Product inventory can be added two different ways, manually and by placing orders. Each product you have entered into the products section will be display in the Product Inventory screen. Inventory is added when vendor orders are fulfilled or can
be added and changed manually as needed. To use the product inventory module in Argenta, select form the left-hand side of the main menu, Products and Inventory > Product Inventory.
This will open the product inventory screen where you will see all of your inventory listed.
Here you can Add Inventory Manually or manually change your inventory. First we will go over Adding Inventory Manually.
Add Inventory Manually:
Choose "Add Inventory Manually."
This will open the inventory management screen where you can add quantities to items all in one screen at once. To add inventory, just fill in the quantity received (QTY) for each item in the product list.
When you are finished click "Add These Items" to add the quantities and be returned to the product inventory screen.
Manually Change Inventory:
If for any reason you need to manually change your inventory you can do so from this screen as well. Simply select the "Manually Change Inventory" button for the corresponding entry that you wish to change. This will open the Change Product Inventory Manually screen. From here you can either add to the quantity on hand by filling in the "Enter QTY To Add To Inventory" field with the number you are wanting to add to inventory and selecting the "Add To Inventory" button. Or you can remove some of the quantity on hand by filling in the "Enter QTY To Remove From Inventory" field with the number you are wanting to remove from inventory and selecting the "Remove From Inventory" button.
Anytime you manually change your inventory a log will be kept. This is where you can see all the manual changes to your inventory and who made those changes. To view the log select the "Inventory Change Log" button from top. This will open up the Inventory Change Log and you can see all the manual changes to your inventory, the dates they happened and who changed it.