Transfers Between Warehouses
To easily transfer inventory between two of your warehouses, you can now create an Order in the source warehouse, and choose the “Transfer” service type. The new “Execute Transfer” process will then automatically create an open ASN in the destination warehouse for the items on the transfer Order, with matching quantities and other details. The Order and ASN will be linked together to help keep track of everything.
Related Knowledge Base articles: Create and Execute a Transfer
Details on Fulfillment Plans
We have added more available information to the Fulfillment Plan table to help you give an overview of your current fulfillment operation:
Also, when viewing a single Fulfillment Plan, you can now see even more details about all of your processes based on that plan.
Browser Performance Improvements
As we continue to optimize more and more of Infoplus, in this release we have focused our efforts on the front end in two specific areas:
Update on Product Id Tags
While it’s not being released quite yet, we wanted to share progress on successfully completing the first phase of development on inventory tracking and allocation by Product Id Tags. This particular phase of the multi-sprint effort included receiving and fulfillment by Product Id Tags. For our next release, we’ll be porting the apps for Adjustments and Inventory Relocations to our new Warehouse Apps and updating them to work for items that are tracked by Product Id Tags.
Changelog: Release 53
IPWMS-6253 - Add ability to Create and Execute Transfers between Warehouses
IPWMS-6262 - Update Fulfillment Plan Screen to include more management details
IPWMS-6009 - Improve browser performance issues on query screens.
IPWMS-6303 - Ability to receive and fulfill items via product id tags
IPWMS-5776 - Stale data in location index causing allocation w/location filters to fail in some use cases
IPWMS-6223 - Various errors running queries on Order table
IPWMS-6251 - Issue with Casebreak parcels residential/commercial status
IPWMS-6259 - Fix nightly program's runtime performance issues