SkuVault's intuitive inventory management system features include:
- Cost-effective order routing and inventory location
- Ability to add and receive inventory from purchase orders to simplify the receiving process
- Utilize pick lists such as Wave Picking, and Hyper Picking to reduce human error and increase speed on the floor
- Use buffers to create a sense of urgency with buyers and control quantity levels to prevent overselling
Eliminate manual errors
SkuVault Warehouse Management System uses barcode scanning to optimize your warehouse operations for accuracy and speed. Create custom labels to automate the inventory process. Also, scan in products at receiving to adjust inventory levels as they occur. Barcoding eliminates the risk of data-entry errors and mis-ships so you can fulfill with peace of mind.
Maintain accurate inventory levels
SkuVault inventory management features help you keep track of your inventory. With an easy-to-use cycle count process you are able to minimize physical counts that can damage your day-to-day productivity. Cycle counts keep your inventory levels in check and allow you to make more informed purchasing decisions later.
Updated every 5 minutes
SkuVault works hard to ensure your eCommerce integrations are running smoothly. With quantity syncs, products listed across your marketplaces are updated in real-time. Quantity syncs save your business time and money by reducing possible oversells and out-of-stocks from incorrect quantity listings. Your listings will always be accurate and on time to keep your customers satisfied across the board.
Your Amazon FBA inventory is also visible and updated in SkuVault so you can see all your inventory in one dashboard.
"Buffer" the inventory quantities on your marketplace channels
SkuVault can use inventory management buffers either on a channel wide or individual product basis. These buffers override the actual quantities of the items that you have on hand when you are communicating with a marketplace. Utilize buffer options like ‘Maximum Quantity,’ ‘Push Constant Quantity,’ or ‘Low Quantity Cutoff‘ to create a feeling of urgency for customers so they purchase your products faster.
- Maximum Quantity buffers
- Low Quantity cutoffs
- Create a sense of urgency with your buyers