Stock is quick and easy to create in Omono, please follow the simple steps below to learn how to create a stock or assembly item.

Creating a Stock Item

  1. Select Stock using the navigation bar on the left.

  2. Click on the ➕ icon located in the toolbar and select Stock Item.

  3. Using the dropdown, select Stock.

  4. If applicable click the ✅ next to Never Diminishing.

  5. If applicable click the ✅ next to VAT Exempt.

  6. Enter a Part Number, this must be a unique reference.

  7. Enter a Title.

  8. Enter a Description

  9. Optionally enter a Location.

  10. Using the dropdown, select a Warehouse.

  11. If applicable enter a Minimum Stock Level, this will alert you whenever your stock falls below the set value.

  12. Optionally enter a website.

  13. Using the dropdown select a default Country of Origin.

  14. Optionally enter a Cost Price, this will be used as the default price for purchase orders unless a supplier specific price has been specified.

  15. Using the dropdown select a default Purchase Analysis code.

  16. Optionally enter a Minimum Order Quantity.

  17. Click ✅ at the top of the modal to save OR If you would like to also be able to sell this item please follow these further steps.

  18. Click the ✅ under Can Sell.

  19. Optionally enter a Sell Price, this will be used as the default price for sales quotes and orders unless a specific customer price list has been created.

  20. Using the dropdown select a default Sales Analysis code.

  21. Optionally enter a Minimum Sales Margin.

  22. Using the dropdown select a default Commodity Code.

  23. Click ✅ at the top of the modal to save.


Creating an Assembly

  1. Select Stock using the navigation bar on the left.

  2. Click on the ➕ icon located in the toolbar and select Stock Item.

  3. Using the dropdown, select Assembly.

  4. If applicable click the ✅ next to VAT Exempt.

  5. Enter a Part Number, this must be a unique reference.

  6. Enter a Title.

  7. Enter a Description.

  8. Optionally enter a Location.

  9. Using the dropdown, select a Warehouse.

  10. If applicable enter a Minimum Stock Level, this will alert you whenever your stock falls below the set value.

  11. Optionally enter a website.

  12. Using the dropdown select a default Country of Origin.

  13. Optionally enter a Sell Price, this will be used as the default price for sales quotes and orders unless a specific customer price list has been created.

  14. Using the dropdown select a default Sales Analysis code.

  15. Optionally enter a Minimum Sales Margin.

  16. Using the dropdown select a default Commodity Code.

  17. Click ✅ at the top of the modal to save.

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