Everything is grouped by Style.  Each style has a range of colours and sizes.  Define the style and automatically produce all the items.  Select an style to buy or sell and just fill in the grid that dynamically appears. or select individual elements within the style - it is all compatible.

Know what you have sold at the individual item level, or by style.  You can even know what colours or sizes sell across styles.

Maybe it isn't apparel but it follows the same Style, colour size structure. So just rename the labels and get the full benefit.

This module is an overlay that adds functionality to Debtors, Creditors and Inventory.

Key points(Click to expand)

Produce dozens of items by defining a single style.

The style has 12 different sizes and comes in 5 different colours - define the style and get the 60 items generated for you and completely linked to the style.

Colours change - so can the style

If a colour or size is dropped from the style you can exclude it as well without losing and of the connection of sales activity for what has been dropped.

Likewise, if a new colour or size is added, just grow the style.

Style vs individual items

Chreos keeps track of the Style but also also keeps track of the individual elements as if they had no connection to a style.  So you get the full reporting power of CHREOS at both levels.

Reports can be be line items or grids

We do both - or combine the two on the one Debtor invoice.

Availability grid

When entering a transactions see stock levels, client order levels or a range of other pieces of information at a glance. 

The entry grids can be customised and coloured to match your company requirements.

Features(Click to expand)

Unlimited colours and sizes

Yet from a practical viewpoint there is.  Who wants to have to be scrolling off a screen?  And grid reports isn't so good after about 18 different sizes.  but any number is possible.

Sizes and colours can be in multiple styles

Define a palate of colours for a style and then use it for a different style as well.  Or just use some of the colours.

Define size ranges for Kids, women, men, slippers, whatever and use them for each appropriate style

Of have a completely unique palate and size range for each style.  It is your choice.

Activate parts of it on different machines

While the module is active on each machine you can choose which machines have access to Apparel invoices as opposed to normal invoice entry.  Like wise for Suppliers and inventory screens.

POS will show style inf.

It may not make sense to have use the Style grid in Point of Sales but when you have someone at the counter you can look up the show they have in their hand and see what other colours and sizes are available, and what stock you have.

WEB enables styles

Everything that you can save for the a single items for display on the web can also be entered for a style as a whole.


Transactions(Click to expand)

Client orders

Enter orders into a Style grid or as individual lines

Debtor packing slips and  invoices

packing slips and invoices can also be entered into a Style grid or as individual lines.

Also there is on loss in functionality for moving products from one state to another.

Supplier orders

Use the Style grid to enter orders or revert to the standard entry format - or move between the two.

Inwards goods

Convert an order to invoice with in the styles.  Apply an new cost price to the style and see it applied to all the elements.


Normally a stocktake should be done element by element but Chreos also allows you to enter the count style by style using our famous grids.

Integration(Click to expand)


The Apparel module functions like an overlay of inventory in that it adds to how Inventory can be defined and replaces some of the screens.  It is possible to have a mix of Apparel and non-apparel items.  To have Apparel the Inventory module must also be licenced.


Likewise with Debtors, in appropriate places you can enter via style grid or line by line.


And likewise with Creditors, in appropriate places you can enter via style grid or line by line.


Websites that are integrated with Chreos and which display and/or sell products can have all the information required about the products loaded into Chreos.  This includes images and long descriptions.

Any changes made to the product in Chreos will then be reflected on the website.  As product is sold on the web the sales flow back into Chreos and inventory levels are adjusted accordingly.

If the Chreos licence includes Apparel then Styles and all their detail can also flow to the Web and be treated as a single item that the user then makes colour and size decisions about.