I maybe haven’t made this very clear…
Companies A and B are entities set up within ERP Next. Companies A and B have their own suppliers and customers.
Company A buys serialised stock from various suppliers and receives this stock into one of several stock locations.
Company A have direct ‘end customers’ -i.e. the public.
Company A also have franchise operators to which stock is sold (i.e. the ‘end customer’ of that stock is a customer of Company B - perhaps in Shop 1).
Company B is a legally and physically separate company, operating as a franchise. They want to use the same ERP as Company A. They have several shops on the high street and, as part of the franchise agreement, have to purchase certain stock directly from Company A.
Company B should therefore be able to raise a PO with Company A and Company A need to know where to send that serialised stock (i.e. one of Company B’s several shops - Shop 1).
Once the delivery arrives at Company B’s shops, they should only be able to receive it into the store location that it is expected at (i.e. the Delivery Note and the Stock Move should show that the stock has been sent to Company B, Shop 1 and received accordingly. Shop 2 should not be able to receive the goods).