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Article #157 Backup Solution for Enterprises

Published in Hardware Information
Thursday, 14 January 2010 09:11
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Here is an economical, reliable, enterprise solution for backups currently in use by Solid to handle our 12+ computers. It provides both on-site and off-site backup automatically. This system is based on 2 widely available products, two Raid 5 NAS…
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Answer: Yes, it is possible to transfer inventory to and from any cost center using Solid Business Central. The only caveat though is that it’ll take two Inventory Transfers to accomplish it. However, thanks to Solid Business Central’s ability to…
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Answer: Cost center 998 is simply the default Adjustment Cost Center for Solid Route Accounting – Enterprise Edition. Adjustment Cost Centers can be though of as the garbage collector for inventory quantities. All damaged and expired returned goods, as well…
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Answer: Inventory Counts are the best way to ensure that inventory levels are accurate, as well as monitor inventory shrinkage within the company. Using a printed inventory check list to perform a Manual Inventory Count is a great way to…
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Answer: In any company, it’s important for the administrative staff and business owners to be able to view what inventory is in which location at any given time. Solid Route Accounting – Enterprise Edition allows all inventory to be monitored…
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Answer: Once Delayed Inventory Counts have been saved and synced back into Solid Business Central, their quantities can then be reviewed and adjusted, if needed, by an administrator. To view Delayed Counts in Solid Business Central, navigate to [Datafile /…
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Answer: An important part of Inventory Management is to monitor what inventory is transferred between which cost centers. The most efficient way to do this is by creating Inventory Transfers, from either Solid Business Central or Solid Sales Pro, which…
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Answer: When performing inventory counts, there are often situations when a cost center (aka warehouse) may need to be zeroed out or written off. These two actions, although similar in procedure, should not be confused with each other. Zeroing out…
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Answer: All Solid Route Accounting business systems that monitor customer account balances allow for credit balances, which are indicated by a negative number as that customer’s current balance. For example, if a customer has a balance of $50.00, but they…
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Answer: Regular inventory counts are a great way to monitor inventory shrinkage within any cost center/warehouse. Counting inventory for mobile cost centers is especially crucial to reducing shrinkage and ensuring that the route sales person’s levels are accurate, since these…

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