Inventory impresario

Meet serious inventory management needs with this comprehensive program.

We encounter a lot of programs that are designed for business use, and many of them are so amateurish in quality that they have no place in a professional setting. ABC Inventory Software, however, is the real deal. This inventory manager is complex, but only because it packs an incredible number of features. If you take the time to master it, it will repay you with a comprehensive system for keeping up with your inventory.

The program's interface is sleek and attractive. It runs on Microsoft Office Access, and it has the familiar look of an Office application. There are tabs across the top for orders, inventory, assets, and reports, and each of these is jam-packed with features. There are tools for creating purchase orders and work orders, scheduling warehouse appointments, and managing sales and shipping, as well as databases for suppliers, customers, and carriers. A selection of inventory options lets users not only track the receipt or transfer of inventory, but also manage repair orders and leasing. The program is also capable of producing a huge variety of reports, including daily checklists, asset summaries, sales quotations, mailing labels, and much more. If you're looking for a simple program that will be a quick and easy addition to your business, this isn't it; there's a lot to learn with ABC Inventory Software. But users who need a serious inventory manager that has a lot of advanced features will find that this program is just what they're looking for. The program comes with ample documentation; a tutorial familiarizes users with the basics of the program's interface, but there are also more than 100 pages of PDF instructions that give details about all of the program's features. Overall, we think that ABC Inventory Software is a great choice for anyone who has a need for these kinds of features and the time to learn to use them.

ABC Inventory Software installs a desktop icon without asking and leaves a folder behind upon removal. We recommend this the program to all users.

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