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Inventory management for small business. A simple how to tutorial

Inventory management for small business. A simple how to tutorial



Inventory management for small business is often an after thought. Find out why this critical step can save you some serious money and how you can implement the latest technologies for almost without a massive budget. This step by step guide shows you how we manage 1000’s of SKU’s everyday without any errors.

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QR Codes for Quick and Easy Inventory Tracking

Let’s get this out of the way: the subject I’m going to cover today is a polarizing one. Like with all topics, some people will be on the bandwagon, on the fence, or dragging their feet kicking and screaming; this particular subject attracts discussions of the kicking and screaming variety. I’m talking about QR codes. There are many who think that the QR code is dead, and they wouldn’t be wrong. We could write an entire blog post about why QR codes suck, but they’re still the fastest way to transmit large amounts of information. That’s what makes it such a great platform on which to base your asset management and inventory tracking.

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21 thoughts on “Inventory management for small business. A simple how to tutorial

  1. Don Mega

    ok here's how you can make it even faster since you said you don't know. in the barcode camera have 2 buttons for taking the pic. one for sale, another for adding to inventory. and a 3rd button to connect to the link where you can input more than 1. just need to disable the automatic scan but it's no biggie. or no need for 3rd button if you have a timer like keep it there for 2sec and it'll go automatically.

  2. Don Mega

    don't fall for the qr code trap. phones can scan barcodes as well. the thing with qr codes is it's slow and requires more expensive yet typically slower 2d barcode readers (unless you win the lottery and get a somewhat faster model). so if you at some point choose not to use phones you can use any 1d barcode scanner than scan scan the item to the speeds of 3x a second or however fast you can click the thing and still keep in count. you should by default have the action of selling anyway, cos stock arrives in far fewer times than it is being sold! that's the way to to make it more efficient, to not have to insert manually how many got sold or were added in the inventory. scanning everytime something is sold would only take a second or 2, but having to manually choose everytime whether it was sold or added to inventory is many times slower.

  3. Mrb Drm

    i have made an inventory system that only need your phone and it use your camera to read the QR without any app
    with much better UI
    it let you track what did you sell and when. and what you add to the inventory too

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