We now support the workflow for when you are shorted parts or are sent damaged parts. The shortage scenario is when a vendor doesn't send the total amount of requested parts but they still bill you for the total amount. They then send you a credit for the parts that weren't sent and require you to reorder the part or wait for a new one to be sent. The damaged scenario is when the vendor sends you a damaged item, which requires you to return that item, then wait to receive a new one, or create an order for a new one.
These two scenarios will need to be set up as PO exceptions. If your company runs into either of these situations, please reach out to Flyntlok, and we can help get you set up.
When you have the exceptions set up, this is what the exception report will look like:
Flyntlok can now restrict discounts down to the item division, item department, and vendor levels or any combination of these. This allows for specific groups of parts to be discount at a certain rate for a customer.
We also support margin as a discount basis. When this is selected, it will calculate using cost/(1-%) (% = being the percentage of margin for the sale).
To edit or add these discount structures, head to the admin editors in the upper right, then Point of Sale -> Discount Structures.
Next week we will be releasing the editor that allows you to assign multiple different discount structures to a customer!
We took another stab at how we are handling journal entries on the back end. This should correct issues where Flyntlok becomes unaware that a transaction has been deleted, and you get stuck in a dead-end.
When billing out a DMS work order, we now group the labor lines by the type of labor used and the job that it was billed on. Along with the technician names, we will show the job name the labor was clocked for.
Only the first page will show the header with your company name, logo, and work order information. The information can be found in the footer on all pages. This helps reduce paper waste and gives more space for the details of the work order. Save the trees!
In the transactions for an item, we now distinguish regular item transfers from quick item transfers.
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