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If POS were to be enhanced to allow for users to perform an inventory adjustment from the POS terminal (with proper security) - which HQ inventory journal do you believe should be used to process the adjustment
1. Movement Journal - which would allow the POS user to select a specific reason code for the adjustment which could them map to a GL offset account, allowing more user configuration when posting the adjustment.
2. Inventory Adjustment Journal - which would not allow the definition of different offset accounts and would create the posting transaction based on the default posting profile for the item(s) being adjusted.
Hi Holly Haines,
In my opinion Inventory adjustment journal would be a better approach in case of Retail operations. The inventory adjustment journal has the simple window to allow transactions for the items. While movement journal will give you much approach and cushion for other fabrications that can happen when you use it, including the offset account that you mentioned.
I would select Movement journal - as more flexibility in posting means 'closer to standard and no extensions' approach.
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