Current RMS doesn't PAT test your equipment or directly integrate with PAT testers. However, you can record PAT and other equipment test results in your system using custom fields. These fields can be pulled through to documents that are available to print from your opportunities or product pages.

Workshop is on the roadmap

A workshop module that will allow for advanced testing & maintenance is something that's planned for the future. All of our development is driven by customer feedback and demand; to vote on this idea, head to our customer wishlist: Workshop module

How this works

  • Create some custom fields to store your PAT or other equipment test results against your serialized stock levels.
  • Add information to those fields – you can import using CSV spreadsheet
  • View that data in Current RMS or pull through to your document layouts. 

What are custom fields?

Custom fields are a way of adding your own fields to the screens in your Current RMS system. You can add text boxes, date pickers, drop down boxes, and a range of other fields.  

You can create some custom field against your stock level page to store your PAT or other equipment test results 

To view, all you'll need to do is click into an asset page to see the results.

You can also set custom fields to show up in the stock levels view on the product page if you’d like to make them more noticeable – useful for test dates.

Get started

To create custom fields, check out our guide: Store additional data by creating custom fields

When creating your custom fields, be sure to set the module as “Stock Level” so that these fields appear on stock level screens.

Add test results to your custom fields

Edit a stock level in Current RMS to add to your custom fields. To edit a stock level, head into a product page and click a stock level under the “Stock Levels” heading. After this, hit the pencil icon at the top.

If you have lots of values to add, you’ll probably want to update all of the records at once with an import. When you set up custom field against the stock level, a column is created on the stock level export template for you. This allows you to update your PAT information en masse. 

Just export your stock levels to get a list of them, fill in the new test values for each product, then re-import this to Current RMS to update all of the values.  

This kind of setup is especially good if your testing software can export to a CSV or other kind of spreadsheet – it’s just a case of merging or copying the values from one CSV to the other. 

See: Amend data via export and import

Custom fields

Once you’ve added these custom fields and added them to opportunities, these can be pulled onto opportunity documents. 

This means that once you’ve allocated assets to your job, a test document can display the test custom fields against the assets so you can send this to your customer if they require some sort of certificate. 

Head to System Setup > Document Layouts to start modifying your layouts. 

If you’re not confident editing HTML & CSS, we offer a free service for modifying layouts, so we’d be happy to take a look at this for you. Start a conversation with us using the green help bubble to let us know what you’re looking for ↘️

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