Director of Marketing, SortlyShahzad Karachiwala
Keeping track of all the things your business needs or sells isn’t always easy. And trying to keep your inventory stockroom organized? That can easily take all day…or longer! Not to mention the more people involved, the more complicated tracking inventory seems to get. That’s where inventory management software comes in to help. With an intuitive, easy-to-use inventory software system, you (and your team) can easily monitor your inventory from literally anywhere.
The best way to keep track of inventory is with an easy-to-use, robust inventory management software system. With inventory management software, you can get real-time alerts, add meaningful pictures to your inventory list, and utilize barcodes and QR codes to automate otherwise tedious, error-prone processes.
Here’s how inventory management software can help you get real-time alerts, have a paper trail of all inventory activity, add pictures to your inventory list, and keep everything in one place:
What better way to monitor inventory levels than to get automatic alerts and reminders when you need to restock? You don’t have to worry about remembering to re-order more products. You also don’t need to think about expiration dates and warranties, as reminders will pop-up for these events, too.
When someone moves a product or sends it out to shipment there are a few things that are helpful to know. Starting with knowing who exactly moved the product, when it was moved, and where it’s located now. These details are critical for effective inventory control. Inventory management software gives you a virtual paper trail, so nothing slips through the cracks.
This is a must-have feature for keeping track of your inventory. Of course, inventory prices, the current amount in stock, and condition are all ultra-important notes to make in your inventory list. And you wouldn’t dream of creating an inventory list without that info. But adding an image is so easy when using software, and majorly beneficial. That’s because serial numbers and product names aren’t always meaningful to employees, inviting room for human error. Plus, actually seeing what you’ve got in stock is like stepping into your stockroom from anywhere, at any time.
It’s no fun having to check multiple spreadsheets and notes just to keep track of your inventory. When all your inventory information is stored in one place, it makes inventory management a lot simpler. Rather than wasting time rummaging through physical files, employees can log in to the inventory management system and get all the information they need.