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Can accuracy in inventory management ever be bypassed? Chelsea Sutherland examines the pros and cons of keeping recorded and actual business assets up to date.
Resident expert Alan Wright describes what you can achieve when you know and track your most popular inventory items. It's far more than most managers would realize.
Quoting is the process of giving a final cost to a customer before they commit to a purchase. You may of heard the term 'pro-format invoice', understanding how it works provides a real benefit to your customers.
Keeping track of stock, sales and customers can not only be a hassle but demanding. Find out how inventory software can make many tasks manageable and fundamentally change how you run your business.
Medical services are often associated with high cost administration services. Our inventory expert Alan Wright lays out a lost cost alternative that keeps all the bells and whistles.
Alan Wright discusses some of the legal implications of keeping your inventory data safe and how educating your employees is an important often overlooked process in today's data hyped world.
Email has been shown to be one of the most cost effective methods of marketing. Find out how inventory software can give you a surprising hand.
Alan Wright discusses the biggest trend in e-commerce and how you can benefit.
Electronic security often seems to receive negative press, but are paper records really more secure? Alan Wright cuts through the hype and compares the measurable benefits.
Can flexibility co-exist with ease of use? Our resident expert Alan Wright explores some simple storage and promotions that can have big benefits.
Spending money in the obvious place isn't always the most cost effective. Alan Wright dives into the world of inventory management and POS to examine some alternatives.
The idea of brainstorming has been around for sometime, but are their hidden benefits for business planning being missed?
Intuition is often overlooked in business as some kind of voodoo, but what if you could trust it by measuring your ideas before acting on them?