To create a new stock list, go to the stock lists menu on the dashboard, and click “create stock list”
This will bring up a page where you can enter the basic information about the stock list. Fill out the fields according to the instructions below.
Name: The name of the stock list should be a short description of what it is - for example, "Peds ward monthly consumables".
Description: This can be used for any additional details about the stock list or left blank
Origin: This should be the depot that you will be sending the items from. It will default to the depot that you are in, but can be changed
Destination: This should be the location that you are sending the items to
Commodity class: Choose from Medication, Consumable, Durable, Cold Chain, Hazardous, or Mixed
Published: Check the box to make the stock list visible and usable within openboxes
Requested by: This will be the person that created the list
Once you have filled in all of the header fields, press "Save". This will bring you to the next page:
On this page, you can add items to a stock list. There are several ways to do this.
Option 1: Enter the product code into the search box. Click the correct entry when it comes up. Enter the quantity and UOM. Once you are finished with that product, click "add". Do not forget to click add. Clicking save will not save your item.
Option 2: List all of the product codes in the box at the top that says "Add multiple requisition items by product code". List each code in turn separated by a comma, for example: AB12,AB23,BC34. Once you have written in the full list, click "add to products"
Option 3: Import stock list items
Click the carrot in the upper left hand corner and choose "import stock list items from the drop down menu
Create an excel sheet with the columns product code, product name, max qty, and UOM fill it out like the example below (using your own data)
Copy the entire table EXCEPT the header row, and paste it into the data box. It should look like below:
When you have all the data entered in the correct format, press "import"
The next page will show you the data that you are importing, Check the data to make sure it matches the column headers. Then press save.
Congratulations! You have now imported stock list items! Go to "show stock list" under the carrot to see the full imported list
Whichever way that you chose to add items, press "Save" to finalize the stock list
Edit a Stock List
From the list stock list page
From the list stock list page, click on the actions button next to the stock list you want to view or edit:
You will see that the drop down menu contains several options:
Show stock list: view details of the stock list
Edit stock list: Edit the header information for the stock list (locations, name, description, class)
Add stock list items: Add items to this stock list. Also click this button if you want to edit the items on the stock list (add, delete, or change qtys)
Import stock list items: see above
Export stock list items: Get a list of every item in the stock list
Clone stock list: Make a copy of this stock list (useful if you want to send the same items to many different locations)
Unpublish stock list: Deactivate this list
Clear stock list items: Delete all items from the stock list (do not click this unless you are SURE)
Delete stock list: Delete entire stock list (items and header)
From the product page
To view and edit all of the stock lists related to a product, first go to the product stock card:
On the product stock card, click "manage stock lists"
This will bring you to a new page that shows all of the stock lists that the product belongs to, sorted by country. You can click on the arrow next to the country to see the stock lists by warehouse.
For each stock list, you can see the warehouse, name, monthly stock list qty, manager, replenishment period, and replenishment qty.
Monthly Stock list Qty: Amount of this product on the stock list per month (replenishment qty*# of replenishments per month
Manager: The person responsible for keeping the stock list up to date
Replenishment period: Number of days between replenishments (ex: 15 is a biweekly replenishment cycle, 30 is a monthly cycle)
Replenishment qty: The Max qty on the stock list for the replenishment period
For each stock list, there are several actions that you can take:
Edit & Save: Edit makes the replenishment qty editable. The user can change the qty and this change will be reflected in the stock list. Save saves the new qty entered while editing. The qty will not save automatically!! You must press the save button!
Delete: Delete removes the product from that stock list
Print: Downloads the entire stock list form in pdf format
Email: Sends the stock list form in PDF to the person of your choice. Opens a dialogue box in which you can edit the recipients of the email and the email message.
Add item to a stock list:
There is a drop down menu at the bottom of the page where the user can select a stock list to add the item to. Type the name of the stock list into the drop down and select the correct one. Then click, "add stock list"
Choose a replenishment qty and press save
Edit other stock list features:
To edit any aspect of a stock list NOT specific to this particular item, click on the stock list name. This will bring you to the edit stock list page, where you can edit any other features of the stock list