Fishbowl is up to the task, giving you access to multilevel work orders, inventory-flow tracking, outsourced manufacturing, lot-number and expiration-date tracking, unit-of-measure conversions, testing locations, and more.
Manufacturing – Make sure all of your products are manufactured in a precise fashion by using work orders and bills of materials. You can add notes and instructions to them, as well.
Inventory Flow – During the manufacturing process, Fishbowl lets you see where each item is and its condition. Track items by room as they go from one area to the next to be worked on in different ways.
Outsource Manufacturing – If you want to outsource manufacturing, you can do that by creating purchase orders and receiving finished goods into your warehouse.
Tracking Lot Numbers and Expiration Dates – Lot numbers and expiration dates help you sort goods by batch and make sure goods don’t go bad before you can sell them.
Unit-of-Measure Conversions – You can create as many unit-of-measure conversions as you like in Fishbowl. You can even convert raw materials into finished products to calculate how many raw materials you need to complete an order.
Testing Locations – There are countless locations that can be added to Fishbowl. A particularly useful type is a testing location, which can be used not for selling products, but for evaluating them.
Scanning – The Fishbowl Go app lets you use your smartphone or tablet as a barcode scanner. Print barcode labels to attach to items and shelves and then scan them to pick, transfer, and reorder items.