Receiving is a process that products on a purchase order in delivery. Receiving with products, on the other hand, is a product-based receiving process regardless of any order. It helps to increase the quantity of the product without requiring an order. Thus, you do not have to use a purchase order that you have linked to your supplier. The product from your supplier is reflected directly in your inventory.
In MyLogiwa, you can do receiving in three ways.
You can receive a purchase order at once by receiving the order on the Purchase Order screen.
You can use the Receiving Station's Receiving with Purchase Order screen.
Moreover, we are honored to say that you can perform product-based receive operations using Receiving Station's Receiving with Product screen on MyLogiwa.
In this article, we explained how you can receive a product without purchase order.
1.Click the Receiving Station button under the Warehouse Ops screen.
2. We'll receive products without a purchase order. So, click the Start Receiving With Product button.
3. Scan or type in the product's barcode on the Product field.
By scanning the product, you'll see the image, SKU, and name of this product on the right side of the screen. This process is designed to ensure that the correct product is receiving.
4. Choose the correct packaging type on the Pack Type field.
5. Enter the Quantity on the Quantity field that you want to receive.
6. Scan or type in a Receiving Loc. The Receiving Loc is a target location where you will receive the items.
7. Click the Receive button.
If you do not want to complete the action, you can press this button. This button will direct you to the main screen where you can select a receiving type.
Congratulations! By completing the process, you have completed the receiving inventory with a product barcode scanning.
Need more info? Watch our Receiving with Product screen training:
Now you've learned to receive a product only scanning its barcode. It's time to learn to damaged inventory receiving.
PO Receiving Report for review of the operational actions of a specific product.