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Acumatica Cloud ERP supports inventory management by helping you control system-wide inventory to manage your manufacturing and distribution processes without losing track of costs. You can receive inventory to a specific location and drill down to change item default lot/serial numbers, valuation methods, accounts, and more.
Inventory Management Features of Acumatica Cloud ERP Include:
- Lot and serial numbering
- Expiration dates
- Transaction reason codes
- Two-step transfers
- Inventory bin/location control
- Inventory replenishment suggestions
- Inventory sub-items
- Purchase order automation
- Sales order discounts and promotions
- CRM integration
- Item class hierarchy
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