Choosing Inventory Software

Selecting Inventory Control Software

Selecting a new accounting software package can be a monumental task that nearly every C level professional has had to do or will have to do sometime during their career.   Add inventory control and manufacturing to the list of requirements and the task can be even more challenging. Company executives don’t want to under or over buy an ERP solution.  The goal should be to have a solution that won’t require a major upgrade for a few years (even on a SaaS model), and flexible enough to meet all the business needs over the next 3 – 5 years.  In our current business environment acquisitions are fairly common, which means the software you buy today may need to run a completely different line of business in the future.  

To assist any business that needs inventory functionality in their business software, now or in the future, we have published a short white Inventory Control White Paperpaper on How Your Inventory Requirements Impact Your Business System Selection.  Our Managing Director, Mike Conti documents the differences in inventory requirements and why the ERP (enterprise resource planning) software should meet those requirements.   Mike has over 20 years experience with inventory in small and large businesses.   He discusses a Simple Inventory environment and a complex, or Full Storage and Tracking Control environment.  We hope this information is helpful to the ERP researcher in determining the best solution to handle most companies biggest asset.    If we can help you further, please let us know.

Clients First is an expert at implementing  Acumatica, Dynamics 365 and Dynamics AX. Contact our sales team today by calling 800.331.8382 or emailing info@cfbs-us. Clients First implements and supports clients across the U.S.A. and in 11 countries. Our team of professionals are ready to help implement the best finance and operations solutions for manufacturers, distributors, project-based manufacturers, MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul), and professional services.

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