Make tools with Clover documents to automatically move inventory items between the warehouse and company stores
I would very much like a tool to appear in the Clover system in the Inventory section for ordering goods to the company's main warehouse: there should be a document as an order, but without a sale. This is an order to the warehouse of some items of an item that have been sold, for example. Only the SKU and the required quantity are displayed there. Also, I often need to enter these items of goods from the main warehouse in the inventory of a retail outlet. Now I do it manually, because I didn't find the right tool. At the Clover Help Forum, I reviewed everything. And I would very much like to do this by scanning the barcodes of the units of goods arriving from the main warehouse. That is, again, this should be a document into which elements are entered through scanning of ready-made, printed barcodes, and from which these elements are automatically entered into the store's inventory. Sometimes I have to do the movement of goods the other way around: from the point of sale to the main warehouse. If there was a document for this too, I would be very happy! So far I came up with the idea of doing such a move using an order with a sell for $0. After all, when selling, the quantity of goods in the store's inventory is automatically reduced by the sold positions. But I still think this decision is not entirely correct.
Thus, for the correct work with inventories in automatic mode, I need:
1) ordering the missing goods to the main warehouse;
2) moving from the main warehouse to the outlet;
3) moving from a point of sale to the main warehouse.
Everywhere is important: the article of the goods, the price and the quantity.
It seems to me that if you developed such a tool, many would be grateful to you, since with automatic movement of inventory, the accuracy of counting the amount of inventory significantly increases. And this is important for retailers with the same company structure as mine.
I'm talking about this structure:
1) the main warehouse of inventory;
3) trading places (Shops, Flea markets, Fairs, etc.)
Thank you for understanding!
I really hope for your help and cooperation!