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Flow: Inventory Pick for Sales Orders

Locations requiring Inventory Put-Away or Picks
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Videos with the tag "Commonly Used" describes the functionality that is used by most companies. Commonly Used This video includes functionality from the app "Warehouse Mobile" which is available at Microsoft AppSource. Click to visit AppSource. Warehouse Mobile

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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

Inventory pick for sales orders, or some of the other orders, are of course meant to make a pick on inventory on location with a checkmark in inventory pick but not in warehouse shipment.

First of all, let’s create a sales order actually I did here, but I need to release it.

And I need to from the warehouse menu to create an inventory pick for this sales document.

And this is standard business central functionality. So now, I’ve just created my inventory pick.

This means now the warehouse employee could enter the flow, inventory pick for sales orders, selecting the sales orders that you want to pick or enter the item number to find it.

And then just start by picking the first line, pick item number 10.12 from that bin, put whatever quantity, and then it scans the bin code, and then maybe for some reason, he will only pick two of them.

Next item, go to select this item on that bin code, you go to the bin, you check, scan the item, then you confirm the bin code.

Maybe you take both of them. And then when you’re done, it’ll ask would you like to post? Yes please.

And then it posts the sales order.

And if we look now at the sales order on the quantity shipped, we have shipped two and two on this line on that inventory pick.

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