Businesses and online stores must manage, control, and track inventory at any time and from anywhere. Today, inventory management is even more crucial to success and sustainability, as business transactions take place on a global scale and cover multiple locations. Manually entering, tracking, and counting inventory is nearly impossible by today’s industry standards.
So, technology companies and firms have designed and developed inventory management, control, and tracking apps to make inventory data entry, search, and visualization possible from any location and at any time using smartphones and tablets.
So, what are some noteworthy inventory management apps, currently?
Goods Order Inventory: Stay connected to your business and inventory with Goods Order Inventory. Manage multiple locations, users, and mobile access. Real-time inventory synching to create, disperse, manage, and track. Barcode scanning with mobile devices. User-friendly interfaces with easy navigation.
PlumSlice: BuildaBazaar is one such platform which uses this Inventory Management. It ensures all departments and systems have the same accurate information at all times by providing a cloud based collaborative product information repository for all pertinent content, including data, images, and video. It’s centralized approval and workflow mechanism eliminates the need to manage this information on multiple spread- sheets and/or systems.
Centralises your product data to avoid duplicate work before putting it online, Digital Asset Management, Maintain Data Consistency across channels like mobile, web and physical stores, Eliminate siloed information residing across organisation
On Shelf: An inventory management app geared toward small business, On Shelf for iPad gives users the ability to sync between iPads and easily access items using the built-in barcode reader. With On Shelf, you can spend less time managing your inventory and more time managing your business. Analysis and sales reports, color-coded current inventory, track product movement using the barcode reader.