Real-Time Inventory Business Intelligence Across the Enterprise
Your data is stored in many different places and you haven’t found a way yet to combine information and visualize it? Our best in class Inventory System Enterprise Dashboard helps you take the guesswork out of business decisions by allowing users to consolidate data onto one easy to read dashboard. With this Enterprise Dashboard, high-level users can visualize their data, detect trends, and simply click to reveal their Inventory at a glance.
Visual Reporting Features
1. See Available Capacity
With our Visual Reporting tool, Inventory Analysts will be able to see the available capacity at their different locations. In other words, the high-level Analyst has complete visibility over the number of empty locations that exist in each warehouse, stockroom, and storage facility.
2. Analyze Burn Rate
In our Inventory System, Burn Rate is defined as the rate of consumption for a specific inventory category. So, with this report, users can see what inventory is consumed at a high frequency and based on this, Enterprise Dashboard users can pre-order items that are needed the most. The report allows users to see a 10-day, 3-day, and 1-day report to assist in making better decisions such as deciding to transfer Inventory from one overstocked facility to another understocked one.
3. Check Subscription End of Life
As a high-level user of our Inventory System, you will most likely be managing multiple standalone systems. For each of these accounts, high-level users will be able to see how much time is left until the end of their subscription. This is important so users can pre-plan budgeting for each warehouse.
4. Inventory Summary
Want to know the Inventory levels that your company has available for consumption or for use? Our easy to read Visual Report is designed to show Enterprise users the total quantity on hand of certain Inventory items. Now, the Inventory Analyst will know exactly which quantities are available in the warehouses or stockrooms and be ready to promptly retrieve them.
5. Issuance per Item
With this report, a high-level Inventory Analyst can see an overview of how much inventory they have issued per stock item in order to assist in demand planning. The report also makes predictions based on the previous issue transactions. This is very helpful for users at a high-level to see how many days they have left of inventory stock, based on the previous usage. For example, an Inventory Analyst at a hospital can use the graph to know how many surgical gowns, face masks, and bottles of hand sanitizer that they have issued in one week. Based on the previous issuance, the system will predict how many days the user has left until they need a restock.
6. Inventory on Hand by Category
With this visual report, the high-level Inventory Analyst gets a deep understanding of each category of Inventory on hand. For example, an Inventory Analyst at a hospital can use the graph to know how much inventory in the “face mask” category they have on hand and in which warehouse. This category may include N-95 masks, surgical masks, and cloth masks.