MDGP 2013 Feature of the Day: Return Quantity Types

Microsoft are posting the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day series on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog.

The sixty seventh feature they’ve announced is Return Quantity Types.

Prior to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, RMA returned items would default to On Hand quantity type. Now you can return quantities to other inventory quantity types to more accurately account for the return. For example, if a return is because of a damaged product, you’ll be able to return the item to the Damaged quantity type instead of the always returning to On Hand. You can set up a default quantity type for returns, which then can be changed at RMA Receiving.

The inventory quantity types can be handled separately in terms of RMA processing for scrap, RTV or Work orders. You can also change the quantity type from the Process Returns window.
The quantity type is visible from the RTV or the Work Order as well.

RMA Type Maintenance

You can disburse amounts during RMA receiving;

RMA Returned Quantities Entry

RMA line process actions are based on quantity type.

RMA Line Process Return

RMA Line Process Return

This new feature is targeted at the following roles:

  • Customer Service Rep
  • customer Service Manager
  • Order Processor
  • Purchasing Agent
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Accounts Payable Coordinator
  • Shipping and Receiving
  • Warehouse/Inventory Manager
  • Depot Repairs
  • Accounts Receivable Administrator
  • Dedicated Sales Rep
  • Field Technician
Ian Grieve

About Ian Grieve

Ian is a Microsoft Dynamics GP certified consultant specialising in the delivery of Microsoft Dynamics GP projects and currently working for Perfect Image Ltd., a Microsoft Partner and VAR in the North East of England. Ian has worked with Microsoft Dynamics GP since 2003 and, over the nine years since, has dealt with all aspects of the product life-cycle from presales, to implementation, to technical and functional training, to post go-live support and subsequent upgrades and process reviews. In his spare time, Ian runs the azurecurve | Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant blog dedicated to Microsoft Dynamics GP and related products.
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