Recieving returned Rental Items ends the Rental Period

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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

As long as the customer keeps the rental items by himself, the rental period will not end.

This is what happens in the video

And for every month when we run the invoicing job, it will just postpone the rental period.

So the rental period will automatically be stopped when we receive the inbound transfer line back.

So right now, you can see here on my relation line that we still have an inbound transfer, the item is not packed yet.

So I can open the inbound transfer order here, returning the quantity on whatever date.

So let’s say for instance, in real life, this is today the 15th of November that I’m posting it.

And to update the line, I need to reopen because I’m manually updating the order here, I need to reopen it manually, like this.

So I’m now going to receive it back on the 15th of November, and it’s only invoiced the rental until October 30.

So when I’m posting this one, I shipped the item from the customer site back and I could also do this in one go if I have made the setup for that, but right now I have to do it in two goes.

So thereby, the transfer order is deleted.

And I now have an ultimate ending date here because I have shipped one, received one, and I can see that my closing date is now November 16, meaning the day after the final received.

This is now ready to be invoiced until that final received date