Automated Goods Received Note & Delivery Notes
Goods Received Note (GRN) and Delivery Note (DN) are essential documents in inventory management that track the movement of goods in and out of the warehouse. A GRN is issued when the goods are received from the supplier, and it contains information such as the supplier's name, date of delivery, quantity of goods received, and any discrepancies or damages found. This helps to ensure that the goods received are in line with the purchase order and that any issues can be addressed with the supplier.
On the other hand, a DN is issued when the goods are delivered to the customer, and it contains information such as the customer's name, date of delivery, quantity of goods delivered, and any special instructions or conditions. This helps to ensure that the goods delivered are in line with the sales order and that any issues can be addressed with the customer.
Using an inventory management system can streamline the process of issuing GRNs and DNs, making it faster and more accurate. The system can automatically generate the documents based on the purchase and sales orders, and can also reconcile the quantities received or delivered with the inventory levels. This reduces the risk of errors or discrepancies and ensures that the inventory levels are always up-to-date.