Hi De Las Casas,
While we're weary of adding more fields to the 'Create Product' flow, especially since we're working to streamline and expedite that process, we understand where you're coming from.
Did you know if you were to run a report and see that you were missing wholesale values that you could then fill out the wholesale values on Partender.com/Setup and then re-run your inventory report to re-generate the "Value On-Hand" tab as you want?
You could even then delete the first (redundant) inventory report from your account on the "Reports" page.
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Thanks for the great feedback! We have some exciting keg inventory solutions in the pipeline.
For now, most clients use a method similar to the paper/pen version of doing keg inventory - they guess how much beer is in a keg and then tap to where they think the level is in on the bottle.
While it's not the most accurate, it lets bar owners/managers track inventory flow get and get Wholesale and Retail Value totals for each type of beer.
We are continually adding new bottles into our system. New brands and labels are released each year. Please bear with us, as this is a continuous process!
We are in the process of setting new bottles public, so that clients can pull more bottles from our database everyday.
As far as accuracy, crowd-sourced pictures are still accurate after Partender's proprietary algorithms have been applied. Accuracy aside - we are committed to beautiful interface, so you'll see more and more professional pictures start popping into your inventory list.
If you find a liquor name you think should be edited, please send the bottle screenshot, your establishment name, and what needs to be changed in the name to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll go ahead and make the edits for you/tell you why it won't work. Also, let us know why you need the named edited, as we might have a workaround/feature that fits that need. Your feedback will also help us develop new features.
As mentioned, we look at pictures that our clients have taken, and if they are good enough, we'll go ahead and set them so any client can use it (instead of taking a picture).