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We're running on Odoo V9 Enterprise. A few of our suppliers would like to consign us stocks which would be kept in our warehouse. Here is our proposed workflow which we are trying to figure out how it would work in Odoo without much customisation:
1. Supplier delivers stocks to us with their delivery order, no invoice is provided at this time [Odoo: create incoming receipt with partner selected as supplier]
2. Goods received in our warehouse [Odoo: validate incoming receipt]
3. Sell goods to our customers [Odoo: Sales Order -> D/O -> Validate]
4. Send supplier the sales for that period and invoice supplier
Our current inventory valuation method is FIFO. We're not sure if creating an incoming receipt without first creating a purchase order would lead to any issues with regards to stock valuation or accounting entries.
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|Asked: 10/5/16, 12:07 PM|
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|Last updated: 10/6/16, 5:51 AM|