POS stock transfers

 

Stock adjustments and replenishment is common functions of modern POS software. Some functions require local stock and some will work as single processes.

The POS Bridge support stock movements, stock counting and replenishment.

 

Special goods movements are transactions in the POS systems that involve goods movements but no financial transactions, for example:

  • Stock transfers

  • Consignment goods on approval at customer

  • Consumption posted to a cost center

 

These goods movements are modeled in SAP Inventory Management.

The various transactions in the POS systems are identified in SAP using movement types. Movement types control how goods movements are processed in Inventory Management.

Inventory Management can be carried out on an exact article basis or at higher levels such as merchandise category level. Stock can be valued both on a quantity and on a value basis, at purchase (delivered) price, and at sales price. Valuation at delivered price is necessary for postings to the financial accounts in Financial Accounting.

Each process has it's own questionaire as an initial document to initialte the configuration of the process.