Our Department Summary keeps missing items that have been sold. I can run the Item Summary report and the items show up in the Department like they should, but if I run the Department Summary for the same date range, it's missing about half of the Items in several of the Departments. Why might the Department Summary not be pulling in all of the information?
Thanks for choosing QuickBooks POS in managing your sales transactions, ArtsyMathNerd. I know how difficult it is when you can't find your items on the report. I'm here to help you with that.
The Sales Detail report will show you the sales of each item with a detailed listing of each transaction. However, the Sales by Item Summary report will tell you how many of each item or service you have sold, the total dollar sales, and the profitability of each product or service.
The differences between these reports might be the reason why you have missing items. I'd recommend exporting the reports in Excel. Then, manually compare them.
For more information about exporting report in Excel and how to customize it, please see these resources:
In case you want to verify or connect the on-hand item quantities in your inventory by doing a physical count, please see this article: Perform a Physical Inventory.
I’m always here if you have any additional questions about managing your reports, ArtsyMathNerd. It's my priority to get this resolved.
Thank you for your reply, @ArtsyMathNerd. I'm here to help you out with your missing items.
Let's make sure your QuickBooks Point of Sale is up to date. This procedure will assist you in resolving any errors you may experience while using the program.
If the issue persists, I recommend contacting our Point of Sale support. This way, an agent can do a screen share with you and see what's causing the report's missing data.
You can also go to our general QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale topics and articles by clicking this link. Simply seek responses that address your concern.
If you have any other questions or issues about inventory reports, please contact me at any time. I'll be there to support you. Take care!
I understand how important to get all departments on the summary report,Sbeckman3965. I've got you covered.
Repairing QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale is a good start when it comes to fixing program-related issues. Here are the steps to complete the process.
However, if the issue persists, I recommend getting in touch with our QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale Support. This way, they can investigate what is the reason behind this unexpected behavior
I've also included this reference for a compilation of articles you can use while working QB POS:
The Community is open 24/7, so please hesitate to visit us again here if you have follow-up questions about managing your departments or with your POS. I'll be more than happy to assist you again.