Stock Control

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Stock Control

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110 Stock Take Results report with movement cost by Average Buy Price 149 >>>>> View Sample Print
The standard Sage report adapted to evaluate the gains and losses by the Average Buying Price so the adjustment journal value will be known in advance.
113 Predicted Stock Levels 199 >>>>> View Sample Print
The report reports back in column format the current stock and the total expected IN and OUT movements in the current and future weeks to show the expected quantity in stock at the end of each week. Show MoreThe columns are the week as entered plus the three future weeks and a ‘catch all’ column to account for all future dates not captured in the previous three, The report defaults to display the output in a format that exports neatly in to Excel. Change the default to print the report and the output preview more presentable for the printed page.
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Stock Balances with Last Movement Dates 149 >>>>> View Sample Print
A cut down version of the Aged Stock Balance reports available. This report shows the last dates recorded against Goods In and Goods Out from both Issues and Sales. Show More This information can then be exported into Excel and used to analyse the dates and the average months the item has been in stock to determine items that may be considered as ‘Slow Moving’. This report will return the current (not retrospective) value of the held stock but can be run with full control of the selected warehouses. The standard Sage stack valuation report will only allow for All or a single warehouse to be reported.
116 Aged Stock Balances – 7 columns – Custom 199 View Sample Print
This ‘must have’ report allows you to monitor your stock levels and valuation by aged columns to quickly identify the slower moving items and if your money is tied up in stock that has not moved off the shelf for many months or years. Show More Each user will have different break points for the reported columns so the first five columns can be fixed by pre-set criteria and the sixth column can be set at run time so as to mark the start point (in days) for the final seventh column. With this ‘moveable’ break point for column 7 the items captured in this column can be easily noted to have been in stock for at least the number of days entered. Note: this report has the criteria for the warehouse fully functional – The standard Sage 200 Stock Valuation report only allows for the warehouse to be set as ALL or IS This report has been formatted to ensure that when exported to Excel it is immediately available to be analysed further without the need to manipulate the output.
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Aged Balances with 3 last dates and pre-set ageing via run time criteria (defaults are 0 – 18, 19 – 36 and 37+ months) 149 >>>>> View Sample Print
A reduced version of the Aged Stock Report to also show the three last dates for Last Receipt, Last Sale and Last Issue.Show More The three aged columns are controlled by run time criteria and default as noted above. The report falls neatly into Excel when exported. Ideal after exporting to use to analyse the last dates report and the average months in stock to note ‘slow moving’ items.
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Stock Profit – Customer and Product reports combined into a SINGLE report – NEW sort sequence options deliver 11 sort sequences. 199
The FOUR Stock Status Proffit reports; Profit By Customer, Profit By Customer (Summary), Profit By Stock Item and Profit By Stock Item (Summary) have been combined into this SINGLE report. Show More Eleven permutations are now possible with an added third sort level. A tick-box criteria can switch the report from summary to detailed, giving 22 possible layout formats.
127 Reports 115, 116 and 118 (Stock Balances) 400 >>>>>
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136 Stock levels with BIN and SOP allocation details 149 >>>>> View Sample Print
The standard Stock Levels report has been enhanced by linking it to the BIN details. The BIN details may have SOP allocations – the linked SOP lines are also displayed unless the run time criteria option is ticked to suppress their display.
141 Stock Control Module Settings – Printout 10 >>>>>
The module settings set against each tab are printed out per tab section to offer a record of how the Sage module has been set up.
142 Product Group Settings – Printout 10 >>>>>
The module settings set against each tab are printed out per tab section to offer a record of how the Sage module has been set up.
149 Stock Items Unit of Measure (UOM)  FOC View Sample Print
All stock items will have at least two units of measure for Base and Stock – the majority of items will hold both these units as 1 Each.  This report will identify if additional UOM have been added.  Please note that the ability to use multiple UOM is set against the Product Group.
150 Stock Product Groups & Their DEFAULT Nominal Usage Settings 49     >>>>>   
Each product group has four Nominal Usage codes that can be set as the default for all stock items linked to the group.  This report displays the nominal codes set against each of the four categories of Stock, Revenue, Accruals and Issues.
151  Stock Nominals 49 >>>>> View Sample Print
Each reported stock item is displayed with their set Nominal Codes seat against the Usage categories of Stock, Revenue, Accruals and Issues.  Reported settings that do not match the DEFAULT settings held in the Product Group are highlighted.
152  Stock Valuation – Warehouse Summary 49 >>>>> View Sample Print
The standard Sage valuation report can only be run for All warehouses or for a single warehouse.  This simple report will read through all the stock records and report back the current valuation summarised by warehouse.
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 Stock Items with linked Suppliers and their prices  149  >>>>> View Sample Print
Each reported stock item may be linked to no supplier, a single supplier or multiple suppliers. If a supplier is linked they will hold a LIST price and a LAST BUYING price. Show More When the report is run you can choose to ignore the non preferred suppliers. Reported prices are in the supplier’s currency – the report shows the supplier’s currency symbol.