Neto has the ability to support multiple warehouses on your Neto website.
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From the Neto Dashboard navigate to Stock Control > Locations/Warehouses
Select Add New.
Enter the details of your location/warehouse in the fields provided.
A product can be assigned to multiple warehouses and have different stock quantities in each warehouse. To enter the stock into multiple warehouses:
From the Neto Dashboard navigate to Products > View Products
Choose a product by selecting the SKU or Name.
From the side menu choose Stock Control and enter the stock available for each warehouse, and Save the changes.
When an order is placed, stock will be deducted from the primary warehouse first, unless a warehouse has had specific shipping zones applied to it.
If you have multiple warehouses the combined stock qty in each warehouse, less any unpicked or committed orders, will become your available quantity. This is the quantity available for customers to order on your web shop.
For example, if you have 19 in warehouse stock and you have 5 on new orders then your total available stock will be 14 (19-5).
Store Quantity (qty available) = Combined Physical Stock In Warehouses - Unpicked Orders (includes backorders)
A product on order is Committed when it is in any of the following status:
You can uncommit products that are on orders by moving the related orders to the Uncommitted status. This is ideal when a customer has placed an order that they do not want shipped until a date in the future. This will allow you to free up the stock for other orders.
There are 4 ways to adjust stock levels for a product:
Adjust quantity on product management page. Navigate to Products > View Products and select a product. From the side menu choose Stock Control and enter the stock available for each warehouse.
Adjust quantity from Stock Adjustment page. Navigate to Stock Control > Stock Adjustment and enter values in the Qty To Adjust fields.
Adjust qty from Stock Take page. Navigate to Stock Control > Stock Take and enter values in the Qty Counted fields.
Import new stock levels using the Import Wizard.
Import the stock quantity using the Neto API.
In all cases the number you enter less the qty committed on incomplete orders will become your new stock qty.
Please Note: If you are using a Neto compatible accounting or inventory management system then your stock quantity will come up from that application and will be adjusted in Neto periodically.
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