Boulevard offers the convenience of managing product pricing and inventory directly within the Boulevard dashboard. If a business currently uses Shopify or Quickbooks for products, a one-time product list import at the time of setup is possible by signing in to the respective account. However because a product list import is included with data migration, this is generally not necessary.
Viewing Products and Inventory
To access the product and inventory list, click the location > Manage > Products.
Adding New Products
From main business settings: Gear Icon > Products > New Product
Enter the Product Name then click Create Product
Enter the product size and color (optional)
Enter the product SKU or 12-digit UPC Barcode
Add a description (optional)
Add the Retail Price and Default Unit Cost. Note you can update the unit cost in a purchase order for a one-time unit cost change.
Select if tax is charged on the product
Choose the product Supplier (optional)
Choose the product Category (optional)
Enter the product Brand name
IMPORTANT TIP: Newly-added products will by default not be active at the location level. The product will need to be enabled at the location by clicking the purple toggle switch next to it. Only products whose category is set as "Retail" will show up in the Checkout window.
From the Products list click Edit Details next to the product to edit or delete
If editing, make the necessary changes then click Save Changes
To delete the product, click the the trash can icon at the bottom left
Adjusting Product Quantities
From the Products list click Adjust Quantities
Select the reason for the adjustment from the following options:
Received Stock - New product received from a purchase order
Usage - Product was used in-store for backbar or sample
Inventory Re-count - Inventory is being recounted for accuracy
Damage - Product is unsaleable due to damage
Theft - Product is unsaleable due to theft
Loss - Product is unsaleable due to other loss
Return - Product was returned
Enter the quantities of the desired products and click the purple checkbox to confirm
Click Save All when done
A historical record of the change will appear at the bottom of the product details window.
Note: When products are sold or inventory is decreased, Boulevard reflects the Unit Cost of the items using a first-in-first-out basis. This unit cost can be updated from the Default Unit Cost when creating a purchase order. When inventory is restocked such as after a refund, the product will use the Default Unit Cost.