32 votesJames Tomasello commented
We do customer purchases often and resell after a refurbish. Currently, we have to notate on paper or spreadsheet who originally owned this item in our inventory so that we can later transfer the asset to the new customer.
Now, we are using the note section of the item page, however, this can be problematic if we have the same model with many serial numbers as there is not a clean way to notate the serialized item. We could use the "physical location" or "condition" box but these are usually filled with actual information.
It would save us a bit of effort if this suggestion were a native function of RepairShopr, to automatically move an asset upon purchase or sale.
Someone suggested to make an account for our shop and move the asset there until sold but I feel this is also an unneeded additional step.
I think the flow should be; Have the option to purchase the asset, Move Asset to Inventory (Serialized), Initiate refurb(Track Costs), Sell item and it becomes an Asset to the new client(or existing) with full history retention on the product.
I vote for this!
We’re considering building a light version of this to work with RepairShopr’s calendar.
10 votesJames Tomasello commented
I agree, this would be nice. I was searching for a way to sync Gusto payroll to QuickBooks. I found that there is already solution for this in the settings of Gusto. Getting the employee's time clock records from RepaiShopr to link into Gusto automatically and then sync to QuickBooks... It's like a dream come true. I might actually get home before dinner.