Odoo 9 Inventory Management
In this video we cover Inventory Management (formally Warehouse Management), one of the primary Odoo applications. If you are working with sales management, purchasing, or manufacturing you will ultimately have to also work with inventory management as well. This video covers the basic operations in inventory management: receipts, delivery orders, and handling internal transfers. Learn how to configure Odoo with multiple locations as well as multiple warehouses.
- Introduction: Odoo 9 Inventory Management (previously Warehouse Management)
- Learn about the inventory dashboards and inventory receipts and delivery orders
- Examine inventory product attributes on hand, forecasting, and reorder options
- Receiving products into inventory and handling partial receipts and backorders
- Handling delivery orders
- Using the dashboard to manage inventory and initiate internal transfers
- Troubleshooting procurement and handling moves dependent on other moves
- Inventory valuation and inventory reports
- Basic overview of reordering rules
- Inventory adjustments - Also known as physical inventory or cycle counts
- Tracing and auditing your inventory moves
- Handling lots and serial numbers on products
- Looking at additional configuration options for more complex inventory management
- Handling multiple warehouse locations in Odoo
UNDERSTANDING ODOO 9 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
Previously called Warehouse Management in earlier versions of Odoo, Inventory Management often forms the foundation for a successful ERP system. Purchasing, Sales Management, and Manufacturing all depend on Warehouse Management to organize the inventory of products and their related transactions. In this video we cover all basic operations as well as review some of the options available for more advanced inventory configurations.
WHAT OPERATIONS ARE COVERED IN ODOO INVENTORY MANAGEMENT?
At the basic level, Odoo Inventory Management organizes products that are incoming from vendors (receipts), outgoing to customers (delivery orders), and products that must move between locations within the company (internal transfers). In addition inventory management also allows for the handling of backorders and provides the necessary inventory reports so an inventory manager can make the appropriate decisions for the business.
A CRITICAL APPLICATION FOR MANY ODOO INSTALLATIONS
Often times when configuring an Odoo installation how well the inventory system is configured will have a great deal of impact on how well specific business requirements are handled. That is why in this video we use multiple examples for each of the major inventory operations and cover all the basic inventory transactions and options so that we have a firm foundation to begin exploring more advanced inventory topics in other Odoo videos.
Put Odoo's Inventory Management Application to work for you!
Odoo 9 provides a dashboard for inventory management
With the Odoo dashboard you can quickly see what operations are pending, late, or on back order. Each warehouse within your company will have two panes for receipts and delivery orders as well as a pane for internal transfers if you have multiple locations configured withing your application
Greg Moss started working with personal computers at 12 years old. At age 15, he wrote his first paid business application, a loan management application for First American Acceptance Corporation. A few months later Greg developed a statistical application to process surveys for John A Logan College. Now more than 30 years later, Greg has produced hundreds of commercial applications and training courses, and has been involved in numerous enterprise application projects.
In addition to completing degrees in Business Administration and Information Systems Design, Greg is a Certified Information Systems Auditor, a Six Sigma Black Belt, and holds an Information Assurance Certification from Carnegie Mellon University. In addition to his successful consulting practice, Greg has worked in positions as a Chief Information Officer (CIO), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and excels in delivering technology-enabled growth to companies. He is an experienced digital marketer and focuses on real-world results and solutions.
Greg is the founder of First Class Ventures, LLC and OdooClass.com. Over the past 8 years Greg has produced over 200 video courses covering business application development and game design.
Greg is the author of Working with Odoo, Working with Odoo 10, Working with Odoo 11, Working with Odoo 12, and Learn Odoo.