ASAP Systems, the Market Leader in Inventory System Now Offers 8 New System Reports for Its Inventory Forecast Feature
SAN JOSE, Calif. – Oct. 15, 2019 – PRLog —
ASAP Systems, the market leader in Inventory System, has added new System Reports for its Inventory Forecast Feature. Already with its intuitive and analytical approach, our Inventory Forecast Feature has been upgraded to provide greater insight into perfecting the inventory replenishment process. The Inventory Forecast feature allows users to generate configurable reports for future inventory fluctuation based on historical receiving or consumption data.
The Barcode-based Inventory System has added 8 new system reports to its Inventory Forecast Feature. The addition of the 8 new pre-built reports offers greater flexibility, is more user-friendly, and will reduce downtime spent generating forecasted reports.
The new pre-made reports work in conjunction with both of the Forecast Methods found in our Inventory System, the Straight Line with Factor and the Moving Average Method.
The Moving Average Method now offers 6 reports, including different timeframe reports, received inventory reports, and issued inventory reports. The Straight Line with Factor has 2 new added reports. A Forecast Report based on received inventory, and a report based on issued inventory.
Continued enhancements made to the Inventory Forecast Feature increase inventory visibility and create greater opportunity for users and organizations to make more strategic and cost-effective decisions about inventory replenishment.
About ASAP Systems
We solve the biggest problems in Inventory Management and Asset Tracking. Through many years of experience, working on a vast range of unique customer requirements, we have developed unmatched expertise in creating solutions to fit almost any budget, technical or user requirement. Our highly-configurable and scalable barcode-based tracking systems are designed to provide maximum ROI today, tomorrow and into the future. Offices in California (headquarters) and Texas.