Production & Inventory Management in the Computer Age by Oliver W. Wight presents in 284 pages the key aspects of production and inventory management, adapting them to the inventory management revolution that the rise of computers has brought about. This book is neither the most up-to-date nor the most comprehensive resource on the topic of production and inventory management, but it remains relevant to this day. It’s a good companion to any online inventory management system.

The book balances the theoretical aspects of production and inventory management with a fair selection of practical inventory management tips. Online inventory management systems have come a long way in recent years, superseding with their intelligence tools many of the manual approaches to inventory management presented in this book. Nevertheless, the straightforward explanations on inventory management metrics that author Oliver W. Wight presents can help you become a more knowledgeable inventory manager, with or without an inventory control application.

Production & Inventory Management in the Computer Age can help you use an inventory control application more effectively. It does this by providing you with more in-depth resources than the free online resources you can access online. While you don’t have to read Production & Inventory Management in the Computer Age to be able to use an online inventory management system like DataQlick, the extra knowledge that you gain from this read can help you overcome the big challenges of production and inventory management, such as overstock, supply chain difficulties, and stock unavailability. Learn more about DataQlick.