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ASAP Systems, the Market Leader in Inventory Systems, Continues to Enhance its Forecast Feature.

NEW YORK – Sept. 24, 2019 – PRLog —

ASAP Systems, the market leader in Inventory System, announces additional enhancements to its Inventory Forecast Feature.  With an intuitive and analytical approach, the Inventory Forecast Feature can increase the productiveness of the inventory replenishment process.  The Barcode-based Inventory System’s Forecast Feature can evaluate and interpret past inventory data to accurately forecast future inventory needs.

The Forecast Feature has incorporated a new data grouping functionality for forecasting reports. Users can group the inventory forecast report based on specific requirements, such as date, vendor, customer, and data source. As a default, the report will be grouped by inventory items. 

In addition, the Forecast Feature now offers a supplementary forecasting method.  The Straight Line with Factor forecast method is now a method choice along with the initial Moving Average method.  The Straight Line with Factor forecast method offers users the ability to have historical inventory data and trends analyzed to predict future growth or shrinkage.

Upgrades to the Inventory Forecast Feature increase inventory visibility and create an opportunity for users to make more strategic and cost-effective decisions about inventory replenishment. The newest enhancements to the Inventory Forecast Feature is an example of ASAP Systems’ continuous and diligent efforts to satisfy customer needs and maintain as Inventory System market leaders.

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

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