Re: returning flawed stock to the OEM
- Yes, we use inventory control software for multiple locations. If
you're a small, single operation, there are several software packages
on ebay that are offered at a good price, and have quite a few
features. Which ones is right for you depends on so many things, it's
not a good idea to recommend one without knowing a lot about your
--- In Distribution_Inventory_Control@yahoogroups.com, "alexanteng"
> thanks for explain me about inventory control, have you some
> for this? or information to get it.and
> --- In Distribution_Inventory_Control@yahoogroups.com,
> "mscomputercoach" <mscomputercoach@> wrote:
> > It's a good idea to first find out the vendor's return policy,
> > hopefully the policy can be negotiated and settled before youon
> > establish a relationship with the vendor.
> > It also depends on when you need to do the return - before it's
> > entered into your inventory, or after.
> > In our system, we have to generate a voucher in order to receive
> > goods, and it's the voucher that puts them into inventory. For
> > authorized returns, our system allows return vouchers which then
> > them out of inventory, and calculate the amount of credit based
> > the current cost. The invoice numbers can be referenced on the
> > vouchers, which makes it somewhat easy to track credits and
> > against merchandise receipts. Since most of our accounts are net/
> > we usually have time to deduct returns from the invoice before
> > payment is due.
> > Hope this helps.
> > --- In Distribution_Inventory_Control@yahoogroups.com, "scott"
> > <HOTSCOTT4962@> wrote:
> > >
> > > What procedures are recommended ( including accounting
> > to
> > > manage stock that is returned?
> > > What entries are made to inventory?
> > > Is it better to use a new Purchase Order to get the replacement
> > parts?
> > > How doe this effect materials planning functions?
> > > Has anyone ever used the method of issuing an 'internal' RMA?
> > can
> > > refunds be tracked?
> > > ow does the process differ if the parts have been paid for
> > > versus an open invoice?
> > >