Goods amount warning

Verpura offers you the possibility to send automatically warnings of products per email to you, which undercut total or at a specific storage location a defined reporting quantity.

Under [START] – [SETTINGS] at the task “Goods amount warning settings” you can define the email address, to which the warnings should be send.

The global reporting quantity for a specific product can be defined directly at the product details with help of the field “reporting quantity company-wide”. If the total stock of the product falls below the value in ALL your storage locations, a warning email will be sent to the given email.

The reporting quantity per storage location can be set directly when entering or outsourcing the products at the task “add or change stock value”. Fill in therefore the field “reporting quantities of storage location”. If the inventory at this storage location falls below the defined value, you get automatically an email to the email, which you entered at [START] – [SETTINGS].

In addition, you can see at the homepage ([START] – [HOMEPAGE]) the currently actual goods amount warnings at the same-named task.


Figure: currently actual goods amount warnings

Tipps: Almost all tables in Verpura can be searched using search box. Note that also part terms will be found in Verpura, it means that when you have the term “Mustermann” in a row in the table and it will be found through the search keyword “Muster”, “mann” or “usterma”.


Figure: Extended search

By clicking on “Extended search” you can limit Verpura only to search specific columns of the table in the opening box. You only need to select the columns. And using the Control-Key(Ctrl), a multiple selection is possible.

You can also sort the table by clicking one of the column headers. By first click the column will be sorted in ascending and with a second click it will be in descending.


Figure: Column headers

At the end of the table, you also have the option to export the contents of the table as CVS, Excel, XML or PDF.You can export the data from a table in Verpura and then import into other programs or edit it in Excel, etc.


Figure: Export data