From Maizi Tec:
Max IMS is designed for large, small and medium enterprises with computerized inventory management. Max IMS has an easy-to-use interface, supports various stock accounting methods (FIFO, LIFO, MWA, WA, Planned Price), batch management, ages of stock analysis, multiple warehouses and locations, categorization management of items. It also has an automatic warning on lack or over stock of items, supports data import and export, multiple languages, supports SQL scripts. Server can make an incremental backup simultaneously without a periodic backup and data will never be lost.
What's new in this version: Version 22.214.171.124:
- use of balloontip
- bug fix
- auto sort of tree
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