Barcode scanning Inventory Management / stock control

Barcode scanning Inventory Management / stock control

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Apr 04, 2014
Vidal wrote

I would like to you to add a new feature,
it is way to automatically count incoming products (and increase quantity) by scanning their respective barcodes
and then to have the chance to add them to a warehouse with a click.

Instead of adding them manullay as said here:
http://store-manager-for-prestashop-documentation.emagicone.com/v-stock-beta-section

EXAMPLE:
1.- We already entered in the DB a dress with unique reference, EAN13 for each size
2.- We receive an order from manufacturer with 40 items (10 for size XL, 10 for size L, 10 for size M and 10 for size S)
3.- we just scan with barcode, and the ideal would be the system is able to identify each barcode with each product+combination and is able to increase the number in every barcode scanning.
4.- then we could have the oportunity to add these amounts to a warehouse in the system.
4.- IF so, we would have the correct quantities for any product entered in the system with one step.




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Apr 05, 2014
Alex Pryshlivskiy agent wrote
Hello Vidal!
Thanks for suggestion.
let's explore the user's interest by voting and comments.
According to our Policy, we implement a new features according to the volume of customer votes.
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Oct 05, 2017
Pietro Caruso wrote
That feature would help alot!
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Jun 20, 2018
Do Mas wrote
I agree with Vidal, if developers see this program as fully complete software for prestashop i suggest add more features with ASM.

Example:
my warehouse sorted by locations and all products have their locations.
1. Need change location (yes we can use import feature, but i cost time)
How can i speed up?
Simple : scan location QR/barcode, scan product QR/barcode, enter qty - > save. (dont forget put products :))

2. When we are doing whole warehouse revision, we need count each product manually, then write all records, compare with warehouse stock and etc. it cost a lot of time...
How can i speed it up?
Again, by scanning each product. One scan = 1 qty of product. ( example :scan product with reference UHU525 - one time, system will count as 1 qty, scan again UHU525 , system will count that 2 qty are submitted and etc, or you can enter qty manually)
When all products scanned submit all query and system will compare your scanned products with products in warehouse stock...
generating report...

best way to use this feature with mobile terminal (check attachment) or android phone, but scanning codes will be very slow :)


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Jun 20, 2018
Do Mas wrote
Also this feature can help with picking up goods for order. Pick up "list" should be sorted by warehouse location ASC to increase picking time efficiency (plan your warehouse right)

Example order list:
UHU526 5 qty location G1-25
UHU530 5 qty location G0-25
UHU525 5 qty location A0-25
***********************************************
System suggest us pick this good first because

UHU525 5 qty location A0-25
One scan = 1 qty of product ( scan 5 times or enter manully)
next product
UHU530 5 qty location G0-25
next product
UHU526 5 qty location G1-25

Ready to pack it up?
- Yes
Submit

System change status = Order ready to pack
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Dec 22, 2019
Joeri Marien wrote
any news about this feature? It would help a lot!
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Jan 30, 2020
nik wrote
lacking an example. for interaction with other programs. Stock management
Say we have a clothing store (controlled by program 1c) we upload the data (what is needed?, To exel), then import it.
1. How to do it? (start to finish example)
2. automate? (upload via cloud or ftp) then import?
3. Now the data matrix is entered. unique codes (issued by the chamber of commerce, tracking goods from the manufacturer to the buyer) would need to be implemented in your system.
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Mar 25, 2020
Nadia Bezpalko agent wrote
A new tool called “Product Picker” has been added.
It allows picking products in the warehouse by using a barcode scanner or by entering product details manually in the search field. This feature accelerates order picking and allows you to conduct a physical inventory count faster.

You can search the product by its UPC or EAN code, reference, name. If the actual quantity is different you can enter a number and select an option: add the specified quantity to stock, subtract from stock or set the stock:

Conducting inventory count, you can create lists for various groups of products
Here you can check the release notes https://www.prestashopmanager.com/discover-the-latest-updates-of-store-manager-for-prestashop/store-manager-v-2-63-0-2349-product-picker-tool-prestashop-v-1-7-6-4-support

To get trial of Store Manager https://www.prestashopmanager.com/free-download/
Apr 01, 2020
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Apr 07, 2020
Tonnie wrote
Hi Great new tool, would like to see the current in stock Qty, so I can check my stock while adding

Antonia
Feb 09 (59 days ago)
Simon Kitesurf wrote
Great Idea, I have placed two requests for to solve this problem:

1. Product Picker modification to ASM:
https://support.emagicone.com/907452-Make-Product-Picker-working-with-ASM-and-multiple-warehouses

2. Row Filter and search Dialogue in Stock Management:
https://support.emagicone.com/476332-Row-Filter-and-Search-Dialogue-in-Stock-Management-section

please vote them as they are more specific solutions for this request ;-)

regards
Simon