EZOfficeInventory Release Notes – April 2019 Edition

The team behind EZOfficeInventory has been busy this month. We have upgraded our Asset Stock and Inventory Modules, introduced reorder quantity, added Topaz and Jira Integration, and improved the functionality of Bundles. Get a preview of our latest features in these release notes:

Topaz Integration

Paper documents are susceptible to damage and hard to carry around during tasks. For this reason, EZOfficeInventory now supports seamless electronic signature capture with the Topaz Signature Pad so companies can iron out their verification processes.

Jira Integration

Integrating Jira IT service help desk with EZOfficeInventory enhances customer service as it makes asset data more accessible during troubleshooting. Quickly pull up information on assets and route the issues to the individual best equipped to help.

Define Reorder Quantity for Asset Stock And Inventory Items

For seamless replenishment, you can now specify a default Reorder quantity for each Asset Stock and Inventory item. So whenever you add such an Item to a Purchase Order, the quantity to be ordered is reset to its defined Reorder quantity.

Transfer Stock in Bulk from one Location to another

Streamline stock transfers when relocating warehouses or restocking at various Locations. This feature enables Users to effortlessly transfer stock quantities in bulk from one Location to another via Excel Import.

Add Items to Bundles using Custom Fields

Speed up the process of creating Bundles in EZOfficeInventory by looking up items using custom identifiers. This applies to single line text and number Custom Fields for Items.

Location Stock View for Asset Stock

Users can now view stock quantity at each Location of an Asset Stock using the Location Stock view on Asset Stock listing. This is similar to what we had in the Location Inventory view.

For more assistance on our asset tracking software, reach out to us at support@ezofficeinventory.com.

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