Vendor Parts List Report

Vendor Parts List Report

Vendor Parts List Report Overview

The Vendor Parts List Report displays vendor parts, UPCs that they are tied to, and details based on a set of filters that are set to narrow down parts.

1. Reaching the Vendor Parts List Report

To reach the Vendor Parts List Report, follow the below steps:
  1. Step 1: Log into Control Center
  2. Step 2: Choose Point of Sale
  3. Step 3: Choose Reports
  4. Step 4: Choose List Report
  5. Step 5: Choose Vendor Parts List Report
See Figure A. You will see many types of list reports that will be useful to your retail business. By clicking the drop-down selection, you will see the different types of list reports.


                                                                                                  Figure A

You will see the "Report Data is Empty" message initially. You need to select the date range to check the House Account List Report. See Figure B.


                                                                                         Figure B

2. Generating the Vendor Parts List Report

When you navigate to the page, you will see the options pre-selected by default. You can generate the Vendor Part List Report for the selected fields. See Figure C.

                                                                                            Figure C
Fields:
  1. UPC: This is the UPC number that is assigned to the product associated with the adjacent vendor part.
  2. Item Name: The name of the item that is selected from the drop-down menu in the vendor part module.
  3. Part Number: The part number that is added to the vendor part module in the concerned field is mentioned here.
  4. Part Description: The part description is given to describe the vendor part.
  5. Do Not Order: This is the flag value that is set in the vendor part module. If this is set to YES, then the item with that vendor part wouldn't show up while ordering.
  6. Manual: This is another flag, if set to YES, then the item will show up in the scheduling order manually.
  7. Part Cost: This is the area where the price of the item is defined while creating the vendor part. If this is set to 0.00, then the cost of the item is yet to be defined.
  8. Units: Part Unit is the UPC quantity to Vendor Part Ratio, i.e., how many UPCs are assigned to a particular vendor part.

3. Filter Items:

This filter gives you the option to choose whether you wish to display the report for "Show All" or "Custom Filter."


                                                                                        Figure D

  1. Show All: This option will display vendor parts, UPCs that they are tied to, and details based on a set of filters that are set to narrow down parts.
  2. Manage Filter: This filter will display the filtered report as per the selection.
  1. UPC: It stands for Universal Product Code (UPC), which helps in tracking items at the store. This UPC column displays the UPCs of the items that are listed. 
  2. Department: If you select "Department," you will see a report of items that are transferred department-wise. 
  3. Manufacturer: If you select "Manufacturer," you will see the manufacturer-specific inventory data in the report of the items that are transferred.
  4. Category: If you select "Category," you will see the product's category-wise data in the list report. You need to select the level from the "Category" drop-down selection. 
  5. Tag: If you select "Tag," you will get the tags-wise data for the group that is entered in the product details. When you select the "Tag," the specific tag group will be enabled. 
  6. Vendor: If you select "Vendor," you will get vendor-specific data for the group that is entered in the product details. 
  7. Department Tag: If you select "Department Tag," you will get the department-tag-wise data for the group that is entered in the product details.

4. Resultant Report After Applying Selected UPC Filter


                                                                                         Figure E

5. Report Type:

  1. Part with No Cost: This value is actually dependent on the flag set to YES or NO in the Vendor Parts module.
See Figure F.
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                                                                                          Figure G
  1. Do Not Order Parts: This value is actually dependent on the flag set to YES or NO in the Vendor Parts module. See Figure F.

                                                                                         Figure H

6. Pricebook Zones

This field lets you choose the desired pricebook zone for which you wish to list the vendor parts.

                                                                                    Figure I


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