Inventory control software optimizes the economic order quantity (EOQ) of businesses. The EOQ is the optimal inventory a business should purchase to minimize the cost of ordering and holding. This type of software helps regulate inventory stored in the warehouse, understand how to maximize inventory layout, and ensure there's enough product to sell at every point.
Small businesses often use a stock book, or log book, to keep track of inventory. The number of inventory items is listed in one column in the book, and sales are written in another column. This allows managers to keep track of how many items have been sold. This can also be done on computer.
Dispatch software uses automation to send email or text appointment reminders when techs are on the way to the job site, improving customer satisfaction and customer experience. MS also records customer calls and links to them on your dispatch board, job record, and job-audit trail.
Inventory management software is software designed to track and manage items through various stages along the supply chain. Features include stock level management, inventory item categorization, sales order and purchase order tracking, barcode scanning, and automatic reorder point purchasing.