How to Use Parts Inventory in LucityAM…Part 7

In the next video in our Lucity inventory training series, we’ll be diving into the Part Purchase Order module.

When you need to add additional quantity to your part inventory, you’ll often want to track the purchase order process that happens when receiving this quantity. Well, good news, because LucityAM can cover your parts purchase order needs.  Continue reading

How to Use Parts Inventory in LucityAM…Part 5

The fifth video in our Parts Inventory series shines a light on Mobile (or rolling) Warehouses.

Lucity recognizes that warehouses can come in all shapes and sizes, and are not always made of brick and mortar. We’re talking about the warehouses that move with the work you perform: Mobile warehouses. When a warehouse in Lucity is linked with a piece of equipment, that piece of equipment can become the home base for parts used on work orders. Implementing the concept of mobile warehouses in Lucity can help streamline your allocation of parts on work orders. Let’s take a look at how to set up the mobile warehouse work flow.

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How to Use Parts Inventory in LucityAM…Part 4

The fourth video in our series focuses on the toolkits and grids within the Parts Inventory module.

Lucity’s Parts Inventory module offers a great deal of flexibility to address the needs of your organization. Inside of this module are a host of data grids that allow you tap into the specific details regarding each part record in your inventory. Within these data grids are toolkits that can be instrumental in fully leveraging the power of Lucity’s parts inventorying system. Transferring parts, adjusting part quantities, and changing unit costs are just some of tasks that can be performed here. There’s a lot to cover, so let’s dig in!

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How to Use Parts Inventory in LucityAM…Part 3

As we continue this video blog series, we’ll be discussing the ins and outs of parts inventorying within LucityAM. Our first two posts were focused on the Work Material Setup module and Parts Warehouses.

This third part of our series will walk you through adding a new part to your inventory and using it within your work flow. Everything from linking your part record to a work material, adding quantity to the part’s inventory, and using the part on a work order will be covered here.

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How to Use Parts Inventory in LucityAM…Part 2

As we shared last week, in this ‘How To’ video blog series, we’ll be discussing the ins and outs of parts inventorying within LucityAM. We’ll go over everything from record creation to toolkits, from work flows to system options.

If you missed it, be sure to check out Part 1, Work Material Setup. Work Materials are the conduit for integrating your parts inventory with work orders in LucityAM. A good understanding of this module will help create a foundation which we can build on once we get into learning how to create and use our parts inventory.

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How to Use Parts Inventory in LucityAM

It’s no secret that Lucity’s asset management software can help your organization run more smoothly and efficiently, saving you time and money. But did you know that Lucity also offers a robust parts inventorying component as part of that software package?  Parts inventorying can seem complex and intimidating – especially when you’re first starting out. We’ve recognized this concern, and we’re here to put your mind at ease. After all, we want you to get the most out of LucityAM!

Lucity’s parts inventory offering allows your organization to not only keep a detailed accounting of all parts in your inventory, but also lets you use these parts seamlessly within Lucity’s robust work order system. In LucityAM you can establish part records and warehouses, disburse parts to work orders, assign part vendors, create requisitions and receive part purchase orders – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Continue reading