What are the things that drive you the craziest about your inventory? Is it not knowing exactly what’s on the shelves? Is it not knowing what’s coming in next? Is it trying to figure out why you only have two gadgets in the store when you thought you had three? Is it not knowing the real costs for the items on your shelves? Does the prospect of taking a physical count make you want to take to your bed with a hot water bottle?  QQube gives you a view of your inventory (see dashboard) you've likely never seen before to take the sting out of some of these headaches! .

Ever watch a child with a piggy bank? Most children can tell you, to the penny, how much money is in their piggy banks. Why? Because they have counted the money again and again. Your inventory is your piggy bank. Knowing how much is on your shelves, in your warehouse, stuck in the manager’s office, and, sometimes, in the bathroom or even in your garage is not only very important, but it may help you stay in business during these tough economic times. In the 20+ years we have been selling retail POS systems, every single prospect has said that one of the top three reasons they want a new POS system is to track inventory.

We all know that the dashboard is only as good as the data in it but in many cases our dashboards give you the ability to drill into details so you know where your issues are.

Inventory Control

 Three things control how accurate your inventory counts are:

  1. Accurate receiving and transfers.
  2. Accurate checkout (scanning is the #1 way to keep your inventory accurate) and /or accurate order packing, if you ship merchandise.
  3. Cycle counts.

If you've done these and are running a Point of Sale system,  the "Inventory Valuation Report" will give you a completely accurate picture of what's in your inventory.

What is the payback for keeping your counts accurate? For starters, you'll stay in business and make more money (or know exactly why you're not making money). And, how important is it that your employees will trust the data in Point of Sale system? How useful is it when someone wants to know if you have something in the store, and you look it up in the system  and know that the data are correct? Isn't this why you are considering purchasing a Point of Sale system in the first place?