Perform Bin Cycle Count Audits for Inventory Verification

Updated 3 months ago ​by Scott McCoy

Bin Cycle Count

You may wish to compare quantities in warehouse bins against what SellerCloud has recorded. Skustack's Bin Cycle Count feature helps you to scan bins and then run audit reports to determine count discrepancies. Bin inventory can be automatically adjusted based on scanned counts.

Accessing Bin Cycle Count

  1. Log into Skustack in a bin-enabled warehouse.
  2. Navigate to the Bin Tab and then scroll to the Bin Cycle Count card.

  1. Click the magnifying glass to display the Cycle Count page.

  1. The Bin Cycle Count page has four options explained below.

Mode: Start new bin count

Purpose: Allows the counting of a warehouse bin to reconcile differences between what is actually in the bin versus what SellerCloud shows as total bin quantity.

Steps:

  1. Enter BinName. Press Go.
  2. Begin scanning items. Click on the Qty to manually adjust the units. Click on the number to display a number pad.
  3. When through scanning the bin, press the checkmark to Generate Audit Report.
  4. Press OK on the Generate Audit Report pop-up.
  5. Drag down on the header to display the log information and display the disk icon.
  6. Press the disk icon to commit the count.
  7. Press Yes on the Commit Changes pop-up. Success message is received.
Bin Cycle Count should be completed to Generate Audit Report to ensure the saving of count information.

Mode: Search audits

Purpose: Displays the Product ID, the Seller System value, the Scanned value, and the Delta (+/- between system and scanned) for a selected audit.

Steps:

  1. Select Date.
  2. Select Status (All (Default), Pending, Completed).
  3. Enter BinName. Press Go.

Mode: Open Existing Audit

Purpose: Displays Audits for generated audits.

Steps:

  1. Enter Audit Number. Press Go.

Mode: Suggest bin to count

Purpose: Displays which warehouse bin(s) to count.

Skustack's Suggest bin to count first displays bin names based on bins with more than 1000 movements, followed by bin names counted furthest from the date the query is run.

Example: Bins counted 6 months ago would be displayed above bins counted 3 months ago, etc.

Steps:

  1. Enter Region - All (Default).
  2. Press Go.


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