Go to Navigation > Warehouses. Inventory movements of the products which has been sold after starting work day are displayed, managed and tracked in this menu.

  1. Warehouses Screen: It shows current Warehouse inventory status.
  2. Display Cost Screen: It shows current item costs.
  3. Purchase Screen: Warehouse purchases are made in here.

In warehouses menu, it is possible to display inventory status and costs that only from the last start work period process. For different working periods, use related Reports from Navigation > Reports menu.


  • Purchase: Inventory entry operation into warehouse.
  • Inventory: Name of purchased raw materials, semi-finished products and products.
  • Product: The goods that are offered for sale by producing the inventories by using recipes are called Product (The products which without recipe, can’t be displayed in the warehouse.)
  • Inventory Cost: It is calculated by dividing inventory price total to inventory quantity total.
  • Product Cost: Calculated by dividing inventory quantity that used in recipes to inventory cost.

1- Warehouses Screen

  • Name: Purchased inventory raw materials, semi-finished products and products.
  • Unit: Inventory transaction unit (Quantity, Kg, Lt, Cl etc.)
  • Transfer: Inventory status that transferred from previous working period. (Inventory amount after sale and counting)
  • Purchase: Inventories that has been purchased after start work period.
  • Cost: After start work period, proportioning of current inventories to purchasing price.
  • Consumption: Product transaction amount. (Total amount that after Sales, Void, Gift, Lost)
  • Inventory: Inventory amount after transactions.

2- Display Cost

  • Product Name: Goods that produced for sale.
  • Portion: Defined different unit amounts of sold products. (Little soup)
  • Sold Amount: Amount of sold products. (Including Void, Gift)
  • Cost: Inventory cost.
  • Average Price: Average price through purchasing prices after start work period.
  • Profit Rate: Profit rate that is calculated by Purchase/Production, cost price and sale price.

3- Inventory Purchase (Entry) Operations

    • Ticket Number: SambaPOS automatically uses the process date as ticket number. It is also possible to customize ticket number according to restaurant’s need.
    • Entity: For inventory purchase you can select Supplier Entity selection.
    • Description: It is possible to write reminder about purchase operations.
    • When you click on Add button, you will see below titles; 
      • Name: Inventory Name (Product, Semi-finished product)
      • Quantity: Inventory Quantity.
      • Unit: Inventory Unit Definiton. (Piece, Kg, Gr, Lt, Can, Box)
      • Price: Inventory unit price.
      • Total: Inventory total price amount.
    • Create a purchase line for inventory purchase by using Add button.
    • It is possible to delete these lines.
    • When you click on Save button purchasing process will be saved.