Inventory

By admin, June 13, 2011 3:46 am

ERP X3 Inventory

Sage ERP X3 Inventory ensures optimum coherence and realtime monitoring of inventory status data. Inventory control is fully user-definable on each site with the application of the multi-site, multi-warehouse and multi-location management. The module also incorporates some powerful quality control functions, also providing for total traceability of inventory quantities in real time, both upstream and downstream, by material flow management.
 
Main inventory features:
  Multistage warehousing and site management 
  Movements and transactions 
  RF data acquisition 
  Quality control 
  Cost calculation 
  Acquisition price tracing 
  Inventory control 
  Procurement  
 
Inventory Allocation and Delivery Scheduling
Inventory can be allocated to orders immediately or deferred to a separate process that allocates based on user-defined criteria.  
 
Comprehensive Product Information
Sage ERP X3 Inventory provides a common repository for maintaining product information used in sales, purchasing, warehousing, and production. Sage ERP X3 manages lots, serial numbers, shelf life, expiration dates, and potency. 
 
Location Management
Site parameters are used for flexible location numbering format definitions, as well as warehouse receiving, storage, and picking location assignments. 
 
Inventory Balance Snapshots
Sage ERP X3 allows users to view stock balances by site including on-hand, reserved, available, on-order, in-transit, on backorder, and QC, with further zooms to details at the location and lot levels. 
 
Quality Control
Quality control features include forward and backward tracing of all QC-related transactions, as well as managing the disposition of accepted and rejected items. 
 
Replenishment
Inventory replenishment rules and data are maintained by product and site to help balance customer service and inventory levels, including lead time, safety stock, reorder formulas, and firm and planning time horizons. 
 
Stock Movements
Sage ERP X3 manages all inbound, outbound, and intrasite stock movements. Receipts, shipments, intersite transfers, and returns are tightly integrated with sales and purchasing.