Figure 28 – Add Product
1. Go to - Products - Add Products.
2. Provide a Product Name, SKU, Brands Units, Category Sub-category
SKU: Add a unique SKU which will be used to identify the product & Print barcode in labels. Leave it empty to auto-generate it. You can also add a Prefix for auto-generated SKU.
Barcode Type: Select a barcode type, default/recommended is C128 option. We recommend changing if only if the product added already have an SKU number for it.
3. Not for Selling: If a product is marked not-for-selling then it will not be displayed in POS or sales screen. This can be useful when using manufacturing module to make the ingredients as product not-for-selling also if you want to temporary disable selling for some products.
4. Alert Quantity: Alert quantity is used to alert when remaining stocks reaches to this level or below it.
5. Manage stock: Enable/Disable stock management at a product level. Product stock management is not required for services like Repairing, Hair Cutting, Web Development Printing. For items with Manage Stock Unchecked (disabled), you can sell them in unlimited quantities. Selling of service using UltimatePOS
6. Business Location: Select the business location(s) where this product can be sold or purchased.
7. Select Applicable tax for that product. Adding Tax
1. Applicable for products with no variation with them then select single
2. When selecting Single product – You will need to enter the Default product price including/excluding tax, Profit Margin % (you can set default profit margin from settings Business Settings; this will help to type % every time). Based on the profit margin it will auto calculate selling price excluding of Tax. You can also enter the selling price manually and it will auto adjust the profit margin for you.
Figure 29 – Variable Product Type Set up
1. Applicable to a product having variations (like size or color or design or flavors etc.) You can define variation templates from Products - Variations. The advantage of creating variation is that it saves time to add same variations multiple time.
2. When selecting Variable product - It will display different fields to add all variations and its related Purchase price, Selling Price. You have to select the variations from the dropdown and it will auto-populate the variations for that template. You can change the variable name, Variation values.
3. To give same purchase price or selling price or profit for all variations of a product click on the double tick in the first variation.
Figure 30 – Adding Purchase / Selling / Profit Price for all variation
Figure 31 – Adding Combo / Bundle Products
Adding a bundle product
1. Combo product are also called bundle products.
2. It is offering several products as one combined product. For example a product “Computer Set” can have: 1 PC Monitor + 1 PC CPU + 1 Pc Keyboard + 1 PC mouse So when someone buys Computer set she gets all the products in it.
3. Stock of bundled product depends on stock of individual products present in that bundle. Example: if you have 5 PC Monitor, 4 PC CPU , 10 pc Keyboard, 50 PC mouse, the stock of Computer set will be 4 PC.
4. When the bundle product is sold, stock of all products inside is automatically deducted.
5. Individual products present in bundle product can also be sold separately.
6. Bundle products cannot be purchased, only individual products present in it can be purchased.
Click on Save.
You can edit a product. You can also Copy / Export to CSV, PDF or Excel file.
Adding Products with multiple variations:
If you have products which involve multiple variations like for example a Shirt can have Color & Size variation, then we have multiple ways to work with it:
Solution 1, Create combined variation: Can a variation with a name “Color-Size” and add values like Red-Small, Red-Medium, Red-Large, etc. This can be used for while adding the Shirt.
Solution 2, Create multiple Products: Create multiple different products like Shirt-Red, Shirt-Green, Shirt-Blue with size as variations. When you create multiple products you will NOT have to enter the same details multiple times, first, add the Shirt-Red with all size variations of it and then use the Duplicate Product action to copy the data.
Assigning/remove location of multiple products at once:
Go to List Products and refer to this screenshot.
Figure 32 – Adding location of the products
Figure 33 – Deactivating / Activating Product
Deactivating & Activating Product:
Figure 34 – Print Labels
Users can print labels for their products by the search fields and have it previewed before printing.
Figure 35 – Print label setting
Users can select the barcode setting prior to printing of the labels.