Actually I think if you have the Reserve field set to Always on the Customer or Item card it will automatically reserve items for you…or did I completely misunderstand that functionality when I read about it (it’s been a while).
Our two locations will be two geographically separate warehouses (we operate as a wholesaler/distributor). One is full service (carries all items) and the other stocked with higher turnover items. Low turnover items will be transferred as required.
Our business model is to take the order one day and deliver the next. We will have time to transfer the goods from one warehouse to another before they are due to be delivered.
Our instance of Navision is set to reserve stock when it is placed on a sales order. My understanding is that if i tie customers to one location, then they won’t reserve stock until the transfer order is completed. If I get users to alter location on the sales order line, then the stock will be reserved.
I favour the latter as it would mean that the customer who orders the stock first should always get it if demand exceeds supply.