What is an Inventory Management System?
An inventory management system combines the use of inventory software, barcode scanners, barcode printers, smartphones, and/or tablets. It provides product and service-oriented companies with the tools they need to easily and efficiently track inventory or stock. This marriage of hardware and software helps companies control the entire inventory lifecycle from receiving to shipping or disposal. A comprehensive system is capable of tracking all inventory types by quantity, cost, and location.
Reduce carrying costs and eliminate overstocks or stock shortages.
Easily scan and identify stock inventory utilizing barcode and mobile technology.
Instantly share inventory data with colleagues and automate inventory management tasks.
Where you can use it
- Stock and supply rooms
- Offices and classrooms
- Facilities management
What you can do
- Create purchase/sales orders
- Receive, put away, adjust, and dispose inventory
- Pick, pack, and ship
- Improve cycle counts
- Create, run, schedule, and share reports
- Print barcode labels
- Print and edit barcode labels
- Use smartphones and tablets to scan barcodes
The Power of Barcodes
Create and print barcode labels
Tag each inventory item or asset, including laptops, equipment, parts, etc., with personalized barcode labels. You can generate a unique barcode, choose what goes on the barcode label, and print, all in one place. By properly identifying inventory, inventory managers can make the best use of their resources and improve efficiency.
Smart Inventory Data Grids
Edit all user-interface columns and fields
Simply rename data fields in the system configuration settings so that the terminology makes complete sense to your team. You can also easily perform batch actions, sort data, and drag and drop columns/categories in the data grid view.
The Most Configurable Inventory Reports
Report on the data that matters to you
Passport provides a comprehensive reporting feature with no limit to the number of reports you can generate such as stock issue history, stock purchase order, suggested reorder, and physical inventory history. Otherwise, you can configure your reports with the user friendly editing tool and schedule the automated report run recurrence.