Inventory Reorder & Shortage Report

 

Function

Use this task to create a report showing the items with available quantities that have fallen to the reorder point or below the safety stock level. Items can be selected within a specific warehouse or product category.

 

=> To access this task...

Select Inventory Reorder & Shortage Report from the Reports menu.

 

Item Reorder & Shortage Report

Item Reorder & Shortage Report

 

About the Fields

 

In the Reorder or Shortage field...

  • Select Reorder (R) from the drop down list to create a reorder report.

  • Select Shortage (S) from the drop down list to create a shortage report.

In the Beginning/ending Warehouse field...

  • Enter the number of the first/last warehouse to include on the report.

  • Press [Tab] to select the first/last warehouse code record.

  • Click Click to select from a list of warehouse codes.

In the Beginning/Ending Product Type field...

  • Enter the type of the first/last product to include on the report.

  • Press [Tab] to select the first/last product type record.

  • Click Click to select from a list of product types.

In the Beginning/Ending Item ID field...

  • Enter the number of the first/last item to include on the report.

  • Press [Tab] to select the first/last item number record.

  • Click Click to select from a list of item numbers.

In the Item Type field...

  • Enter the item type to include on the report.

  • Press [Tab] to select all item types.

  • Click Click to select from a list of item types.

When done making selections...

  • Click Run Process button to create the Inventory Reorder & Shortage Report.

  • Click Clear From button to clear the form and re-enter options.

Inventory Reorder Report output

Sample Inventory Reorder Report by Warehouse

The report shows the item, description, ABC code, quantity on hand, committed quantity, quantity available, quantity on order, order point, EOQ (with calculation code), safety stock, and average usage per period. Asterisks alongside the Average Usage Per Period column indicates that the calculated amount is based on estimated annual usage.

 

See Output Options.



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