Minimize your losses due to wrong orders

Complete control on stock at site


Informative Dashboard

All the important KPIs of a business displayed in a ready reckoner format

Inventory is Organized & Automated

Products are properly segregated and organized under Categories and sub-categories

Know Stock Status on a single click

Whether a stock item is going out of stock or needs a quick replenishment can be known easily

Track Inventory Levels

Each stock item (SKU) can be tracked to the last purchase

Improved Delivery Performance

Quick deliveries are possibles as the sales order, invoice generation, packing of items can be done quickly

Decrease Stock-outs

Know in advance before a item goes out of stock, this way stock-outs can be avoided


Inventory Management
  • Product Measurement
  • Product History
  • Stock Inquiries
  • Cycle Counting
  • Collaborative Inventory
  • Automatic Stock-out Reports
  • Vendor-Managed Inventory
  • e-Commerce
Inventory Tracking
  • Product Tracking
  • Advanced Inventory Tracking (RFID)
  • Inventory Audit Trail
Transfer Management
  • Multi-Location Tracking
  • Stock Transfer
  • Order Picking
  • Kitting and Product Bundling Product
Purchase Management
  • Purchase Order
  • Bulk Pos
  • Partial Receiving
  • Supplier Management
  • Backordering
Shipping Management
  • Labeling
  • Multi-Carrier Shipping
  • Multiple Shipment Orders
  • Shipment by ID
Order Management
  • Order Tracking
  • Sales Order
  • Quotations
  • Order Editing
  • Customer Pricing
  • Multichannel Sales
  • Returns
Reports & Analytics
  • Dashboard
  • Customized Reporting
  • Report Import/Export
  • Business Intelligence Analysis

Frequently Answered Questions

Ans: Inventory is the term for the goods available for sale and raw materials used to produce goods available for sale.

Ans: Inventory is generally categorized as

  • Raw materials
  • Work-in-progress and
  • Finished goods
Ans: Raw materials are unprocessed materials used to produce a good. Examples of raw materials include aluminum and steel for the manufacture of cars, flour for bakeries production of bread, and crude oil held by refineries.
Ans: Work-in-progress inventory is the partially finished goods waiting for completion and resale; work-in-progress inventory is otherwise known as inventory on the production floor. For example, a half-assembled airliner or a partially completed yacht would be work-in-process.
Ans: Finished goods are products that have completed production and are ready for sale. Retailers typically refer to this inventory as "merchandise.” Common examples of merchandise include electronics, clothes, and cars held by retailers.
Ans: Inventory management refers to the process of ordering, storing, and using a company's inventory. These include the management of raw materials, components, and finished products, as well as warehousing.
Ans: An inventory management system/Software is a tool that allows you to track goods across your business’s supply chain. It optimizes the entire spectrum spanning from order placement with your vendor to order delivery to your customer, mapping the complete journey of a product.