Category:
Inventory

How To Set Reorder Reminder in BMO Online Inventory Management System

“Reorder Reminder” in BMO Online Inventory Management System is used to remind your company staff when quantity of on hand item is less than the minimum quantity of “reorder level”. User can set the reorder level when creating item price or editing the item price. Besides that, you can set the reorder alert in your […]


How to Add New Debit Note in BMO Online Inventory Management System

When there are customers who overpay their invoices, there will be outstanding accounts for some customers and this will result to bad debt. A formal debit note document has to be issued and properly recorded into the system so your staffs can take action on recovering the outstanding amounts. In BMO Online Inventory Management System, […]


How to Edit Debit Note Template in BMO Online Inventory Management System

As you generate and issue Debit Notes, it needs sequential serial numbers as well as terms and conditions (depending on your company). Instead of typing it out manually for each of the debit notes, you can set a template for Debit Note in Online Inventory Management System. You can change the debit note template as […]


How to View Debit Note List in BMO Online Inventory Management System

Having a list of Debit Notes issued is not a problem. However, it is important for your company staff to be able to collect the remaining payment so the account is balanced out for auditing purposes. Thus, it is equally important to be able to sort and filter your Debit Note List accordingly for accurate […]


How to Add New Credit Note in BMO Online Inventory Management System

When a customer returns a faulty item to your company, usually he or she will request for a replacement. In this case, the replacement could be lesser in value. Another example will be over payment for certain invoices. In BMO Inventory Management System, a credit note has to be issued to record this accordingly for […]


How to View the Credit Note List in Online Inventory Management System

Credit notes or credit memo will only be issued several circumstances such as over overpaid invoices, wrong discount rates on items, expired products or simply dissatisfaction from customers. This will result to a sum of money, credited into the customer’s online inventory management system account. It would be hard to keep track when there are […]


How to Edit Credit Note Template in BMO Online Inventory Management System

In BMO Online Inventory Management System, you can issue credit notes complete with prefix and sequential suffixes. This is extremely helpful when there are many credit notes issued throughout the year. You can change the credit note template as the PREFIX and SUFFIX in BMO Online Inventory Management System by following the steps as shown […]


Category:
Stock

How To Request Item From Other Branch in BMO Online Inventory Management System

Before your company’s warehouse or HQ is able to send you any stock items to replenish your branch’s inventory, your employee from that branch (as end user) will need to submit re-order request through BMO Online Inventory Management System. You can request stock or item from other branch through BMO Online Inventory Management System following […]


Category:
Stock

How to Add New Stock Adjustment in BMO Online Inventory Management System

As a company expands and taking in more stocks producing more to meet customer demand, there are bound to be stock variances throughout the year and also partly because there are many people handling the stock delivery and stock re-ordering. Although not advisable but in BMO Online Inventory Management System, you can easily change it. […]


Category:
Stock

How to Change Stock Adjustment Template in BMO Online Inventory Management System

In BMO Online Inventory, it is useful to have stock adjustment prefix and suffix number templates so we can track all stock variance changes. You can change the stock adjustment Prefix and Suffix in BMO Online Inventory Management System by following the steps as shown below.