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Stock Control

Multiple Warehouses

Neto supports multiple warehouses. You can enter a stock quantity per product per warehouse. Order lines can also be assigned to individual warehouses for fulfilment.

Manually Adjusting Stock Quantities

You can adjust stock quantities by performing a stock take or a stock adjustment.

  1. From the Neto dashboard, select Products > Stock Adjustment


  2. From the Neto dashboard, select Products > Stock Take


  3. Drill into a products edit screen and scroll down to the Stock Control section.

Importing Stock Quantities

When importing stock quantities you will find a quantity field for each warehouse you have setup. You can import an integer value into each field, this will replace the quantity in stock in the related warehouse. This is the equivalent of importing a stock take.

Field Name Field Type Field Description Notes Example Input
Qty In Stock (Warehouse Name) Integer Total quantity in stock for specified warehouse. Used for stock take. Used to replace the qty in a warehouse. 99

How does Neto calculate stock on hand?

Neto will calculate your stock on hand using the following simple equation:

Qty in Warehouse(s) - Qty Committed = Stock on Hand

Please Note: Qty committed is any product on order that has not yet been picked and is not cancelled or in the uncommitted status.

Stock Control & 3rd Party Inventory / Accounting Apps

If you are using a 3rd party inventory or accounting app that integrates with Neto, then it is more than likely that stock numbers will be imported from that app into Neto as part of the integration. In such cases you should not control or adjust stock numbers in Neto as any changes will be overwritten by the 3rd party app.

Examples of such applications include:

  • MYOB
  • Wise WMS
  • Unleashed
  • Peach

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Last Modified: 28/09/2017 Neto Version: 6.3