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Internal Consumption

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Introduction

Define products which are only to be used inside the enterprise.

The Internal Consumption screen is used to administer any products that are used during the execution of maintenance tasks. When processed the stock is reduced. The products are purchased through the procurement process. The products are set up as a regular item, without the Production checkbox being selected, since they are not part of the production process.

Header

Create products which are to be used inside the organization, and not sold to customers.

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The name is a selectable value in the task tab of the Maintenance Order.

Optionally the Internal Consumption can be posted to the general ledger journal once the configuration is added. Information related to the cost of the product is posted:

Lines

Add internal consumption lines. Each line corresponds to one product.

The information of the product, it's location in the warehouse and the quantity used during the maintenance task is entered. When clicking the Process Internal Consumption, the stock level is decreased with the selected movement quantity.

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Accounting

Accounting information related to the internal consumption

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Full list of Internal Consumption window fields and their descriptions is available in the Internal Consumption Screen Reference.

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