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View the Part Details

The Part Detail screen contains information about where you keep your part, how many you have on hand, how much it costs, how you've used the part in the past, and plan to use it in the future.  

  1. Navigate to Inventory.
  2. Click a Part. The Part Details screen displays.




Warehouse Favorite, Cost, Stock Levels, and Activity Timeline

Warehouse Favorite:  Part has been designated as a warehouse favorite.

Cost: Current cost of the part.  If the quantities are greater than zero, it will list the cost of the next part to be used.

Current Stocking Levels: Part is currently in stock, on your shelves.

Activity Timeline

  1. Active:  Part is being actively used on a Work Order, or audited in a Cycle Count
  2. History: Record of when the part was used in the past. 

Remember, If any of the first three items are utilized, the part will automatically be designated as a warehouse part. 

View Part Details, Assets, Components or Adjust Inventory or Search other Warehouses

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  • Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.19.27 AM.png​​​ View Part Details:   Add additional critical part & branding information including:​
    • serialized check box Screenshot 2022-02-16 124251.png Serialized -  Whether or not the part should track Warranty info & Serial Numbers. 
    •  Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.16.59 AM.pngVendors - Add the vendor and their part ID and cost of purchasing the part. 
    • Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.23.36 AM.png Barcodes - The barcode number(s) associated with this part. 
    •  Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.41.38 AM.pngComponent - Warranty Rules Add warranty information if the part warranty is time based, meter based (how much it's used), or both. 
    • Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.25.23 AM.pngNotes - Add notes to a part.
    • Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.26.11 AM.pngAttachments  - Add an attachment or link to a part.
  •  Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.27.18 AM.png View Assets -  A list of all assets that use this part. 
  • Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.41.38 AM.png View Components:  Each asset that has this part installed as a component, and what is left on the warranty. 
  •  Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.28.07 AM.png Adjust Inventory:  Raise or lower your existing stocking levels.  Each adjustment is recorded & will leave a digital paper trail.
  • Screenshot 2022-12-29 at 10.31.32 AM.png Search other warehouses:  If you have established additional warehouses in your database, you can search and view what the current available count is at each one, and see if it is currently on order. 

Bin Location and Min/Max  Stock Levels

  • Bin Location​:  Where the part can be found.

The Bin Management is updated from the Inventory List View.

  • Maximum Stock Levels: The maximum you ever want to have in your inventory.  You can carry more than this number, but the application will consider this overstock, and suggest you return it

  • Normal Stock Levels: The number of parts the application is always trying to get you back to

  • Minimum Stock Levels: The least acceptable stocking number.  If your part count drops below this number, the application will suggest you reorder the amount it takes to get you back to Normal

  • Make non-stocked: This is only possible if you used all your parts on hand

Open Purchase Orders

This will list all the open purchase orders (PO) that includes a line item of the part record you are currently viewing.  The price listed here, is the total price of the PO.

Warehouse Preferences

  • Base Unit Of Measure:  Indicates how you prefer to count and use the part
  • Preferred Vendor:  While you are free to reorder from the vendor of your choosing, the application will default your preferred vendor, indicated here
  • Replenishment Source: How do you prefer to get restocked when this part is running low?
    • Default (the method determined by your system administrator)
    • Purchase Order
    • Warehouse Distribution (comes from another one of your Inventory Warehouses)

Additional Units Of Measure

Typically, this is how you prefer to order the part (by the Case, by the Ton, by the Gallon, etc)