Tracking Warehouse Inventory
Warehouse Standard Inventory can be any inventory item that does not have an expiry date. The Warehouse Standard Inventory is defined by a stock number and the ability to be tracked by location, number, and quantity. The same stock number can be used at multiple locations.
Warehouse Standard Inventory
Warehouse Batch-Lot Inventory, inventories that are associated with expiration dates, such as food, medical supplies, chemicals, etc. Batch–lot inventory tracking also enables date codes and lot codes tracking.
Warehouse Batch-Lot Inventory
Warehouse Serialized Inventory allows individual tracking of inventory items from purchase to sale. The serialized inventory also allows for the contents of the item to be quantified. For example, appliances, equipment, medication vials, and chemical drums.
Warehouse Serialized Inventory
Warehouse Serialized with Quantity items are items that the quantity will be consumed/used while in inventory, such as medication bottles with pills, chemical drums with contents that get used, rolls of paper/pulp/ textiles with the material being used up over time.
Warehouse Serialized with Quantity
Warehouse Non-Inventory allows tracking of anything that is issued out, but not received. For example, the ability to track and issue man-hours, services, and currency.