The inventory dashboard provides a snapshot of your entire inventory on one page.
If you have multiple outlets, use the drop down menu to check the inventory of each outlet.
Lets look at the information on screen.
The large dashboard tiles provide key details of your inventory:
Total Qty on hand tile
Lists the total number of products held right now
Awaiting delivery tile
Lists the total number of products awaiting delivery from supplier to store
Lists the total number of type of products held right now
Lists the total number of products held right now that are variants of an original
Retail value tile
Lists the total retail value of all products held right now
At cost value tile
Lists the total cost price of all products held right now
Reserved quantity tile
Lists the total number of products held on reserve for back order right now
Product types tile
Lists the total number of product types held right now
The inventory summary table provides details on key areas of the inventory, with the choice to view more.
You will find the Title of the type of inventory, the number of items that fit the Title criteria, and the VIEW button to see more.
For example, if you look at Low Stock Variants, and click the VIEW button, you will see a page slide out like this one, and be able to see which products are low in stock and decide if you need to re-order.
The Dashboard is there to give you a quick overview of how your business is performing, with a number of key graphs to show different aspects. On all the Graphs, you will find the following at the top of the page: Find outlet... As per all reports, ...
To make your data easier to understand, Hike breaks down all the activity to these key reports. All reports share the same fields below. Find outlet... As per all reports, choose the outlet you wish to see from the Find... drop down menu. Filter ...
My Inventory page lists all the inventory you currently have. You can filter the results by Outlet name, or by Product name. Inventory table The table displays all products with the following column headers as pictured here Inventory items column The ...
Creating & Completing Inventory Counts in Hike
Inventory counts (or stock takes, depending on where you live) are an essential part of any business – helping retailers keep track of their inventory. The basic premise of an inventory count involves recording the quantity of each product in your ...
Custom prefix and suffix for purchase orders, transfers and inventory count reference numbers.
You can apply custom prefix/suffix for purchase orders, transactions and inventory count by going to: Store setup -> Outlet and register -> Click on Outlet name. These setups are applicable by outlet so you can also set separate prefix and/or suffix. ...