Inventory Management: Keep It Clean

One word keeps cropping up in conversations about inventory management: seamless.
Business owners agree that if you have to do double duty entering data in different systems, you’re bound to mess up and cost yourself money and time fixing the problem.
That’s where Enterprise Resource and Planning (ERP) software comes in, taking over the tedious work of tracking merchandise, alerting you when stocks are low, and integrating with such other business systems as accounting and customer relationship management.
Now is the best time to buy your business a gift – more visibility, better processes and greater efficiency. Why? Because you will be able to take the business software you buy now as a deduction. And who doesn’t want to squeeze one more tax deduction in before December 31st?
Today many businesses are discovering that purchasing software is more affordable than ever. Thanks to the “bonus” depreciation write-offs created by the Tax Relief, the cost of certain capital investments can now be substantially reduced with the combined use of incentives and 100 percent bonus depreciation. However, this bonus depreciation write-off is available only for purchases made in 2011.
One word keeps cropping up in conversations about inventory management: seamless.
Business owners agree that if you have to do double duty entering data in different systems, you’re bound to mess up and cost yourself money and time fixing the problem.
That’s where Enterprise Resource and Planning (ERP) software comes in, taking over the tedious work of tracking merchandise, alerting you when stocks are low, and integrating with such other business systems as accounting and customer relationship management.
Inventory management is more than just counting how many pencils you have to sell, it’s “your face to the world,” You have a relationship with the customer and the completion of that relationship is the actual product. If you don’t have the products when the customer wants them, you damage that relationship permanently.
“That’s what you’re looking for in your software – can this software deliver to me on that promise?”
The right software can deliver. Ultimately, you want software that allows you to keep promises – to learn more contact us.