Importing Your Inventory Data into Our Warehouse Management System
To provide you and your employees with efficient and seamless workflows, our Warehouse Barcode Inventory System lets you import your existing warehouse inventory data into the system as well as new data as your business grows. With the Data Imports feature in our Warehouse Inventory System, instead of scouring through endless spreadsheets, you can sync, update and replace warehouse inventory data as well as information from customers into our system and have the information you need instantly.
Here, we’ll show you how to import your warehouse inventory data to suit your needs, right down to specific fields like Stock Item, categories, departments, vendors and many more into our system.
Never Lose Your Focus with Data Imports
Our industry-leading Warehouse Inventory System is integrated with Office365, Active Directory, Google Workspace and many other platforms. This means that you won’t have to leave the WMS (Warehouse Management System) workspace to import inventory data, it would be accessible from inside the software. We understand that your warehouse might use multiple platforms to manage operations, which means data pulled from different sources that you look at segment by segment. However, a more interconnected and streamlined workflow where you can access the information you need with a few clicks on one platform would greatly boost productivity.
Why Integrate Your Inventory Data into a WMS System?
The Data Import Feature in Our WMS
Navigate to the Admin Menu where you will see an option for Import Data. Clicking on this option will walk you through the step-by-step process to get your data integrated into the system. To start with, select the file type, then select where your file will be imported from. This could be a local Excel Workbook or spreadsheets you have worked on in Google Workspace, Office 365 or other platforms.
Mapping the Fields that You Need
Our industry-leading Warehouse Inventory System offers users the ability to configure fields or add additional ones to their inventory data import. Users also utilize this step in the data import process to make sure to select the fields that are needed in the system and unselect any unnecessary ones. Besides that, this would be the perfect opportunity to make sure that the fields are correctly matched to corresponding inventory data.
Validating and Importing
The last step in the data import process would be to validate your inventory data. Our system is powerful enough to pinpoint exactly where errors are located. For more information on these errors, please visit our Wiki page.
See how Our Warehouse Inventory Management can work for you!
Schedule a demo to see how our System can transform your organization.