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What is the best approach to setup Finished Goods - control?

edited Jan 18, 2023 10:51PM in Ask A Guru 2 comments

We have a process to do this with finished goods items but it's not ideal. Currently when we receive stock, we will take 10% to QC and have them looked at for any faults. The way we record this in NetSuite, is using one of the below codes and create a WO.

a. Assembly/Bill of Materials

b. Assembly/Bill of Materials

The issue with this process is that once the WO is built, it adds stock on hand at a value to that SKU. It creates a stock value for an item that has no value which is no good for finance or reporting. 

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