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  • Itacware Inventory System aims to ensure strong management and control of the warehouses by selecting the optimal quantities for storage and following up the movement of materials in a manner guaranteed to provide the best service and reach the desired profit. The warehouse management system follows up an unlimited number of materials and the same is the number of sub-warehouses and storage areas. It deals with different exchange units of materials during reception, storage, and delivery. The most important features that provide user-friendly, easy, and flexible usage of the system:

  • Defining unlimited number of stores.
  • Dealing with an unlimited number of groups levels.
  • Defining unlimited number of measurement units of the material and measurement sub-units.
  • Defining unlimited number of levels to locations within the warehouse.
  • Defining unlimited number of levels to substances groups.
  • Allocating an unlimited number of levels to the material specifications and its properties such as color, height and temperature.
  • Defining materials card through a single screen to facilitate using its data.
  • Automatic material storage in all warehouses, or in a specific warehouse.
  • Linking warehouses and the central database regardless of the sites places.
  • Using the latest wired and wireless technology services available to deal with the quantities of substances entering and leaving the warehouse.
  • Classifying materials in terms of usage nature as warehouse material or services.
  • Classifying materials in terms of being dangerous or not.
  • Linking the material with an unlimited number of alternative materials.
  • Defining unlimited number of symbols of the same substance.
  • Defining suppliers in general and links materials with their suppliers.
  • Controlling the manner of calculating the cost of each item (average cost, first inside first outside).
  • Linking materials with related images.
  • Linking materials with their manual.
  • Determining the order quantities of material at a lower or higher limit.
  • Determining the amount of security that must be provided for materials.
  • Defining unlimited number of the materials prices.
  • Classifying ready-made materials (aggregate) in terms of their component quantity and price.
  • Providing bonds to dissemble or assemble ready-made materials (aggregation).
  • Working with the periodic inventory and perpetual inventory.
  • Linking with accounting systems, sales, assets, procurement, production, and others.
  • Possibility of dealing with materials in terms of the expiry date and batch numbers if they are in balances or movements.
  • Entering the materials' opening balances easily and in a number of ways if it was manual or linked with external assistance devices.
  • Identifying special committees of the inventory for monitoring and auditing purposes.
  • Entering the physical inventory for several inventory teams in many ways, whether manual or linked with external assistance devices.
  • Comparing the physical inventory with the system inventory to identify gaps.
  • Providing adding or subtracting bonds to fix the inventory differences with stated reasons.
  • Ability to access inventory and enter it at the material level as a whole or expiry date or batch number.
  • Linking with the load materials system and calculating the size and capacity of materials and connecting them with the fleet system.
  • Providing warehouse bonds such as attachment, input, output, damage, subtraction, addition, etc..
  • Providing reminder services for the materials that reached the limit of demand or that have exceeded their expiry date.
  • Analytical information of the materials movements, gross and detailed, in a graph.
  • Linking with sales system and representatives' movements and sales distribution system.
  • Reporting the events concerning the movements of warehouses or warnings by SMS.