I think it would be a big help to show partial counts on the 'Shelf' screen.
So for example, we have 1.5 bottles of Baileys on the shelf. Currently, when I look in the list it will just show the '1 Full bottles' of for Bailey's.
I like using that screen to verify that my counts are accurate and if it showed partial bottle counts, such as '1.5 Full bottles', it would be very helpful.7 votes
Add purchases and used columns to inventory report. I can see what I bought and I can see what I used and adjust pars as necessary or see exactly what has happened between counts.13 votes
You can actually generate a Usage report from the Reports page, which allows you to choose any beginning and ending date – not just the different between your most recent 2 inventory sessions. It shows your beginning, ending, purchases, and usage. It even gives you a place to input sales!
Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hlTkHKvMlY
Allow me to save a "analytics" report, as in save the brands I choose so that I can later choose "Vodkas" and my vodkas come up or "all" and everything comes up. And I can change the dates I want.11 votes
We enter purchases into Quik books. So we have to manually break out beer, wine, liquor, n/alcoholic. I would be nice if the spreadsheet could group each into their category and have subtotals for each, which add up to the entire invoice. I would be a considerable back office time saver. Thank you10 votes
If you enter invoices into Partender, you can see total value of purchases/invoices for liquor, beer, wine (and any other product type) in your Analytics page. We will also calculate your usage, and cost of goods sold!
Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei3z-jyAY0c
Your inventory report also breaks down the total value on on hand for all your products types. Just click the Value on Hand tab!
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Sometimes when I swipe to the next bottle, I accidentally change the liquor level. A button that would lock in the liquor level would help.13 votes
(To be able to know what you're adding in inventory). A slide ruler with numbers on the side.
Especially when I take my own pics.,.
I know partender has been great about keeping up with most of it, but as a secondary check.
That way MY .4 isn't partender's .6
and such...5 votes
One of the great advantages of Partender is accuracy, which means getting away from the old-school 10-point system.
With Partender, you are able to set the level to the exact level you see on the bottle image. In the past, you may have thought a certain level on a Grey Goose bottle was .5 when in fact it was .6. Instead of trying to guess what the percentage is, Partender does the math for you!
As long as you set the correct level on the image based on what you see in the physical bottle, the inventory quantity will be accurate. =)
On the bar bottle inventory you are only able to see the neck of the bottle. For faster recognition of the bottle I think you should be able to see the whole thing.3 votes
This is an interesting request. I see what you mean. The keypad pops up on the beer bottles, blocking the image of the bottle.
In the meantime, you can see the name of the product at the top of the screen, but we will review this request and see if can improve this screen view.
Are we really supposed to line up how full we think a keg is? This is AWESOME for bottles where we can see how full they are, but there's gotta be a better way to implement keg weights.8 votes
Please review our tips for measuring kegs and dark bottles: http://support.partender.com/knowledgebase/articles/489426-how-do-i-take-inventory-of-kegs-or-dark-bottles
We will continue to research better ways to measure kegs more accurately.
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