Army Inventory Management System
Efficient and Accurate Inventory Management across all Army Bases.
Industry Leading Army Inventory Management System
The US Army has a history of using our Inventory System to save time, improve inventory accuracy, reduce shortages and lost inventory. The Barcode Inventory System provides the flexibility to manage inventory worldwide, automate records, emulate Army required documents, and provide real-time data to the Army chain of command to assist in determining operational/mission readiness.
How All Army Personnel can use our Army Inventory System:
Admin Users are granted the power to configure multiple system functions like: Create new users with the designated security level and level of access Configure Transaction settings Generate Global reports to audit and view inventory data across the Army base
Authorized users have the ability to receive new inventory items and move inventory from one location to another, and many more...
All Army Personnel can have their own interface to browse through the available inventory and request inventory through the Inventory Requestor Feature.
Any Army Personnel
Maximize Accuracy on Army Inventory Data Collection
Manual systems tend to be error-prone and may not always be accurate. Our robust Barcode Inventory System leaves no room for human error due to its barcoding wizard that will offer Army bases increased data accuracy and a more efficient audit.
Features of our Army Inventory System
- Track all Army Inventory using Barcode Tracking
- Conduct physical inventory or cycle count
- Receive Army Inventory using unit of measure (UOM) multiplier
- Use barcode cabled and portable scanners for accurate Army data collection
- Record all Army Inventory issued by the destination
- Generate Configurable Inventory Reports to replicate Army forms/documents.
Accurately Track Inventory Items in All Army Divisions
From Army housing items to intensive care units, our Army Inventory System tracks a wide range of stock items that are consumed by the Army—napkins, toilet paper, foam cups, ammunition, medical supplies, medication, and vehicle parts to only name a few.