Dynamics NAV Inventory Management

Key Features

  • microsoft-nav-inventory-managementCreate item cards and assign multiple stock-keeping units (SKUs), units of measure, serial numbers, lot numbers, physical attributes, expiry dates, and much more.
  • Create multiple inventory locations and bins.
  • Assign items and SKUs to locations/bins based on product storage requirements, sales rates, special handling requirements, and other criteria.
  • Receive and put away items using the purchase order, inventory put-away, or warehouse receipt documents.
  • Pick and ship items using the sales order, inventory pick, or warehouse shipment documents.
  • Manage returns to inventory, damaged goods, or scrap.
  • Make manual adjustments to inventory quantities, transfer inventory from one location to another.
  • Fully manage items in transit.
  • Count and record the number of items physically present in inventory, including full support for cycle counts.
  • Integrate radio frequency identification (RFID), barcoding, or other automated data collection Systems (ADCS) into your operations.
  • Fully comply with all customer requirements re: specific product and order identification, labeling, tracking, etc.
  • Optimize inventory handling based on sales rates, location proximity, and other criteria.
  • Quickly determine actual and projected item availability, overstock situations, replenishment requirements, etc.
  • Reserve items in inventory or inbound.
  • Generate automatic notifications to alert employees, suppliers, or partners to changes in critical inventory levels, order status, or replenishment needs.
  • Monitor Inventory Management performance with KPIs, standard reports, and ad hoc reports.
  • Perform more advanced analysis on Inventory Management data using NAV business intelligence tools, including PowerPivot.