In this video, learn how to use the inventory system and how it affects other systems.
- [Instructor] In our sales order and invoice, … we had inventory items. … are inventory items in SAP B1. … You can sell them as we did in the sales module, … combine them in the production module, … or buy them in the purchasing module. … Close everything up by going to Window, Close All. … You'll see a few modules and a few folders. … On top is the Item Master Data … where you store all your inventory items. … Document Printing is a fast way … to get a variety of documents reports printed … including some in the inventory reports, … inventory transactions, and pick and pack lists. … Bin Locations lets you locate your inventory items … in a specific place in your warehouse or warehouses. … Item Management can control serial numbers, … batch numbers, and alternate catalog numbers … for certain business partners. … Controlling, auditing, and moving your inventory around … happens in the Inventory Transactions folder. … Below them, you can set Price Lists for everyone, … specific groups or specific business partners. …
- Benefits and limitations of Business One
- Setting personal preferences
- Working with key modules, including Business Partners
- Granting and revoking user permissions
- Navigation and user functions
- Choosing the modules you need for your business
- Reporting in Business One
- Exporting reports and documents to Excel
- Changing the look and defaults of modules
Skill Level Beginner
Overview of the project1m 8s
2. Get Started
3. Modules: The Top 6
4. Navigation and User Functions
5. Choosing the Modules You Need
Next steps2m 21s
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