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How to import new inventory items into MAS200

How to import new inventory items into MAS200

How to import new inventory items into MAS200

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I am looking for a solution to import a CSV file containing new inventory items directly into MAS v4.10 (we will be upgrading to 4.3 in a couple of months)  I am familiar with VI but can not find the correct config to make this happen.

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RE: How to import new inventory items into MAS200

Have you discussed this import with your reseller?

RE: How to import new inventory items into MAS200

A inventory import is pretty straightforward. There are required fields that are color coded in VI. Have your reseller create a template for you. You'll pay for it once, and use it whenever you want. It will need to be rewritten when you move to v4.4. Have your reseller include that upgrade in your proposal.

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