Our Inventory System and Asset Tracking solution Latest Update: Visual Inventory Reports

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Human beings are, by nature, visual creatures. We’re able to understand information at a faster and more efficient rate when we can visualize patterns in the information. We at ASAP Systems understand our clients’ predisposition to visual cues and have incorporated the need for visual inventory reports into our inventory system.

What is it that a client wants from a management system? Structure, usability, and the ability to gain actionable insights into their inventory’s performance.

In other words, you should be planning your next move based on the data you’ve collected through your management system. It’s important to figure out where you stand with respect to your stock, how your stock is moving, and how your assets work together.

In other words, you need to be able to understand the performance of your inventory, even if you’re not a data scientist. This is exactly what the latest Inventory System and Asset Tracking solution update targets. We’ve introduced a more visual approach to Inventory Data Reporting. Our Inventory System and Asset Tracking solution now offer configurable charts and graphs that aggregate your data and help you visualize and interpret your inventory’s performance.

How the product update works:

The update runs your data for you, presenting you with a visual representation of the variables you chose to study. You can view your inventory by stock number, asset category, or asset type, and receive your visual report in the format of your choosing. We’ve even compiled a simple guide to reading the different charts and graphs, making it easier for you to understand what your inventory data is saying.

Why is a Visual Report update important?

The uses of your inventory management system go beyond knowing what stock you have and where. It’s a very valuable tool to utilize when you’re formulating your marketing strategy. Changes in market activity directly affect your inventory. Patterns arise in your stock when your business is going through a shift in its ecosystem. The aggregated data, represented in a visual report of your choosing, helps you understand how your inventory ends up reacting to economic, financial, and situational variables. You can use the visual inventory report as a base for an analytical approach to your business’s future direction.