Inventory Management

We provide Inventory Management service with the help of following tools:

1. DSM Tool

DSM Tool is the best Dropshipping Marketing Tool providing all the required components from finding the top products to listing the products on Ebay

2. AutoDS Tool

AutoDS is all in one Dropshipping tool which automates – monitoring, products listings, products finding, automated orders and full customer support.


3. Inkfroge Tool

Founded in 1999, inkFrog is without a doubt the leading listing creation, listing management, inventory synchronization, and marketing tool for eBay sellers.
inkFrog enables eBay sellers to save time and sell more profitably on eBay while synchronizing their eBay inventory with accounts on Shopify, Amazon,and       

BigCommerce, and other platforms.

4. Barcode data collection

Manual reporting can be plagued by delays, errors, missing transactions, and undue burden on the workforce to collect and enter the data. Automated data collection, most often through barcode scans, removes much of the reporting burden while greatly improving accuracy and timeliness of transactions.

5. Cycle counting

Inventory accuracy is very important to the effective planning and control of inventory. Sadly, most inventory tracking systems are woefully inaccurate without an active and disciplined cycle counting system in place.

Cycle counting replaces the cumbersome and error-prone periodic (usually annual) physical inventory count with a regular program of counting selected items such that more important items are counted more often that less important ones.

The magic of cycle counting is that it provides a structure for identifying and eliminating the source of errors to improve accuracy in a sustainable way.

6. ABC analysis

Cycle counting is usually set up using ABC analysis to identify the more important and less important items mentioned above.

The most common ABC analysis (also called Pareto analysis) method is to rank all inventory items according to the total value of each on an annual basis (annual “usage” or movement times unit cost).

Typically, the top 20 percent of items represent 80 percent of the annual value through the warehouse (80/20 rule). The next 30 percent (B items) account for 15 percent of the value and the remaining 50 percent, the C items, total five percent of annual value.

In addition to setting cycle counting frequency, ABC classifications should drive item location in the warehouse, lot sizing and safety stock rules, and other management parameters to put your focus on the items that matter, where you can get the most return for your investment.

7. Integrated planning and execution


The primary focus of ERP is to improve customer service (meeting demand) while optimising resources including inventory (and reducing costs).

While the inventory system provides critical information for the planning and execution systems within ERP, these functions return the favour by managing the use and replenishment of inventory to minimise shortages and lowering the overall inventory investment.

8. Lot tracking and traceability


Not every company needs serial number or lot tracking traceability; more and more are collecting this information in recognition of the increasing risk of product recalls.

In addition, life-cycle information, genealogy, configuration history and product performance data can be of great value to engineering, development, product servicing, spare part provisioning, and other areas of the business.

Inventory tracking is a requirement for financial control and basic business management processes. But inventory management and inventory data can be a valuable resource in the quest for performance improvement, higher levels of customer service, cost control, product development, and overall company success.

Integrated inventory management systems, a critical part of ERP, provide the basic tools and significant additional capabilities to make ERP even more beneficial for your company’s future.