Archive for the ‘Stock Control’ Category

How to track the shelf-life of your inventory

How to track the shelf-life of your inventory In an ideal world, inventory management produces the right products at the right time in the right quantity and in the right condition. But we all know that it is absolutely impossible to achieve such a feat. In some industries, such as pharmaceuticals and food, for example, […]

What to do with leftover holiday inventory

Now that the holiday season is over and we’ve all entered the New Year you’ve probably got the post-holiday blues – and this might be because of a couple of reasons. Firstly, all the indulgence has thrown your regular diet off balance. Secondly, your body is recovering from all those sleepless nights and hangovers. Thirdly, […]

What is stock replenishment?

Why is stock replenishment so important? Stock replenishment is one of the most important things you have to consider when it comes to inventory management. Stock replenishment helps to ensure the right stock is on the shelves at the right time, this can help with keeping inventory holding costs low and it will definitely make […]

What is overselling and how to avoid it?

What is overselling and how to avoid it? In a nutshell, overselling is usually selling a product that is out of stock, or selling a larger quantity than your actual stock. We could say that all sellers sometimes have an overwhelming feeling that their business is slipping through their fingers. This happens especially if they […]