Features in video

Stock management


Order preparation



Features in detail

Multiple warehouses, router

In Embedded ERP, it is possible to have multiple warehouses defined, which is useful in many business cases: :

  • Multiple warehouses
  • Stock in physical stores and separate online stock
  • Importation of supplier stock levels to display products in stock
  • Grouping of defective products
  • Grouping of loaned products

With Embedded ERP you can work with multiple warehouses and assign relationships to multiple websites.

The router decides which warehouse stock is taken from based on defined selection characteristics in the advanced stock priority configuration settings

Selection characteristics include the following: a favourite warehouse for one product, any warehouse having stock, or default warehouse. This mean that order can be shipped from mulitple locations

Several stock levels are available :

  • Physical stock : the number of SKU's in your warehouse
  • Available stock : the physical stock minus pending orders
  • Prefered stock level
  • Alert for low stock levels

Stock movements

Maintaining an accurate stock is difficult. To make the process easier, Embedded ERP stores all stock movements for future tracking and possible stock errors. When an order is shipped, a purchase order is created, a delivery is completed, or refund is provided for a product, Embedded ERP automatically creates a new stock movement. Each stock movement has a type and mandatory description that clearly illustrates the reason why the product left stock or arrived in stock. These settings can be manually overridden when necessary

Sales history, stock level alert

Embedded ERP maintains sales statistics using three customisable time frames. This information is then available in all screens. From this sales history, you can create an algorithm to calculate the preferred stock level and the low stock level alerts based on the sales history. When a product stock level reaches the low stock level alert, an order form is created


The use of barcodes has many advantages; for instance, you can achieve accuracy for picks and deliveries. Embedded ERP can manage several barcodes for each SKU. You can print barcode labels on laser or thermal printers. Barcodes are ideal for picking lists and work great with hand held scanners to perform picking and delivery inventory operations