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Inventory adjustments are corrections of inventory or stock records to bring them into an agreement with the findings of the actual physical inventory. Inventory adjustments are increases or decreases made in inventory to account for theft, loss, breakages, and errors in the amount or number of items received.

Inventory Adjustment is a 2-way process:

Step 1: Create Adjustment 

Step 2: Commit Adjustment

Create Adjustment

To start an adjustment process follow the below steps

  1. Click the 'Adjustment' button from the home screen. All the recent adjustments will be listed on the adjustment page.
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  2. To create a new adjustment, click on the ( + ) button at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Choose the location.
  4. Choose the adjustment type, we have two options available.
    • Final Qty Adjustment
    • Write Off Adjustment
  5. Click on Create Adjustment
  6. Wave your device while pressing and holding the trigger to scan RFID tags or click on the Barcode icon at the bottom of the screen to scan the barcode of the products.    2022-06-02_17_36_25-SM_G570F.png
  7. If you have opted for Final Qty Adjustment from the above screen, then the quantity entered in the next screen (shown below) will be the final quantity of the item in the selected store. If you have opted for Write Off Adjustment then the quantity entered in the next screen will be removed from the inventory.
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  8. Scanned items will be listed on the item details screen (shown above), with Item UPC, Quantity, and Cost Price. Once inventory scanning is completed, click on the INITIATE ADJUSTMENT button to initiate adjustment.

Commit Adjustment

To commit an adjustment  follow the below steps

  1. Click the 'Adjustment' button from the home screen. All the recent adjustments will be listed on the adjustment page.
  2. Click on the transaction number to view the adjustment details.
  3. Click on the COMMIT button to complete the adjustment.
  4. The user also has the option of closing/canceling the adjustment before committing. To close the adjustment, click the ERROR button which will close the order which technically means that the adjustment is canceled.

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