The Inventory command centre is a powerful tool that allows you to track the value of the items you buy, sell and build.
Whether you're using a perpetual or periodical inventory system, you'll need to create a record for each item. If you have inventory in a different program, like Excel, you can import your item information.
You can even create an item record for services that you want to include on item invoices, such as a ‘service fee’, ‘1-hour consultation’ and so on.
If you had stock on hand as at the first day you started using AccountRight, and you want to track the on-hand quantities and values of your stock, you need to enter your inventory opening balances.
Stock in, stock out
Your stock levels are managed by the purchases and sales you enter in your software.
Had some stock arrive but haven’t been invoiced for it yet? You can still receive the item in your software, so that you're tracking your stock accurately.
Need to make a change to the amount of stock on hand? You can adjust item quantities and values . For example, if your inventory gets damaged, you may have to write off some of your inventory or revalue it.
Update your selling prices in one place, without having to go into each item separately.
Tailor your pricing based on different customer types, quantity sold or both.
Create custom lists that you can apply to your items. This allows you to filter and group your items based on any of the 3 lists that may be assigned.
Create custom fields to record additional item information, such as Warranty, Serial Number and so on.
Do you create finished items to sell that are made up of multiple items from your stock? You can build items made up of multiple components. For items that you build often, you can use the Auto‑Build function to automatically build the finished items.
Review your inventory
Review your inventory information to identify trends and keep track of your business.
Reconcile your inventory to help identify errors and ensure you’re entering things the right way.
And remember, you should always do a physical stocktake as part of your end‐of‐period procedures.