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Inventory Multi-Site Feature

Efficiently track all Inventory Items within multiple locations.

Inventory System Multi-Site Feature

The Multi-Site Feature is designed for Enterprises, Global Organizations, and Large to Medium Entities with multiple locations known as sites.
This Powerful Feature offers the ability for entities to keep their Data separate and independent within the sites. This eliminates the need to buy separate systems.

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The Main Objective of The Multi-Site Feature

The main objective of our Inventory System’s Multi-Site feature is to eliminate the purchase of multiple Inventory Systems and the need to manage multiple system integrations to meet all tracking requirements. Our Multi-Site Feature is a cost-effective solution and can significantly enhance an organization’s workflow.

The Difference Between a Site and a Location:

Site:

A Site is a cluster of Locations that share the same data, which incorporates shared Locations, Inventory, Vendors, Employees, and more. Within a designated site, the Inventory data is exclusive and is not accessible to other sites.

Site example: An Organization may have up to 5 Warehouses, each Warehouse will be considered a site and will have its own site-specific data.

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Location:

A location is a designated area within a site, that can be stationary or movable. Location Example: Within a Warehouse, a location can incorporate, Aisles, Shelves, Slots, Palettes…

Site Users vs Global Users

There are 3 categories that will encompass all organizational employees while using our Inventory System’s Multi-Site Feature. First, an organization will have both a Site Level Administrator and a Global Administrator.  The next category consists of Site Concurrent and Global Concurrent Users. The third category is made up of All Employees/Non-System Users. Each category and user type will have specific capabilities as outlined below.

 

On A Site Scale

On A Global Scale


In Addition to all Site Users Capabilities


Administrative Users


  • Control only the Designated Site

  • Configure more than 50+ Inventory System Functions

  • Create New Users

  • Assign security levels

  • Designate Access Levels

  • And much more


  • Create New Sites

  • Configure the Inventory System on a Global Scale

  • Switch between the different Sites

  • Create Global Users



Concurrent Users


  • Perform all Inventory-Related Processes

  • Receive, Move, Issue/Consume Inventory…

  • Set Min/Max Inventory Levels per Site

  • Generate, Configure, and Schedule Inventory Reports within their Designated Site’s Data


  • Navigate through Multiple Sites

  • Move Inventory between Sites

  • Generate Global Reports for Inventory Data at All-Sites



All Employees / Non-System Users


  • All Staff/Non-System Users have access through a Shopping Cart, enabling them to browse Inventory Items, Request Inventory, view the status of their requests, and Historical Data, all within their Own Designated Site.



Administrative Users


On A Site Scale



  • Control only the Designated Site

  • Configure more than 50+ Inventory System Functions

  • Create New Users

  • Assign security levels

  • Designate Access Levels

  • And much more


On A Global Scale


In Addition to all Site Users Capabilities

  • Create New Sites

  • Configure the Inventory System on a Global Scale

  • Switch between the different Sites

  • Create Global Users



Concurrent Users


On A Site Scale



  • Perform all Inventory-Related Processes

  • Receive, Move, Issue/Consume Inventory…

  • Set Min/Max Inventory Levels per Site

  • Generate, Configure, and Schedule Inventory Reports within their Designated Site’s Data


On A Global Scale


In Addition to all Site Users Capabilities

  • Navigate through Multiple Sites

  • Move Inventory between Sites

  • Generate Global Reports for Inventory Data at All-Sites



All Employees / Non-System Users


On A Site Scale



  • All Staff/Non-System Users have access through a Shopping Cart, enabling them to browse Inventory Items, Request Inventory, view the status of their requests, and Historical Data, all within their Own Designated Site.

Implementation Alternatives
for our Inventory System’s Multi-Site Feature

Our Inventory System’s Multi-Site Feature offers multiple implementation options that can serve any organization requiring multi-site tracking.  Keep in mind, different geographical areas are not required to implement and benefit from the Multi-Site Module. 

Examples of Multi-Site Implementations:

 

  • An Enterprise with 3 departments, each department is considered a site  
  • A Fire Station with multiple Firehouses throughout a county
  • A Global Corporation that is expanded into multiple branches scattered across the world
  • A Military Base with multiple Warehouses 
  • A medium-sized Company with multiple Stockrooms/Storage Facilities 

From stockroom managers to researchers, firefighters to warehouse workers, and designers to IT, regardless of industry, organizations often employ hundreds, if not thousands, that all play a crucial role to ensure organizational success.

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Understanding Organizational Flow

Having access to accurate information at a moment’s notice is a challenge that can be resolved by the advanced technology provided by our Inventory System. Our Inventory System integrates real-time analytics on streaming data directly from a user-specific dashboard. This enhancement allows users the ability to become more data-driven and more strategic in decision making.

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Access and Data Flow Within The Inventory Multi-Site Feature

The Global Database is divided into independent divisions (aka site data) enabling the data to be segregated for the Site Administrators and Users, yet still visible and accessed by the Global Administrator.  

Each Data Site has its own site Administrator that controls the access and the data flow between the System and the Concurrent Users. Through a global security setting, Global Administrators control who has access to what data.

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