Manage and build your kits in RestockPro.
The Kits page lists every kit SKU in an expandable grid. Click the + icon beside any kit to view a list of its parts and their available quantities. Click the blue Grid button to expand the entire grid. Also, note the icon in the upper right corner of the grid which allows you to access additional columns for display in the grid.
There are several useful quick filters at the top of the page.
|Use the flag to identify kits that are currently flagged for restocking.|
|The wrench filters all SKUs which could be built using parts available in local inventory.|
|The local filter shows only kits available in local inventory.|
|The hamburger icon filters for all kits.|
Updating, Building and Breaking Kits
Click the pencil icon to clear "on order" quantity if you ordered kits but decided to use their parts differently. Under the Local Quantity column, click the break icon to break apart a kit. Breaking a kit means that the kit SKU in local will be replaced by all of the parts.
Finally, you may build kits from here so long as there is buildable quantity. Click the blue wrench icon next to each kit to build the kit. Typically you will want to use the checkbox to clear the on order status for each kit that you build.
The Kit Optimizer saves you a lot of time and number crunching! RestockPro will examine all of your kits, along with their current restock need and parts available to build. Click the button and choose whether RestockPro should first break apart all of the kits that are currently in Local Inventory. Next, select the option to optimize by Estimated Margin, Estimated Margin %, or Profit Potential. Now, sit back and let RestockPro update your local inventory for you. It will attempt to build the suggested kit restock quantities in order or highest to lowest margin.
** Note: After running the Optimizer, please wait a few minutes before attempting to run it again. The restock suggestions must be recalculated based on the newly built quantities and parts that have been converted to kits, so running it multiple times in succession may result in errors.