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Love this idea,
Personally I think a good way of having a customer portal would be:
1. They pick everything they want
2. Submit the order to us/you
3. Current checks stock level for us and shows us availabilities
4. If need be we make adjustments (and update client if needed)
5. We/you then confirm the order with the client
6. Order booked
This way nothing get's double booked and us as suppliers still have full control over our products and services....
Second to Rowan,
If you've got the kit set up correctly it should adjust depending on availability.
eg. Our unicol mounts are broken down to allow for different pole heights and base options.
When a "Kit" is booked out using 2 x 175cm pole then those 2 poles will become unavailable and flag as a shortage.
Give current a shout, they should be able to help out with this one :)
Agreed also! Hope to see it surface!
We updated the servers today so that now you can grab the latest product and service costs and prices 🔄
As mentioned previously, refreshing accessory configuration and is a much larger task so we’ll keep monitoring feedback on this here and in our other customer channels. If it’s proving popular, we can look to put some dev resource behind it.
Having the same issue with our kit. We have PA packages for certain venues, and recently we changed one of the mixing desks in the smaller package, so now we need to go through all of our confirmed jobs and delete and re-add the product.
Sorry, to add this would also be a good idea at the confirmed order stage, maybe with an option to "Update Item" list so that if need be it didn't automatically change every confirmed job relating to that item but you still have a simple way of updating an item.
Thanks for the votes and comments on this idea, all. There’s no definite ETA on this right now, we’re working on ideas at the top of the wishlist and we’ll look to review in future. If this is something you’d been keen to see implemented, please do vote for this idea!
In the meantime, we’ve put together a quick guide on how you can use a Current RMS export to create a product catalog in Google Sheets – including pictures. Check out: Create a product catalog document using Google Sheets
Evening guys and gals,
Sorry to be a pain, Any update on a time frame for this yet?
Just looking at updating the catalogue for 2017 so seeing if its worth while hanging on for the integration from Current.
I think this would be quite a nice little extra for the system.
The main company i use to sub-rent put me on to Current so for me it would be a big benefit to be able to submit a sub-rent request, supplier confirms then current automatically update both stock systems to reflect.
Current-RMS is a great tool in itself, i've tried other RMS packages and nothing has stood out as much as current, one of the big selling points to me was the continuous product upgrades and add-ins! Keep up the good work guys!