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GYDE365-Design Content Chapter: Stock Management

If you require stock/inventory items/services, the following modules are required/optional;

About Stock/Inventory Management

Stock/Inventory management supports the basic setup of inventory management. It enables users to manage and store stock in sites, warehouses and locations and enables fundamental inventory management processes.

This is complimented with Product Information Management module and, if required, Quality management

Stock/Inventory Management Sections

Survey sections are found within each chapter and segment the chapter into manageable topics. This enables end users to review the topics prior to taking the survey to gauge an understanding of the types of question content that will follow. This ensures the correct business user is assigned to answer questions.

Questions are found within each section to ask end users business specific questions to enable the build of a functional Dynamics 365 system. Questions can be assigned to specific users to answer. GYDE365 provides questions within the template as standard, however partners can also build their own questions.

Warehouse Setup
  • Setup of sites, warehouses and locations.
  • Rack, shelf, bin and aisle setup.
  • Location blocking.
Inventory Picking
  • Sales order picking.
  • Transfer order picking.
  • Consolidated order picking.
  • Generating pick lists.
Product Information Management

Product Information Management enables a business to master product information for a single or shared product for one or many business entities. It refers to processes and technologies that focus on centrally managing information about products (for example, across supply chains). It’s crucial that shared product definitions, documentation, attributes, and identifiers be used. In the various modules of a business solution, product-specific information and configuration are required in order to manage the business processes that are related to specific products, product families, or product categories.

Product Information
  • Product Types
  • Product Variants
  • Costing Methods
  • Item Groups
  • Item Model Groups
Product Management and Compliance
  • Product weight and dimensions
  • Regulated products
  • Restricted products
  • ABC classification of products
  • Commodity codes
  • Dual-use goods
Quality Management

Quality Management processes can be implemented to control the quality of goods. This allows for test samples to be created and moved to a location for inspection. After testing is complete, the test items are moved to a location according to the outcome of the test.

Sections include;

  • Setup Quality Management
  • Inventory Blocking
  • Quality Control and Management Processes
  • Quarantine Management