While implementing Meridiem Lighting ( a wholesale distributor of lighting fixtures to the hotel industry), we discovered a functional gap that we believe is worthy of reporting to your team.
We noticed that “Non-Stock Kit Items” which have “Stock items” as components ignore standard inventory rules when it comes to recognizing demand on the stock components. I am familiar with other mid-market ERP solutions that have “Sales Kit” functionality with the concept that the parent item is a phantom item used for bundling components for pricing purposes. Acumatica kind of recognizes this by showing both the parent item and the components on the “Pick Ticket”. Additionally, for “Stock Kit items” Acumatica provides the capability of recognizing demand on the components upon the entry of the quantity to be assembled during the “Kit Assembly” task. By ignoring the inventory rules for “Non-Stock Item Kits” , the following functionality is missing for these item types: