Sequence of Warehouse Documents
1. Documents > Warehouse > Warehouses
2. Documents > Warehouse > Aisles
3. Documents > Warehouse > Locations



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Where multiple entities exist within an organisation, lilac exe holds these records in head office (HO).

02 Name and Address
09 Debtor
10 Creditor
DQ CheckList_Head
DR CheckList_Line
DS CheckList_Notes
NY Delivery Instructions
SC Debtor Delivery Relation
43 Sales Exec
31 Name Account
BQ Name Sub Account
RV Reporting Centre
LT Store Number
EW Carrier
SA Carton Dimension
SB Carton Type
OT Volumetrics Record
NI Global Location

*Other records (e.g. 11 Product Code) may be uniquely held in branch entities.
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Lennox Computer LILAC Business Software
8/14 Ashtan Place, BANYO 4014
Brisbane, Australia
http://www.lennox.com.au
ERP Business Accounting Software
Distribution, Manufacturing, Job Costing
eMail: info@lennox.com.au
Phone: 07 3267 7880
Est. 1980
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LILAC Inventory and Warehouse Management Software
Warehouse Manager
Warehouse Manager uses barcode scanning and smart devices to interact with the LILAC ERP database, which includes the Warehousing module.

Warehouse manager provides control of stock and tracks movements in large warehouse situations.

Handheld or forklift mounted scanners and devices communicate barcode information in real-time with the LILAC database.

Products are received into warehouse locations, moved from location to location, utilised/sold, and despatched outbound by scanning barcodes, providing real-time visibility of product status through LILAC connections.

Standard LILAC software allows the user to instantly generate barcodes containing product and invoice information for individual products, cartons (containing multiple products), and pallets carrying mixed loads of cartons and products.

LILAC carton labels are formatted to the EAN-128 standard for consistency and compatibility with external logistic systems.

The barcode encodes the Product ID, Number of Items, date, etc.
Multiple Warehouse
LILAC supports multiple warehouses with advanced EAN, GTIN, SSCC, EDI intergration.
LILAC VPL Warehouse & New Technology Warehouse
1. Most systems default to LILAC VPL Warehouse - Six character warehouse locations.
2. New Technology Warehouse structure provides twelve character warehouse locations for large situations.
1. LILAC Warehouse (VPL)
LILAC Warehouse (VPL) is fully intergrated to the accounting database providing barcode scan stock placement, picking, stock take, and reporting.








Sequence of Warehouse Documents
1. Documents > Warehouse > Warehouses
2. Documents > Warehouse > Create Layout
3. Documents > Warehouse > Position List
4. Documents > Warehouse > Location


Example establishment sequences
1. Setup Warehouse: Documents > Warehouse > Warehouses
2. Generate Positions: Documents > Warehouse > Create Layout
3. Scan products into locations: Documents > Warehouse > Position List
4. Details by location key: Documents > Warehouse > Location
2. New Technology Warehouse - Multiple Warehousing
New Technology Warehouse structure provides twelve character warehouse locations for large situations.
Example establishment sequences
Head Office Records