I am looking to implement ATUM with a few of the premium plugins (multi inventory and product levels) - I'm currently testing on your demo site and having a few issues probably with my configuration of it.
Basically our business is a small-medium food manufacturer - we were considering using unleased software (https://www.unleashedsoftware.com/industry/food-manufacturing-software) but I am hoping to be able to use ATUM instead as I prefer a solution running on our own wordpress/woocommerce and your offering looks really promising.
The issue I am having is with decimal reducions for raw materials.
A product we produce (Product A) has a bill of materials (certain measurements of ingredients and then packaging)
I have entered the bill of materials for this product, to make 1 unit of the finished product it would use for example 0.1 units of Raw Material 1.
The problem I am having is that if I produced 10 units of product A, it seems to reduce the associated Raw material 1 correctly by 1 full unit (0.1 * 10 = 1).
However, if I just produced 1 unit of product A, stock central will correctly say 0.1 units of raw material 1 are committed (in the committed column).... BUT - upon selling this product and woocommerce reducing its stock level, raw material 1 still has 1 unit of stock left (but it should now only have 0.9 units of stock left as 0.1 has been consumed). The commited column correctly goes back to 0 in this situation.
Could you please guide me if I am missing something or have a setting in incorrectly (perhaps how decimals are being rendered in the stock available columns + product level views?)
I've tried many of the decimal and genral settings but cannot seem to get it working as desired.
Hopefully a simple fix for something I've missed as I am convinced outside of this issue that the plugin will be suitable for my business and we can use it for the long term.
P.S. - if you have any other info on how other food manufacturers configure/use the plugin that would be great as well.