Drop-shipping: Deliver products to customers straight from your supplier based on products, orders, or customers.

  • Cross-Docking: Unload incoming material and directly transfer to outbound gates.

  • Put away and removal strategies: Define storage and removal strategies such as FIFI, nearest available zone, LIFO, etc.

  • Pick-Pack–Ship: Design your order process flow, be it single or multiple steps.

  • Push and pull routes: Design product routes to automate transfer orders between warehouses or locations.

  • Multi-warehouses: Manage all your warehouses with the same system and define replenishment rules between warehouses.

  • Barcode scanners: Use barcode scanners for inventory operations such as inventories, incoming shipments, packing orders, etc.

  • Customer Portal: Let customer track their order status into the customer portal: orders, invoices, delivery order status, etc.

  • Custom Alerts: Define alerts on products or suppliers that should appear for a salesperson when they make quotations.

  • Smart Scheduler: Trigger operations automatically based on product availability and forecasts of orders

  • Powerful search: Scan a barcode or filter based on criteria such as customer, product, etc.

  • Minimum Stock: Have proposition of purchase orders (or request for quotations) created by Odoo based on future stock forecasts.

  • Request for quotations: Trigger requests for quotations automatically based on future needs.

  • Make-to-Order: Purchase raw materials or manufacture products to order.

  • Activity log: Attach history of operations to every document for traceability.

  • Serial numbers tracking: Track manufacturer lots with barcode or serial numbers. Define and choose which transactions require tracking.

  • Perpetual valuation: Get inventory valuation posted in real-time in your accounting software for an accurate balance sheet.

  • Product types: Product types have different behavior, such as physical products, consumables, services, digital products.

  • Custom fields: Add as many custom fields as you want on products.

  • Expiration dates: Track expiration dates on products.

  • Multiple units of measure: Odoo supports multiple units of measure and automatically converts tons to Kilograms.

  • Costing methods: Odoo WMS supports FIFO, Average Cost (AVCO), and standard price for product costing methods.

  • Landed costs: Reincorporate landed costs into your product costs to get an accurate valuation of your inventory.

  • Valuation methods: Use continental or Anglo-Saxon accounting (to record cost of goods sold)

  • Perpetual inventory calculation: Set real-time, automated, or periodic inventory valuation mode by product.

  • Dashboard: Build dashboards with the advanced reporting engine. Share filters with the team.

  • Inventory forecast: Based on confirmed sales orders, purchase orders, or manufacturing orders as well as internal moves.

Navabrind Solutions Capability

  • 100’s of successful e-commerce implementations
  • 10+ years of expertise
  • Certified Odoo Partner
  • 50+ experienced engineers
  • Clients in the US, Europe, India and Southeast Asia

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