The History of Inventory Management

The History of Inventory Management

People have been buying and selling things for centuries, so naturally, that means that inventory management has always existed in some form, at least. Obviously, there were no computers 300 years ago, and certainly no bar code readers, but people have always tried to...
A Beginner’s Guide to Inventory Management

A Beginner’s Guide to Inventory Management

Good inventory management is important for every business, and that’s something you’ve already heard hundreds of times. But what exactly does a good inventory system consists of, and how do you manage it in the most efficient way, without going into too many details?...
How to Increase Sales with Inventory Management

How to Increase Sales with Inventory Management

Proper inventory management is crucial if you want your business to succeed. Increasing sales revenue will make you happier, and your customers will have more trust in your business. As everyone who owns some kind of inventory already knows, you always need to have...
3 Things to Look for in an Inventory Management App

3 Things to Look for in an Inventory Management App

A business manager must always know what’s coming in and going out, and which supplies need to be replaced or replenished. If you’re running a small or medium-sized business, you know how tiresome inventory management can be. However, keeping track of your inventory...
4 Ways to Streamline Order Management

4 Ways to Streamline Order Management

How good is your order management? Do you always have enough stock to meet demand across all locations and in all seasons? And have you automated order management, or is it still a time sink? Whether you’re running a small local business, a thriving eCommerce...
How to Better Manage a Fragmented Inventory

How to Better Manage a Fragmented Inventory

A fragmented inventory can be scattered across multiple locations, warehouses, and suppliers’ drop-shipping facilities. It resists efforts at centralization for the simple reason that it’s economically viable to leave it where it is. Because the distance...