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Goods & Inventory Management

1. Detail data management for searching

1.1. Goods Categories

  • Organizing and grouping
  • Categorizing goods by their characteristics such as expire date, color, size, country of origin…
  • Utilizing bar code, according to various standards, can use the existing bar code of manufacturer or create a new one
  • Recording additional information such as: country of origin, brand, characteristics, groups, sections…
  • Adding or removing characteristic in a simple way 

1.2. Partner categories (suppliers, clients)

  • Including contact detail such as name of identity, address, phone number, fax number, email, tax code, bank account and many additional information

2. Optimizing Inventory Management

Warehouse management function: Centralized and decentralized goods management (from the distribution center or from warehouses of stores).

goods received – transfer goods – sales – return goods from buyers – receipt – goods issue –stock in– stock take – stock out – goods receipt – return goods to sellers – goods received

  • Goods received at the warehouse based on good issues invoices from suppliers
  • Transfer goods to various locations: can create internal transfer records to optimize goods organizing in each store. Allocate number of goods to transfer based on sales records and store’s inventory while goods in warehouse is goods’ supplies source. The software automatically measures the quantity of goods which need to be transferred from warehouse to the appropriate stores. The software also has phase 1 and phase 2 mechanisms for transferring goods. Phase 1: the accountant records invoices from the suppliers as well as quantity of goods in warehouse. Phase 2: the accountant records invoices from the suppliers while warehouse keeper records quantity of goods in warehouse. Therefore, managers can see the different between invoices and quantity of goods in stock.
  • Wholesale, retail, and online sales: records stock out of the warehouse from any stores.
  • Each month, inventory will be listed, printed for stock take, established document for accounting adjustment to match actual amount. Based on the difference in stoke take, quick input stock in and stock out quantities.

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