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Set a Supplier or Suppliers for Products

by Peppercan Support on May 25, 2012

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Each product you sell in Peppercan can have one or more suppliers with main suppliers marked. You can also update suppliers to products using the product import file. This lesson shows the supplier functions of products in the Peppercan interface. Remember to assign company contacts first as supplier status, otherwise you cannot assign it as […]

Set Supplier Currency

by Peppercan Support on April 5, 2012

in Contacts

You can set to each supplier different default currency in which they supply product to you.   Creating and editing contacts requires the following user privileges: – Minimal contacts rights OR – Regular contacts user OR – Contacts administrator Setting Supplier Currency You can set supplier currency either when creating new company or editing an […]

Following this lesson, you will learn how to do stock in from pending purchase orders. User privilege needed: – Stock in manager OR – Stock administrator Open the List of Pending Purchase Orders Go to Stock –> Pending orders to view all purchase orders with items still yet to arrive to your locations. Select the […]

Exporting and Importing Stock Levels – Updating Stock Using Import

April 5, 2012 Stock

Use stock levels exporting and importing to update your stocks for example after inventory.   IMPORTANT! IMPORTING STOCK VALUES SHOULD HAPPEN ONLY IN TIME WHEN THERE IS NO OTHER CHANGES, POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE TRANSACTIONS, IN THE SELECTED WAREHOUSE. OTHERWISE YOU MIGHT CAUSE MISMATCHING STOCK QUANTITIES. User privilege needed: – Stock in manager OR – Stock […]

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Creating Purchase Order

April 5, 2012 Stock

You can create purchase orders with Peppercan, send the orders to your suppliers and then follow their delivery and finally stock the arrived products in. Learn here the simple steps it takes to order items from your suppliers. To create purchase orders with Peppercan, following items must be set up: 1. At least one warehouse […]

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Closing Warehouse

April 5, 2012 Stock

Close warehouse if it is no longer needed. After this no stock transfers or movements can be made in or out of a closed warehouse. Privilege needed to create and edit warehouses: – Settings administrator Under Settings –> Stock if a warehouse is no longer needed, you can close it with a click on the […]

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Creating and Editing Warehouses

April 5, 2012 Stock

You can have multiple warehouses in Peppercan, each with different default currency. Here are the basic information needed to create new warehouses. Privilege needed to create and edit warehouses: – Settings administrator Overview of creating and editing warehouses To create new warehouses, or edit existing ones, go to Settings –> Stock 1) Create warehouses: add […]

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Delivering product from stock using sales quote

April 4, 2012 Stock

With Peppercan stock module, you can deliver products from your warehouses when creating an invoice for a quote. Learn here the simple steps how to do it. Privilege needed: – Regular invoice user OR – Invoice mngr Add Products to Quote as Usual Add products to your customer quote as usual. Products are taken from […]

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Stock Overview

April 4, 2012 Stock

Stock overview gives you look into each warehouse of your company, the levels of products in them, the consignments in your company at the moment and different types of stocks: regular products, consigned in products and damaged. Privilege needed to use stock overview: – Any stock privilege such as stock out manager or stock in […]

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Create a Supplier Contact

March 8, 2012 Contacts

To take full advantage of the Peppercan stock and purchasing function, you would need to assign contacts with SUPPLIER contact type to be able to assign them to different products as suppliers and fill out purchase orders for them. "Supplier" has special effects on the system and saving a contact under supplier category makes it […]

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