What is the best inventory control software on the market for small business?

Agili Ron

Hello Friends,

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.

Thanks In Advance,
Agili Ron

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Topic: Business
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jimlynch
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You might want to do a bit of google searching, to begin compiling a list of possibilities. Once you've done that, you can start searching for reviews of those specific applications. Then narrow it down to the best pick out of those applications.

jack12
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If you use QuickBooks, they have a search function on their site for compatible inventory management software that lets you choose the functions you needs, such as CRM, customer shipping, capacity reporting and so on. That will help you narrow down the list, and you can check reviews on the ones that fit your specific needs. 

http://marketplace.intuit.com/v2/f-inventory/software-solutions.aspx

Lomag Longint
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Check out our a Lomag inventory management software

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