SKU Profile
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Written by Andrew Day
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The SKU Profile provides access to detailed information and actions for a specific Stock Keeping Unit - also known as a SKU. A single product may break down into several SKUs if a license holder offers the product in several options. For example, a dried cannabis product may be available in multiple sizes–5g, 10g, 20g, etc. Each of these sizes is a unique SKU, and each SKU will have its own SKU Profile.

The SKU Profile splits into five tabs: Overview, Client Sales Setup, Cases, Combo SKUs, and Inventory.

Open a SKU Profile by selecting a SKU from the Product Profile. The SKU's Overview tab will open by default.


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The Overview tab collects and displays essential information about the SKU. The base SKU's unit of measure will always default to EACH, which means that information entered in the SKU Profile pertains to a single bottle–or EA unit–of the SKU. Visit the Cases tab to configure Case SKUs–cases of several bottles sold to vendors through the Wholesale application.

For quick reference, the Overview tab displays the number of EA units packaged into the SKU. EA Units are classified using one of three statuses:

  • Available: The units are available for clients to purchase through the Client Portal.

  • On Hand: The total quantity of packaged units at the license holder's facility. Some of these units may be in unreleased Packaging Runs/Received Inventories, in cases, or otherwise unavailable for sale through the portal.

  • Reserved: Orders have been placed requesting the units, but the orders have not yet been fulfilled.



If the SKU is a cannabis product, the Overview tab also displays the SKU's cannabinoid potency information. This serves as a preview of how the SKU's potency information will be displayed in the Client Portal.

In the Client Portal, the source of a product/SKU's publicly visible cannabinoid potency information, and the units of measure displayed, depend on the product's type. Some product types, like products with the Dried subclass, pull potency information directly from an associated lab report. For other product types, like products with the Extracts - Ingested and Extracts - Inhaled subclasses, you can decide whether the portal will pull potency information from an associated lab report or user-configured values. Furthermore, for some product subclasses like Topicals (Discrete) and Edibles, publicly visible potency information does not pull from a lab report and must be configured on the Client Sales Setup tab.

Visit the Guide to Client Portal Potency Displays for a breakdown of how publicly visible potency information is configured based on a product's type.

SKU Setup

The SKU Setup section stores the SKU's internal information. Information entered here is not publicly visible, so you can enter a SKU Name and Description that are compatible with the license holder's inventory tracking and management system. The SKU's client-facing information is configured separately in the Client Sales Setup tab.

The SKU Setup section contains four sub-sections:

  • Basic Information: The SKU's name, description, and market.

  • Contents: The net weight and/or volume of a single EA unit of the SKU. If the SKU's product type is not Dried, a field will appear to enter the SKU's Dried Gram Equivalent. This provides consumers with a consistent measurement by which to compare the potencies of different products, regardless of product type. If the SKU is measured using discrete units, fields will appear to enter the net weight/volume of each discrete unit, as well as the number of discrete units in each EA unit.

  • Pricing: The SKU's pricing information, including its wholesale price, manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP), and min/max price.

    • Note: The Wholesale Price is a mandatory field, as this price is used to calculate the closing inventory value for monthly reporting.

  • Barcode Data: The Case SKU's 14-digit Global Trade Item Number and/or 12-digit Universal Product Code.

  • Integration: A mapping field for use with external systems.


SKU Statuses


The SKU will have one of two statuses: Available for Purchase or Unavailable for Purchase. This status indicates whether or not customers can purchase the SKU. To stop or start selling a SKU, click the

icon to open the menu and select Stop Selling or Start Selling.

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