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Inventory management software
companies are plentiful and many claim to offer all of the solutions that your business needs. But, of course, not every solution is of the same quality; and not every company has the same outlook on what constitutes a quality service. So what should you look for in a software developer of inventory management tools?
Well when it comes to inventory management software, there are definitely a few things you should check for. Firstly, a good barcode system is an extremely important part of ensuring that your inventory is being properly tracked. One way to do this is to ensure that any barcode system being utilised as part of a wider inventory management system is well established and reliable. One such standardised industry non-profit that drives this is GS1. GS1 has over 30,000 members around the world and is involved in the automation and standardisation of the supply chain process. This is achieved through usage of a common language of GS1 global standards – a unified system of indexing and bar coding. Developers of cheaper
stock control software
will not be able to offer a wider inventory management system to go along with that package. For this reason, you shouldn't just be looking for a software solution; but, rather, a consultancy firm with software speciality that can drive cultural change within your organisation – no matter how big or small. Inventory management is more than just having the right software.
At ES Consulting, we are amongst the most trusted consultancy and inventory
software companies in the UK – particularly for small businesses. Our Barcoder 250 system (which utilises GS1 barcodes) is a holistic approach to inventory management that is perfect for the vast majority of small businesses. However, we are also able to offer bespoke systems and software that can be integrated with any accountancy software. To find out more, head over to
, contact email@example.com, or call 0845 867 2032 today.
For existing customers we provide a number of solutions to assist with learning how to get the best from the Barcoder250 system. We also use a ticketing system that allows us to track support requests. To raise a support request please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be pleased to help..
Now you can take that all-important order anytime and anywhere, thanks to an innovative new mobile module which takes the Barcoder 250 stock control and warehouse management system to a whole new level.
Designed for ease of use and rapid order entry while at your customer’s location, this new addition to the Barcoder 250 system has been developed specifically to help boost your sales teams’ productivity and performance.
The new mobile module uses WiFi or GPRS, so it will work anywhere there is mobile phone coverage or a wireless access point.
At ES Consulting we are working with all our customers to improve their business efficiencies through the introduction of Barcoder 250 and GS1 Barcodes, which allows for the standardisation of processes and procedures. As an independent Sage Developer, we work with GS1 UK to help our customers achieve their business goals through standardisation, traceability in their operation, and a level of automation in their ecommerce platform through EBay, Amazon, Magento or EDI. These improvements can only be achieved with investment in Barcoder 250 and GSI Barcodes, and it’s an important purchase as Barcoding allows for 100% traceability throughout the supply chain. We have worked closely with GS1 UK over the past ten years and customers using GS1 Barcodes get the full benefit of standardisation to streamline their businesses and become ‘retail ready’. With Barcoder 250 and GS1 Barcodes installed, our customers can manage their inventory tracking and tracing, monitoring stock and deliveries locally, nationally and globally. It also provides ES Consulting with a level of credibility and trust due to the level of support given by GS1 across the globe.
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