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Completed Bundled Item = New Asset

How about the function to, build a bundle which consists of multiple computer parts to build one whole computer. All the parts would be tracked from a purchase order, to the store, into the computer, and to the customer.

If when you complete this bundled item, it will add itself into inventory (this way we can transfer computers from to store)

However you assign this inventory item as an "asset" instore, that way when you sell this computer to a customer, it automatically assigns as an asset.

This would offer complete tracking and we really need it when building computers. Let me know what you think please.

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  • john commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Can Repairshopr provide an update to this planned idea of being able to bundle Assets? The original response is more than 2 years old.

  • Ben commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I like this Idea. Plus the ability to add a serial number to your bundle.
    This way you can have pre built computers sitting on the shelf with a unique serial and just attach it to the customer when they want to purchase it.

  • Brian Twitchell commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    We also need to be able to include a warranty certificate with the bundle. Currently, warranty certificates cannot be added to a bundle.

  • Mike of AspectBC commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree, we are looking at RS, but like all the Service Desk products, most fail getting Parts, Inventory and Assets mixed up, I see it this way...

    1. you have a parts and suppliers list
    2. you buy parts and any to your inventory (with seprate serial numbers)
    3. build from your inventrory to make an asset

    you should be able to search for a serial number therefor giving a history...

    why is this not adopted?

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