With Business Central built-in intelligence, you can predict when and what to replenish in inventory. Purchase only what you need with dynamically updated inventory levels. This helps you reduce shortages and avoid lost sales. Automatically calculate stock levels, lead times, and reorder points. Suggest substitutes when requested items are out of stock. You maximize profitability when you get recommendations on when to pay vendors, use vendor discounts, or avoid overdue penalties. Moreover, you prevent unnecessary or fraudulent purchases through approval workflows.
Sales Order Management – Manage sales orders, blanket sales orders, and sales order processes, including sales returns.
Purchase Order Management – Manage purchases, blanket orders, and purchase order processes, including purchase returns.
Inventory – Set up items that you carry in your stock and specify their unit of measures, costing method, inventory posting group, unit cost, and price and other properties.
Item Transfers – Track inventory as it’s moved from one location to another and account for the value of inventory in transit at various locations.
Locations – Manage inventory in multiple locations that may represent a production plant, distribution center, warehouse, showroom, etc.
Assembly Management – Supports companies that supply products to their customers by combining components in simple processes without the need of manufacturing functionality. Specify a list of sellable items, raw materials, or resources as an Assembly Bill of Materials. Use assembly orders to replenish assembly items, to stock, or capture the customer’s special requirements.
Sales Invoicing – Set up, post, and print customer invoices and sales credit memos. This module is fully integrated with General Ledger and Inventory.
Purchase Invoicing – Set up, post, and print purchase invoices and purchase credit memos. This module is
integrated with General Ledger and Inventory.
Shipping – Set up multiple shipping agents (for example, UPS, DHL, external carriers, or your own carrier) and relate their services (express, overnight, standard) with shipping time. Associate default shipping agents and their services with individual customers. Handle order shipments directly from the vendor to the customer without having to physically stock items in your inventory while still keeping track of order costs and profit.
Order Promising – Promise accurate order shipment and delivery dates to customers based on an item’s current and future availability. When items are not available to meet a customer’s requested delivery date, calculate the earliest shipment date.
Multiple Locations – Manage inventory in multiple locations that may represent a production plant, distribution centers, warehouses, show rooms, retail outlets and service cars. Also track inventory as it is moved from one location to another.
Item Management – Includes managing item budgets, item charges, item cross references, item substitutions, item tracking, item categories, and item attributes.