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What is ERP software?

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ERP is an industry acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning. But what does that actually mean? Broadly speaking, ERP software is a platform that enables the automation and integration of a company’s core business processes, such as core accounting, job management, inventory management, etc.

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Triumph ERP empowers the growth of WA business

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WT Hydraulics is a Kalgoorlie-based company specialising in the design, sales, service and repairs of hydraulic components and equipment. With three branches across WA, WT Hydraulics services the agriculture, forestry, mining, marine, and oil and gas sectors.

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Triumph ERP supports thriving WA business despite troubled economy

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Western Australian owned and operated business, Kirby Marine, is traversing the challenging economic climate and is currently experiencing a boom, contrary to many other businesses in WA.

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Stock Transfers

 

The Stock Transfer Module allows companies with multiple holdings of stock at different physical locations, to simply and easily transfer that stock when and where it's needed.

Stock transfers can be between two stores or between a warehouse and a store.

Stock Transfer Requests can come from Inventory Reorder Reports, Sales Orders, Point of Sale Orders, and manual Stock Transfers. Example; you're creating a point of sales order for a customer for furniture you don't have on the floor. From the enquiry you can see the warehouse has plenty in stock. All you need to do is tell the system that you want the stock transfered from the warehouse. You can even request that the warehouse deliver direct to the customer.

st-diagram Easily automate the transfer of stock between different locations.

When goods are shipped from the warehouse they can be transfered automatically to the store or the store can have their own stock receipt confirmation process.

st-enquiry For each store or warehouse see what's coming in, what's going out and what's in transit.