Inventory System Now Integrates with QuickBooks.
San Jose, CA (August 6, 2012)—ASAP Systems (http://www.asapsystems.com), the market leader in Inventory System today announced that its newly released cloud-computing application, Inventory System, now offers full QuickBooks integration. With just a click of a button, users of our Inventory System Stock can easily synchronize their inventory data with the popular business accounting application, automating repetitive tasks such as generating bills, item receipts, inventory adjustments, and invoices.
Launched in July, our Inventory System is available to companies and organizations as a web-based application for tracking and managing inventory. Data is centralized in a single online workspace, making it easy for employees to share real-time updates, reports and more. All users need is an Internet browser to have complete control of their inventory information anytime, anywhere and on any platform.
In addition, our Inventory System extends QuickBook`s accounting features, such as tracking items by “location”, a key inventory requirement not supported by QuickBooks alone.
“Our mission is to create technology that makes inventory management as easy as possible for our customers,” said ASAP Systems President and CEO Elie Jean Touma. “By integrating BarCloud with QuickBooks, our customers are able to streamline their business, resulting in better organization and increased efficiency, which ultimately leads to improved profitability.”
For those who want to try our Inventory System, ASAP Systems is offering a special promotion through August 31, 2012.
About ASAP Systems
We are ASAP Systems, a market leader in asset and inventory tracking solutions that use barcode with hand-held computers (scanners) and smartphones. We help improve your institution’s profitability by eliminating manual data entry, paper files, and forms and by automating records and other documents. With our Inventory System, you know 24/7 how and where assets and inventory are received, stored, used and disposed of—in the warehouse and in the field.