All Collections
How to Filter Your Inventory by Warehouse on the eFactory Homepage
How to Filter Your Inventory by Warehouse on the eFactory Homepage

Customize your eFactory homepage to track key inventory by warehouse. Detailed definitions of the Inventory by Warehouse page.

Written by DCL Support
Updated over a week ago

The eFactory overview page is meant to be the initial dashboard and your eFactory homepage. One of the most useful inventory management tools on this page is the "Inventory by Warehouse" section.

Use the filers to view stock levels of your most important products by facility. Set up alerts to prompt reordering when SKU levels reach a predefined amount.

What are the Inventory by Warehouse Filters?

In the top right corner of this section you can filter your inventory view.

Sort your inventory by:

  • Key (K)

  • Reorder(R)

  • Short parts (S)

Note: You can have a combination of the letter codes. For example, KS would mean a Key item is short parts. KR would mean a Key item needs to be reordered. For definitions of Key, Reorder, and Short parts, please refer to our article on setting up your eFactory homepage dashboard.

How to Read the Inventory by Warehouse Section

  • WAREHOUSE - where your stock is stored

    • LA-ZLAC - Ontario facility

    • FR-ZFRC - Fremont facility on Milmont Dr.

    • FR-ZKTC - Fremont facility on Kato Dr.

    • LN-ZLVC - Louisville facility

    • YK-ZYKC - York facility

  • ITEM # – This is the SKU or Part Number.

  • Description – This is the description for your item number that was given to us via the item catalog.

  • FLAGS - This is where you will see if the part number is a Key Item (K), Reorder item (R), or a short item (S).

  • ON HAND – These are physical units on hand.

  • ON HOLD – Out of the physical on hand, this is stock on hold.

  • COMM – This shows item commitments to WO’s or Sales Orders within the DCL inventory system. This is different than the shipping system.

  • PROC – When an order ships, the part number required moves from fulfillment (FF) commitment to in-process commitment (PROC). After the order ships, there is no longer an FF order commitment, and there is a slight delay of no more than 5 minutes before the stock is deducted from ON HAND. The PROC commitment accounts for the stock before it is deducted from the system.

  • FF – FF stands for fulfillment. These are units committed to an order.

  • NET – This is the net available. It subtracts ON HOLD, COMM, PROC, and FF from the ON HAND to arrive at your net available stock.

Related articles

Did this answer your question?