1. Make sure you’re linking main SKUs to sub-SKUs. This is a secret weapon for every seller. By linking your main SKUs to sub-SKUs, you can avoid unexpected shortages and gain mastery over inventory tracking. Be sure to read our informative article
➡️New to mains and subs in the SKU empire?⬅️
Here it is, really simple.
Main-SKU = “Main-SKU” refers to the primary product purchased from a supplier, serving as a key component of inventory management and supply chain operations. It represents the specific item or variant regularly stocked to meet customer demand.
Sub-SKU = The term “sub-SKU” refers to the individual product or item as it is presented and sold to customers. It represents the specific variant, version, or packaging option of a product that is available for purchase.
Kit-SKU = The term “kit-SKU” pertains to a bundled product configuration that is offered for sale. It refers to a combination of multiple individual products or components, packaged together as a single unit for customer convenience. The kit-SKU represents a pre-assembled or pre-packaged offering designed to fulfill specific customer needs or preferences.
It’s crucial to understand the significance of linking main and sub-SKUs for accurate tracking. This step can make a huge difference in your inventory management. Therefore, I highly recommend checking out the article that explains the process in detail.
The Inventory Ahead Team