Automate Stock Management,
Reduce Human Errors & Inaccuracies, Increase Profitability

Key Features And Functions Of Aplus Stock Control:

• Track Stock Level
• Barcode / QR Code Scanning
• Stock Management Reports
• Stock Classifications
• Stock Valuations Methods
• Consignment Stock

• Serial Number Tracking
• Item Batch Tracking
• Multi Location Management
• Integration with Point of Sale
• Integration with Accounting System
• Integration with Billing System

Automate inventory management, reduce handling costs, optimize cash flow

  • Optimize Inventory Levels. Demand-based planning using historical demand, sales forecasts and seasonality ensures you have the right amount of stock.
  • Boost Profitability. Managing inventory is more efficient and cost-effective with company-wide inventory visibility.
  • Decrease Cost of Goods Sold. Intelligent fulfillment minimizes handling expenses and reduces shipping costs.
  • Reduce Human Errors & Inaccuracies.

An effective inventory management system is crucial for businesses to efficiently track, control, and optimize their inventory levels. Below are some important functions and features that a comprehensive inventory management system should have:


Inventory Tracking: The system should offer real-time tracking of inventory levels, allowing users to monitor stock quantities accurately.

Barcode/QR Code Scanning: This feature enables quick and accurate data entry by scanning barcodes or QR codes on products, reducing the likelihood of manual errors.

Stock Alerts and Notifications: The system should be capable of sending alerts and notifications when inventory levels reach predefined thresholds, helping to avoid stockouts or overstocking.

Inventory Reports and Analytics: Comprehensive reporting and analytics functionalities provide insights into inventory turnover, slow-moving items, and other crucial data for making informed decisions.

Inventory Classification: The ability to categorize inventory items into different groups or categories simplifies organization and management.

Reorder Point and Reorder Quantity: The system should calculate and suggest optimal reorder points and quantities based on historical data and demand forecasts.

Batch and Lot Tracking: Especially important for industries with perishable or regulated goods, this feature allows tracking products by batch or lot numbers to facilitate recalls or expiry management.

Inventory Valuation Methods: Support for different inventory valuation methods like FIFO (First-In-First-Out) and LIFO (Last-In-First-Out) helps businesses manage costs and comply with accounting practices.

Integration with Point of Sale (POS): Integration with a POS system enables seamless updates of inventory levels when sales occur, minimizing the chances of overselling.

Multi-location Management: For businesses with multiple warehouses or stores, the system should handle inventory across all locations and allow easy transfer of goods between them.

Supplier Management: Keeping track of suppliers’ information and performance helps maintain good relationships and ensures timely replenishment.

Demand Forecasting: Utilizing historical data and trends to predict future demand helps optimize inventory levels and reduce carrying costs.

Serial Number Tracking: Useful for products with unique serial numbers, this feature allows tracing individual items through the supply chain.

User Access Control: Implementing role-based access control ensures that only authorized personnel can perform specific actions within the inventory system.

Mobile Access: Having a mobile app or responsive web design allows users to access and manage inventory on the go.

Automatic Data Synchronization: When integrated with other systems like sales, purchasing, or accounting, automatic data synchronization ensures consistent and up-to-date information across the organization.

Audit Trail: Maintaining a detailed log of inventory transactions helps in auditing and resolving any discrepancies.

Cloud-based Storage: Storing data on the cloud ensures data security, accessibility, and scalability.

Support and Training: Adequate customer support and training resources are vital for users to make the most of the inventory management system’s capabilities.

Scalability: The system should be able to accommodate the growing needs of the business without significant performance issues.

Each business’s specific requirements may vary, but a robust inventory management system with these functions and features can significantly improve efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance decision-making processes.

View your quantities on hand

Track stock value in real-time

Keep updated about your orders

Low stock alerts