Bundles are finished, assembled products which are made from two or more other products. The components or products in a Bundle are known as a Bill of Material (BOM). Once the Bundle is assembled, the Bundle becomes an inventory item, that will have quantity associated with it. A Bundle can be made from inventory products, as well as non-inventory and service products.
Examples of Bundles:
- A recipe with each of the ingredients broken down
- A computer with a list of the components that go into the assembly
- A group of inventory items packaged together to sell at a discounted price
- Manufactured products which have inventory items and labor costs included in the finished product