This is a part of the Smart Ops Release. Click here to learn more about the Smart Ops Release.
The New Commissary module in the Smart Ops Release provides all of the administrative tools needed for Commissary Locations to have more control over their Commissary Items and the Order Guides completed by Ordering Locations. Editable grids make updating a Commissary Item or Order Guide's details quick and easy directly from their respective pages while the quick-add feature makes adding new Commissary Items a breeze.
New Commissary Items can be added and edited from the Catalog page to reflect the current Commissary Setup. Advanced features, such as the ability to toggle on and off an Item or Order Guide's availability, will allow Commissary Admins to build out Order Guides that include seasonal or temporary items without having to create multiple versions of the same Order Guide. When Order Guide submission deadlines are approaching, alert notifications can also be set to send out automatically to each Ordering Location's Commissary Entry Users so that they are reminded to complete their orders.
With enhanced functionality, the New Commissary module of Smart Ops gives Commissary Admins and Managers more control and less hassle.
Note: Have the Classic Commissary module but want this new version added to your Smart Ops screen? Reach out to your Coach or Customer Success Manager to learn how! This is currently only available to Early Adopters.
Important Note for Recipes
If Recipes are added to the Catalog that are not flagged as 'Available in Inventory', they will need to have an Item Cost Account set on the 'Accounts' tab of System Preferences . An error will occur on the Commissary Order if a Cost Account is not set.
Access to all Commissary features is found in Smart Ops. To navigate there, first click 'Smart Operations NEW!' listed in either the Operations or Schedule module.
In the left navigation pane, click 'Commissary' and then the desired page to open the New Commissary module.
The New Commissary module includes three key features. Review the following training articles to learn more about these features: