If you are a retail-heavy business, you typically order products in bulk from a vendor as product kits. Unbundling such bullk orders is time-consuming and cumbersome. 

With Zenoti auto-unbundling, when you receive a product kit, the system automatically unbundles the products in it and updates the stock levels of the kit and individual products.

Let’s say that the Face Care kit has 15 units of Anti-Aging Cream and 15 units of Moisturizer. You usually receive 20 such kits from your vendor every quarter. To unbundle all the kits, you or one of your staff have to perform the unbundle action 20 times in Zenoti. Instead, if your organization has enabled auto-unbundling on such bulky kits, you can save time.

Your Admin can enable auto-unbundling at a kit level by selecting the following option in the Manage Products page:

Admin > Resources > Products > Product Kit Name > Automatically unbundle product kit on delivery

When you receive the kit for which auto-unbundling is enabled, Zenoti makes a record of this action in the Inventory > Product Kits > Manage Product Kits page.

To auto unbundle products on delivery

  1. Ensure that you are at the organization level.
  2. Navigate to Admin > Resources > Products.
    The Manage Products page opens.
  3. Search for the product.
  4. Click the name.
    The product page opens.

4. Select the Automatically Unbundle Product Kit on Delivery checkbox.
Important
: If you do not see this setting, it means that the product is not a kit. You need to mark the product as a kit by selecting This is a Product Kit option and set up products in it.

5. Click Save.
    When you receive any kit, Zenoti automatically updates the product quantities of         the individual units in the respective product pages and also in the Current Stock         report.
     For example, you have received 20 Face Care kits and if the Automatically                    Unbundle Product Kit on Delivery is enabled, Zenoti automatically unbundles the         Anti-Aging Cream and Moisturizer, and update the respective stock levels. 

Note: You can refer the Comments column in the History section to view this transaction.

See Also

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