We believe we’ve actually resolved this issue already because we have a filter called “Current Placed In Your Venue” automatically turned on such that even if you accidentally add a product and remove it, that product should now be filtered out of your Brands page.
Does that help?Tribeca Whiskey & Scotch commented
I like this sort of idea, the ability to Disable a bottle that was added to the inventory. Ocassionally, i add a bottle to our 'database' through the purchasing section while inputting our invoices, and then find out afterwards the bottle image is completely wrong (newer label, different shaped bottles), and then i end up creating a new product with the right label, changing my purchase entry, and sometimes even after adding the bottle to the venue, i have to change it. Being able to Disable an old bottle we're no longer using (with a check maybe that there's no current inventory on hand for that item and its truly 'gone'), it will clean up searches and reports with useless entries.
3 votesTribeca Whiskey & Scotch supported this idea ·
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. =)
Team PartenderTribeca Whiskey & Scotch commented
I think this indeed could still be useful. Often, as im doing inventory, i keep my POS system up with a report for the same time period, so i can approximately verify how much is gone from the bottle with what was sold in the POS. having a ruler that was scaled and index'd to match the bottles levels at certain intervals (every 2 ounces, every 50ml, nothing too perfect), so that i can say 'ok it was at 18, now its at 4, and we sold 14, good to go'.