mSupply mobile 2.0 – what’s new?
There’s a new version of mSupply mobile out. Here’s a few of the important changes.
You can now perform a manual sync at a time that suits you. A link on the top right of the screen shows the sync status.
Clicking this link will take you to a page where you can choose to do a manual sync if there is internet connectivity.
When you create a supplier invoice, finalise it and sync, the recipient store will see a customer invoice at their end.
You receive a Customer Requisition when another store wants to order stock from you.
By default, you will see a list of requisitions where you have requested stock.
In mSupply mobile 2.0, you can choose which supplying store(s) you send your requisition to. Previously you could only use a single store.
Requisitions: this is how it works
Order stock from your supplying store(s) = Supplier requisition
Respond to Supplier requisition = Customer requisition
Send stock = Customer invoice
Receive stock = Supplier invoice (This can be from a supplying store or from an external supplier)
When store A (Customer) sends a supplier requisition to store B (Supplier), a customer requisition will be created at store B for store A. Finalising the customer requisition will automatically create a finalised customer invoice in store B. Store A will then receive a supplier invoice from store B when both stores have synchronised.Comments
Where is mSupply used?
mSupply is designed to be used in developing countries around the world. You can find us in more than 35 countries.
The changes and improvements sound absolutely awesome, keep up the fabulous work Craig and team
— Peter Laing · Oct 26, 09:01 am · #