What is Inventory Control?
Inventory control is the procedure of making sure your assets are accounted for and are available for use.
Why is Inventory Control needed?
Inventory is probably the most important asset to any company, and poorly managed inventory is a costly issue. Poor inventory management:
- causes a messy workplace / cabinet
- causes over stock issues by redundant purchases because of items lost / missed placed
- causes products to expire
Hence, the importance of an automated inventory control system
How Log1c ICS’s Inventory Control System Helps
Log1c ICS starts off by understanding your needs, so we can see where we can help save you money. Once we have a clear understanding of what is needed for the business, we create an approved product list: by thoroughly going through all assets with management to craft a list of essential products. Our team has cut product list by 87% – we’ve helped a customer cut its product list from 2,000 to 250. With the new concise approved product list, we organize and implement our simple automated system. We provide cabinets, every product has a designated place with allotted space, and every space has a barcode for the product that belongs. Our simple automated system will make inventory easier to monitor and track.
Log1c ICS Inventory Control Automated System Highlights:
- Diagnose & Improve Performance – Robust analytical reporting to measure progress based on specific shop goals or Industry KPIs.
- Increase Profit Margins – Our supplemental Invoicing tool instantly allows you to document and get paid for those Not-Included P&M items.
- Reduce Cost, Increase Productivity – Track purchases in real-time and stay within your monthly budget.
- Streamlined Efficiency – An organized, first rate inventory stock room and/or point of use carts using approved products that result in a consistent standard of quality repairs.
- Web-Based Application – Log in and check from anywhere 24/7.
Log1c ICS was created to help you with making better inventory decisions. Today’s operating environment changes so rapidly that inventory management is one area where agility truly counts.