Brought to you by the team that originally created Exchequer®
Simple, cloud-based inventory management
iplicit’s stock & inventory management software helps organisations manage their inventory simply and easily. Providing a detailed view of stock levels and values across multiple warehouses, zones and bin locations, users can easily see customer orders, purchase orders and goods awaiting delivery. The software’s clever analytics functionality enables organisations to accurately forecast future stock requirements and potential shortfalls.
This clear visibility helps reduce surplus orders and unnecessary spend, alleviating the impact of current shipping delays, and increasing the efficiency of the entire stock management lifecycle.
Stock & Inventory Management Features at a glance:
- Full Stock / Inventory Management
- End-to-end stock Management processes
– Requisition > Order > Goods Received > Purchase Invoices
– Quote > Order > Dispatch > Sales Invoicing
– Any combination or configuration of the types above depending on requirement
- Multiple SKU’s per product e.g. Colours / Sizes
- Configurable stock locations
- Standard Product Price Lists & Price List Uploads
- Price Bands
- Customer Specific Price Matrix
- Stock takes
- Stock adjustments
- Stock transfers between locations
- Valuation methods can be set globally on product groups or on individual products
- Integrates with Online Store
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