Manage your stock optimally, minimizing inventory while reducing stock-outs, with a mix of manual and automated replenishment tools.
Discover the key features the ideal replenishment system for electronics stores must have, and make sure you select a software that’s up to the task.
Save time by automating basic replenishment tasks. The system can calculate the quantities to reorder for stores and/or warehouses, simplify item distribution and planning, lower item stock cost and increase item availability in all your warehouses and stores.
Multiple classes of forecasting methods help you catch all types of trends in sales history, including seasonality, holidays and annual events. The system also calculates safety stock levels based on variations in sales.
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Find out how long stock will last you, and understand which items are under- and over-stocked.
Optimize your stock amounts and product mix based on how much stock each of your stores can carry.
Easily plan the assortment of items in your stores with an intuitive top-down approach using flexible store and item hierarchies.
Get an instant, clear view of all inventory available across the company, including layaways and transfer requests.
Carry out store inventory processes on handheld devices, including receiving and transfers of goods.
The system uses historical sales data to calculate the right amount of products in each variant (size, color, etc.), for each of your stores.
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