Sep 23, 2020
Stock Replenishment Report can now be configured to create one single Purchase Order for all products, not separate Purchase Orders per supplier.
See Settings > Configuration > "Purchase Orders and Purchase Invoices" > "Stock Replenishment Report creates"
This setting is recommended in case stores order everything from the central warehouse, not directly from suppliers (and if the central warehouse uses a separate Erply account, so it is necessary to send them a purchase order).
In contrast — if stores order from central warehouse, but both the warehouse and stores share a single account, we recommend Central Purchasing instead.
Limited support for a new, more optimal product data model has been introduced.
The new data model will be useful on accounts with a lot of non-stock products. Several operations, such as looking up products, saving a sales transaction, or retrieving a sales report, might be faster with the new data model.
The only operation that has been optimized right now is saving sales and purchase documents. Support will be expanded in future releases.
The column "Customer Orders" has been removed from Stock Replenishment Report. The column showed misleading information and did not properly distinguish fulfilled and unfulfilled orders.
Instead, please refer to column "Lay-by". If proper process is followed, the "Lay-by" number will include all unfulfilled orders.
In case orders are fulfilled in multiple parts, we strongly recommend to use automatic order splitting.
In Reports > Stock Replenishment, the check box "Also show amounts on order + amounts in transfer" is now checked by default.
In Z Report, a few English labels have been updated to avoid using the word "register" (which is not correct if drawer-based counting is used).
Layout of several pages (customer importer, product importer, new Promotions module, new PIM module, new Stocktakings module) has been improved. Frame around the page has been removed, giving more space to actual content.