Currently we have an issue where inventory unit of an item is in ea.

Default Sell is in ea. as well. We also have conversions.

1 bundle = 25 each’s

1 Pallet = 250 each’s.

Some customers prefer to order in pallet qty's however when the

default sell is ea. The restrict unit in released product warehouse setup is

ignored. This can then end up with an order for 2 pallets (where on hand

inventory is less than 2 for example 325ea) having 325ea, released this gets

picked and sent however the delivery note and invoice because the order is in

pallet shows a value of 2 pallets sent and 2 pallets charged. It gets rather

messy from there on.

If the restrict control was better designed this could be



Secondly overpick works in the same manner, for example say 1

pallet was ordered and 250ea were released, if the picker sees there is an

extra 25 on a pallet, they overpick the qty as 275. The only issue now is that

we still only invoice out 250ea (1 Pallet) but the cost applied is for the full

275 effectively increasing the overall cost of goods sold.

There is definately much improvement required around unit conversions and the interaction with the system.

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Thank you for your feedback. Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and if we get more feedback and votes, we may consider it in the future. 



Per Lynnerup

PM, Microsoft