Did you know that Dwight Eisenhower was so passionate about Texas BBQ he had a grill installed on the White House Porch? I like to think that if Eisenhower were around right now, he might use Inventory as a way to manage things like recipes and orders while whipping up some of his world famous presidential ribs for the cabinet staff during a white house Sunday fun-day.
I also like to think that he might be a fan of release notes but who knows. I do know one thing though, it's time for another exciting Inventory release.
Organizations that are looking to manage cost differences on their Invoices are now able to set up a Control Total Tolerance for stores in their hierarchy. Once a Control Total variance has been set up, store level users will be able to input a control total where it will be compared against the actual cost on the invoice, based on the items that have been added. If the difference falls outside of the variance, users will be unable to complete the Invoice.
You can learn more about Control Totals here.
While building out a recipe, users will have the ability to assign recipe items to multiple destinations on their point of sale. For example, a recipe when ordered to-go calls for a paper bag. Previous to this release, users would only be able to assign that paper bag item to either the counter or drive through destination on their point of sale. Now, users will be able to assign them to both.
Sales tied to items that have been refunded will no longer be included in the total sales calculation, giving users a more accurate representation of their sales for a chosen timeframe.
Credit Exception Items will now be processed along with Debit Exception items giving users a higher chance of catching items that may have not been on their vendor item list previously.