Warehouse Management

Typical warehouse activities include putting items away, moving items inside or between warehouses, and picking items for assembly, production, or shipment. Assembling items for sale or inventory may also be considered warehouse activities, but these are covered elsewhere. For more information, see Assembly Management.

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Warehouse Management Overview

You can configure warehouse features in various ways. It's important to choose options that improve your processes without causing overhead.

Reports and Analytics

Inventory and warehouse reporting in Business Central allows inventory and business professionals to get insights and statistics about current and past inventory and warehouse activities.


Inbound Warehouse Flow

The inbound flow in a warehouse begins when items arrive in the warehouse of the company location, either received from external sources or from another company location.

Outbound Warehouse Processes

Outbound processes in warehouses start when you release a source document to take items out of a warehouse location. For example, either to ship the items somewhere or to move them to another company location.

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