Inventory Software & Inventory Management Systems

Inventory Software
& Inventory System

Wasp Inventory Control – the complete inventory tracking system for small businesses. Dramatically increase profitability with an automated, user-friendly approach to inventory management. Inventory Control Software provides the ability to accurately track inventory, without the expense of a system typically reserved for large businesses.

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  • Mobile Computer
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  • Add the Inventory Control Web Viewer
    to instantly access inventory data from
    any PC in your network
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  • Software Developers Kit for Integration
  • Auto Parts Inventory Tracking Case Study
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Inventory Tracking or Asset Tracking?

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    The first step in finding a system is to understand whether you will be tracking assets or inventory. Assets are "permanent" objects that a business uses internally, such as computers, tools, or educational material. Although employees may check assets in or out to use in the office or out on assignment, an asset ultimately belongs to the company and must be returned to the company.

    Inventory tracking, however, refers to objects that are sold, distributed, or otherwise consumed by a company. These "temporary" objects include retail items and office supplies. Use the chart below as a guide to determine if you need an inventory tracking system or an asset tracking system.

    Description Asset Tracking Inventory Tracking
    Objects used internally, such as computers, tools, and educational materials Checkmark
    Track depreciation of company property Checkmark
    Track maintenance on company equipment Checkmark
    Objects are for sale or resale Checkmark
    Ability to track/monitor reorder levels Checkmark
    Objects are “temporary” and/or often replaced, such as paper, pens, and other consumables Checkmark
    Employees may check objects in and out Checkmark Checkmark

Recent Inventory Management Software Articles

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    Managing Assets & Inventory: Mid-Year Check-In
    Like personal resolutions, it’s important to not only set goals for your business, but also to check in on your progress and hold yourself, your team, and your business accountable. As we close out Q2, now is the ideal time to reflect on goals set at the beginning of the year and make necessary adjustments.

  • Inventory Control

    Creative and Unique Uses for QR Codes
    The more creative your QR code, the more likely you’ll create engagement between your message and consumers. The following companies successfully used QR codes in both inventive and creative ways to connect and educate their purchasing audience. How do QR codes fit into your advertising campaigns? Use the examples below as guideline or inspiration.

  • RaceSource

    Precision Drilling Ditches Excel for Inventory Control
    With 226 drilling rigs, 229 service rigs, and 28 snubbing units, tracking inventory at Precision Drilling is no small task. Despite the incredible volume of work Precision Drilling completed, they were still using Excel for inventory control.


The Myths of Inventory Management

  • You don’t have to be a major retail chain to understand the difficulties associated with accurate inventory tracking. Efficiently tracking inventory can be a major hassle for any business, regardless of size. Businesses today are wasting countless dollars due to their lack of a streamlined automated inventory tracking system.

    Wasted Inventory

    A recently released report showed that just 10% of all distribution centers and warehouses in North America use barcode automation for inventory control. This fact is easily understandable when you consider the large percentage of these businesses that would be considered small businesses. So why do so many small businesses rely on manual or spreadsheet-based inventory management systems?

    Historically, inventory tracking systems were not priced or designed for small companies. Many of these early systems would cost thousands to purchase and install, and required a company to have a dedicated department to manage the system. In addition, many of these inventory tracking solutions had hidden residual costs for annual support agreements. Finally, many of these solutions could not be customized to support the unique requirements of small businesses.

    In contrast, Wasp inventory management solutions are designed specifically to address the inventory tracking needs of small and medium businesses. Inventory software from Wasp is affordably priced for businesses of any size, and is engineered for easy installation and use – without a dedicated team to install or manage your inventory control software. Plus, Wasp inventory software is backed by free technical support for the life of the product, eliminating the expense of costly annual support contracts.

How do Inventory Management Systems Work?

  • Inventory Control Flow Chart
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