What is the best inventory control software on the market for small business?
Agili Ron 1 year ago
What is the best inventory control software on the market for small business? I have a retail business and inventory is found in a separate distant location. I am really in need of a great program to help me manage my inventory and one that functions with a portable data terminal. I have over 2,000 different items in inventory. I need to buy a software that work really well since I live in Africa and will not have the possibility of returning the product in case of a problem. Thank you very much for suggestions.
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