We have added a new option to our Enhanced FBA Restock Report and the Enhanced Predictive Purchasing Report. On the last row of the Level 2 view, you will see Last Year. This row allows you to reference the Days of order from this time last year. For example, if you select 30 Days of Order, you will see the quantity sold within 30 days of today’s date last year. The same time period will also appear highlighted in yellow in the graph. This option can be especially useful when preparing for the busy season or for any seasonal sales and items.
We have added enhancements to the page displaying data from Amazon’s FBA Restock Report. You are now able to filter by Warehouse, causing the Available Inventory (Non-FBA) column to only show quantities from the selected warehouse. Additionally, we have added the option to add a Qty On Order column to the data grid, showing the current On Order quantity for each SKU.
Our Case Quantity Workflow allows you to configure Costs, Quantities, and Shipping Dimensions for products you sell and purchase per case. These can be set on two separate product levels: General and Vendor Product. We have tweaked the logic for Purchase Orders, to make sure that whenever you add an item to a Case Quantity-Enabled PO, we will prioritize the Vendor-level quantity, and only if there is none, we will use the general product case quantity configuration.
You are now able to configure two separate Default Warehouses for your Vendors. “Default Warehouse For DropShip” refers to the Warehouse that will be automatically set on Dropship POs, and “Default Warehouse For Regular PO” lets you set a default receiving warehouse for Purchase Orders.
On the PO Details page, Qty in the container is now a clickable link. When opening the link, it will show which Containers the inventory is in, giving the user a better idea of where their product inventory is located in the warehouse.