How Serialized Inventory is Used
There are some items like machinery parts, engines, AC units and more, that need to be monitored even after it reaches your customer. This is another scenario where a serial number is useful. That way if something is defective, you can easily trace those items and recall them. All you have to do to create a Serialized Inventory Item is select “Serial” in the system. The serial number is assigned to the item, no matter where it goes.
Why Use Serial Numbers to Manage Inventory?
Often, the most important data in your management system is the quantity of your inventory. But this approach is not helpful when it comes to items that are delicate, expensive, or have strict regulation restrictions. Inventory like cell phones, laptops, and cars are great examples of items that require unique markers to control them. In addition, inventory such as jewelry, firearms, and smartphones require serialized inventory tracking by law. With the use of unique identifiers, you can decide on a case-by-case basis which of your unique inventory needs this and ensure you have the advanced tools to manage any type of items safely and lawfully.
Benefits of Serialized Inventory
Serialized Inventory Tracking Mobile App
Innovate your inventory management through the use of our Mobile App. Available for iOS and Android devices, the Mobile app allows you to control serialized items wherever they go while you’re on the go.
Examples of Serialized Inventory
- AC Units
- Water Heaters
- Airplane Parts
- Engine Parts
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