Better inventory, better business

Winter is on its way. And for many of our customers, that means it’s time to dust off the scanners and start taking counts! Read on to learn how to keep your inventory accurate with cycle counts.

Cycle counts are an important part of your inventory maintenance and help make full store inventories a lot less painful. They also allow your staff to become comfortable with the counting and reconciliation process, which is critical during a full store inventory.

Spot Check: Cycle counts are quick and easy because they allow you to choose a single category at a time. During a cycle count you should:

Plan It Out: Cycle counts take a little planning, so they can be easy to “forget” about. But they’re worth remembering! Setting up a regular schedule can really help you and your team plan for them throughout the year. They can also help reinforce accountability for your staff. To create your cycle count schedule:

Grab Your Scanner: Once you’ve identified your categories, created a schedule, and prepped your team, it’s time to jump in. All you need is an inventory scanner (or two)! Simply:

Reconcile: After you’re done scanning your products, it’s time to import your results and reconcile your inventory to update your database with any changes and keep it up-to-date. All you have to do is:

Make sure you stay on top of your inventory by performing regularly scheduled cycle counts multiple times a year and a full store physical inventory at least once a year. You’ll be glad you did once those holiday sales start.

And if you need a few extra scanners to help make your counts go faster, click here to learn more about our rental service! Arm your entire staff and get free delivery when you reserve your scanners today.

We also have a helpful set of videos to help you along the way. Find them on Ascend University. Or check out our online help topic for assistance on solving discrepancies. If you need a little more information or have a question about how to perform your counts, give us a call at (877) 875-8663 or submit a ticket online.


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