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Beginner question : Best way to setup warehousing management for rental products (items that come back). Is there a good app for
I'm new to ERP and i'm looking into a project that would need good warehousing management for their products. Open ERP test installation shows a nice warehousing tool, but it's designed more or less as "one way street" that sells stuff out.
In rentals, the items usually are identified as id, and are reserved for some time and return to warehouse (in varying condition). These are just few examples of stuff that would be usefull.
Is there a great APP you could recommend for this or perhaps the basic ERP setup can already pull this off ?
In addition I would be intrigued to find out if you know APPS that would integrate to use for example some kind of RDIF or other tagging system that rentals could be signed in/out with electronic reader.
There is an app for rental management in Openerp 7.0. Search for sale_rental in Apps or visit https://www.odoo.com/apps/7.0/sale_rental/. There is a dependency on https://www.odoo.com/apps/7.0/sale_start_end_dates/ to install this module. You could use barcode scanners for tagging rental products.
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