Integration between Stock Control and Contract Purchasing allows stock to be ordered from suppliers against contracts. Stock can be Allocated, Reserved and Issued to a contract, posting relevant costs to the contract. When allocating stock to a contract it is possible to nominate the period in which that allocation is required. This is extremely useful where there is a requirement to plan stock issues to a contract based on when it will be required. Stock can hold up to three dimensions (such as length, breadth and height) which can be used on the purchase order to calculate and allow ordering in, for example, square metres. Stock movements are recorded in an audit trail, and costs are posted against each of the jobs. The stock system is multi-warehouse, multi-location, and can be broken down into multiple categories and groups. Multiple suppliers can be assigned to a stock record, alternative stock codes can be defined, supplier price lists maintained, and Bill of Quantity call-offs can be linked to the Job record. Where a full stock control system is not required, Pegasus CIS can be used to raise purchase orders for stock descriptions that can be ordered, delivered and invoiced. There may be no actual stock transactions, but the costs will be posted to the jobs.
- Integration with Opera II, Opera 3, Sage 50 and Sage 200 Nominal Ledger
- Stock Allocations and Issues to Job
- Stock Movement History
- Descriptive Only Stock Records
- Warehouse and Bin Locations
- Site Requisitions
- In-depth Cost Analysis and Excel Integration