riteSCAN 8 Receipt from Inspection
riteSCAN Receipt from Inspection can be found under the Picking & Receive tab in riteSCAN. This module allows the user to receive items from inspection and track where the item will go after the inspection. This guide will cover the use of the Receipt from Inspection module.
As you enter Receipt from Inspection, enter or scan your item’s Goods Received Note (GRN). From there, choose what you will be doing with the item. You can Count, Inspect, Scrap, Reject, Return, or Accept.
Click Count and enter or scan the quantity. Click Count Complete if you are finished counting. Click post.
Click Inspect and enter or scan the quantity. Enter the results of your inspection in the Document field. Click Inspect Complete if the inspection is complete. Click post.
Click Scrap and enter or scan the quantity. Enter why you are scrapping those items in the Document field. Enter the Rejection Code. Enter relevant Narration. Click post.
Click Reject and enter or scan the quantity. Enter why you are rejecting those items in the Document field. Enter the Rejection Code. Enter relevant Narration. If you are returning the items to the supplier, check the box labeled Return to Supplier and enter the Supplier. Click post.
Click Return and enter or scan the quantity. Enter relevant Documentation. This would typically be the Reject document number you created when you initially rejected the item. If this is a Return from Supplier, check the box. Click post.
Click Accept and enter or scan the quantity. Enter Concession reference associated with the specific Lot, if applicable. If the company is Multi Bin, a field will appear for bin. Enter Notation that can be printed on the journal report and Job. Click post.
The riteSCAN Receipt From Inspection module works with the PO Receipt module, which replicates the “Purchase Order Inspection” program in SYSPRO.
The SYSPRO help file will also be useful to learn more about the process and the various fields available. Open the SYSPRO Help File, then click Program List, Purchase Orders, Purchase Order Processing, Purchase Order Inspection, then click the link for Inspection Details (see screenshot at the end of this document).
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