Latest Updates: June Edition Part 2 (New Purchase Order Requisitions Feature & General Improvements)

Our latest release is about to go live, and we are proud to announce another major feature to make the managing of your business run even more smoothly and efficiently, along with several service and functionality improvements.

Here are the updates in brief, due for release soon.

 

New Features

New Purchase Order Requisitions Feature

This feature has been designed to save you a huge amount of time when raising your purchase orders. We have added a new ‘Requisitions’ tab to the ‘Purchase Orders’ page.

Where previously, you would have to access the page for each of your suppliers to raise a Purchase Order, the Requisitions feature will allow you to do it all from a single page, all calculated from your current levels of stock.

The page can be split by supplier or warehouse, and will suggest which products you need, recommends the required quantities for each of those products. If you receive an order which would put one or more of your products out of stock, a requisition would be raised to order more of that product.

Each purchase order raised by this feature is a fully adjustable draft, and will require your verification before it will be sent off to your suppliers. At StoreFeeder, we will never automatically send a purchase order without your permission.

Knowledgebase: Purchase Order Requisitions in StoreFeeder

Improvements

API Improvements

You can now create multiple warehouse zones through the rest API.

For more information, see our API documentation.

Dashboard Improvements

By request, and to better display your sales analytics, the dashboard graphs now have a drop-down box allowing you to view your sales by revenue or units sold.

UK Mail Consignment Types

Along with Domestic, we now support ‘International’ and ‘UK Mail Packet Service’ consignment types.


Our mission statement here at StoreFeeder is to let our clients sell more, and work less. If you have any suggestions as to how we can continue to do this for you, please leave your comments on our UserVoice page.

If you are not a StoreFeeder customer and are considering joining us, or you are just interested in the service we provide, please get in touch at hello@storefeeder.com or visit our website.

 

The StoreFeeder Team

 

Published on: 27 Jun 2017 @ 14:34

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