In the era of modernization, warehouse and inventory management is crucial for developing businesses. Companies strive to have access to up-to-date information regarding stock levels, supply processes, and warehouse status. This is because even though a business aims to maintain minimum product quantities, it also aims for fast delivery processes. This situation can create a sense of trust for customers. For businesses that prefer manual entry in warehouse and inventory management, it is not possible to save time.
Because manual data entry requires time and attention during inventory counting to avoid errors, and it requires frequent monitoring during the procurement process, it becomes a system that an enterprise needs to allocate time for. In this case, ERP software has made it easier and more practical for companies with its Warehouse and Inventory Management program. As a result, companies will have real-time tracking in their warehouse and inventory program in less time and with less effort.
The Warehouse and Inventory Management Program offers you the option to manage it either based on the warehouse or based on the products within the warehouse. After a company purchases a product, they can easily initiate the transfer process to different warehouses or storage locations with just one click through the program, once the product arrives at the branch warehouse. As soon as the product reaches the intended warehouse during the transfer process, the authorized person can provide approval through the system and send a notification confirming the receipt of the product at the branch. This ensures that the product's location is updated in the Warehouse and Inventory Management Program. Additionally, after the company completes the purchasing process, they can enter the product into the system along with its serial number using the Warehouse and Inventory Management Program. This allows the company to have access to up-to-date information about which warehouses the product is located in, when the purchase took place, and who made the purchase at any given time.
In addition, the business has access to which warehouses hold stock of a particular product and can track the quantities of the product in real-time. By examining the stock report screen on the system, the business can control the total sales quantity of the product. This way, the business stays updated on the current status of its inventory. In this case, the business can learn about the stock quantity of the product in a simpler way and with less time spent compared to manual entry.
The business can view the shelf durations of products in the warehouse through the product control process. After purchasing the product, the business follows a purchasing process integrated with the sales and accounting modules. In other words, when a product is sold by the sales team, it requires approval from the accounting team. Once the accounting team approves the sale of the product, the stock quantity of the product decreases. Thus, by using a single program, the business reflects the sale of the product in its inventory with a single click, saving time.
A Warehouse and Inventory Management Program is a program that saves time and provides real-time access to information for a business. It is highly advantageous for the business. With this program, the business can easily update product inventory with a single click, deduct products from the stock after sales, and track product transfers. Additionally, the business can define barcodes within the program and track the quantity of products using a barcode scanner. This helps the business to have faster access to product information through a digital platform. With its simple and fast interface, this system provides a significant advantage for businesses.