New in Keystone 14: Working with Parts Is Easier!

As of Keystone Version 14, we’ve added new functions in Reconfigure Parts to make working with parts a little easier.

Moving a single class of parts from one vendor to another 
Previously, you could not change vendor codes through the application unless you specified ALL classes. You now can specify a SINGLE class to change vendors.

In the example below, we are moving Class P in vendor MIS, to Class P in vendor PHO.

Note: The new vendor and class must exist and any parts on open stock orders will not be moved.

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Assigning an overriding tax code to an entire Vendor or Class of parts
Previously you had to add tax codes to parts one at a time. Now you can assign a code to an entire vendor class.

In the example below, we’re adding a T (taxable) tax code to Class A (apparel) for Vendor CLA.

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