An Inventory System that puts Inventory Quantity Levels at your Fingertips
Chicago, Sep 15, 2020
ASAP Systems, the market leader in Inventory System, introduces the Inventory Min/Max Status Scale Panel. With this enhancement our already intuitive Inventory System now offers users a Visual Scale of exactly how much inventory is available for a selected inventory
The Inventory Min/Max feature enables users to predetermine the maximum and minimum quantity levels of inventory for each and every part number. The visual scale offered by the Inventory Min/Max Status Scale Panel displays exact levels of inventory. For added convenience, users can select an unlimited number of inventory items to be displayed on their personal dashboard.
This new addition can enhance productivity and gives users easy access to the inventory quantity status of stock items. There are three possible status levels that can be displayed on a scale for an inventory item.
1. Understocked- An inventory item would be considered understocked if the quantity of the inventory falls below the minimum quantity designated by the user.
2. In Stock- If an inventory item is greater or equal to the pre set minimum and less than or equal to the maximum number, the scale arrow remains in the green and represents an optimal amount of stock for the item.
3. Overstocked- When the quantity of an inventory item rises above the designated maximum quantity the scale will display an overstocked status.
This new addition is the quickest way to keep an eye on inventory items with high Burn Rates and on Inventory items with high importance. Stay tuned for more cutting edge technology and benefits from ASAP Systems and its Best In Class Inventory System.
About ASAP Systems
We are ASAP Systems, a market leader in Inventory System and Asset Tracking Solution that uses barcode technology with mobile barcode scanners, smartphones, and tablets. We help improve profitability by eliminating manual data entry, paper files, and forms and by automating record keeping. With our powerful System, businesses know 24/7 how and where assets and inventory are received, stored, used, and disposed of in the warehouse, in the field, and in the office. Offices in California (headquarters) and Texas.