New Stock Feature Module Release Date: 20th October 2020
We are pleased to announce the long-awaited, new stock feature is coming to Joblogic web on 20th October 2020. You can now keep track of stock inventory in your warehouse, in transit in your vehicles and easily raise purchase orders when stock needs to be replenished.
Effectively keep track of all stock
The new stock feature module adds the following functionality:
- Check ‘in-stock’ records
- Track stock locations, including static sites and mobile locations
- Transfer stock from one location to another
- Raise Purchase Orders to receive stock on location for use on jobs
- Issue stock to jobs either through the back office or on the mobile app
You can visit our stock feature page for more information.
Joblogic’s Stock Feature
Warehouse & Van Stock – Joblogic’s stock control system enables you to have a central stock location (i.e. store or warehouse) and allows you to create multiple locations. Each of your fleet vehicles can also be created as a stock location. Each location can store a list of records including quantity and minimum holding quantity with min, max and reorder levels for van stock items. Stock items can be transferred between locations or used on a job. Each location is audited to keep track of stock movements by connecting to the Joblogic Mobile App.
Replenishing Stock – Stock records show a location’s minimum holding quantity and its actual quantity. When stock starts to run close to the minimum holding quantity, it’s easy to raise a Purchase Order to suppliers.
Issuing Stock to Jobs – For those items in stock, it is quick and easy to consume those items on jobs either through the back office or through the engineer’s mobile app.
Use our learning resources to learn more
Read our PDF User Guide for easy, step-by-step instructions on managing the stock module.
Watch our instructional videos, which will cover:
- Adding stock locations
- Adding vehicles
- Adding stock records
- Stock Purchase Orders
- Issue stock to jobs
- Stock Transfers
This feature is currently in beta and is continually being developed. Visit the stock feature page to learn more.