Sage 500 Inventory Cycle Count

Sage 500 Inventory Cycle count

Accurate inventory is essential to profitability, but sage physical counts of the items in your warehouse are time-consuming and costly. CertiPro Solutions’ sage 500 inventory cycle count module makes regular inventory updates easy and efficient by automating the process, saving you time and money. This allows you to reduce, and even eliminate, the need for actual physical inventory counts.



Single screen setup
 inventory cycle counts makes it simple to set up regular counts of items in your warehouse. On one screen, you can specify what types of items to count, how many times a year the count should be run, and what to include in count batch reports.
Flexible and powerful
From the same setup screen, you can set up sage 500 inventory cycle count for items at multiple warehouses using different schedules for each. You can also set up force counts to reconcile counts in dispute and filter count results.
Seamless integration
Sage 500 Inventory Cycle Count works with Sage 500 ERP’s physical count inventory program and uses its data to run the periodic cycle counts. It then generates batch reports of items on hand and notifies inventory control managers of the results automatically via email.

Improved frequency and accuracy of inventory data
With Sage 500 Inventory Cycle Count, you get regular snapshots of your inventory as well as information on turns, aging, and ordering. This makes it easier for you to track the lifecycle of items in your warehouse, identify top sellers and slow-moving items, prevent over- or under-ordering, and adjust your product mix for maximum revenue.
Designed for your ERP system
inventory cycle counts uses .NET technology to make integration with your Sage 500 ERP system easy. It will not interfere with other add-ons or regular software updates. Companies using inventory cycle counts report cost savings, increased productivity, and improved profits. Contact us to find out how you can experience similar results. 

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