This application is designed to control your business stocks. In this regard, it generates valuable reports that will give you a clear view upon the supplies existing at the time of the query or within a specific period you define.
The interface is neat and user-friendly, although rather dull in terms of colors and layout. Besides the classic drop-down menus, it provides a left panel for fast content navigation. The four major categories give you a hint upon the purpose of such a program; thus, one glance at the sections labels (ie 'items', 'purchase', 'sell', and 'reports') is enough to acknowledge that you are dealing with an inventory tool, very handy for trade profile companies.
With this utility, you can create new product items on the spot, comprise basic information like unit measure, entry and outgoing prices, character-based codes or bar codes. Additionally, you have the ability to attach an image to an item, which is an exquisite detail for visual identification along with the descriptive denomination. Yet, the best advantage is that you may enable a warning notification to be received via email when the quantity decreases to a critic threshold. When this happens, you can rely on Inventoria Stock Manager to easily create purchase orders, send them to the supplier, and register the merchandise when you receive it. Obviously, the application also lets you issue selling orders just as simple.
However, the most important function of all is the capacity to gather the above mentioned records in plain reports regarding the information you want to extract. They can be easily saved on the computer or in a cloud, sent via email or fax, as well as printed.
To sum up, the program features make Inventoria Stock Manager suited for companies specialized in trading goods. If the commerce activity is carried out in subsidiary outlets, the app offers the perfect means for monitoring stocks in multiple locations. What's also great about this utility is the ability to manage multiple businesses; in other words, you can rely on a single inventory application to keep the stock records of distinctive companies.