The RedBeam Inventory Standard Edition of the software is a complete item database with
the ability to use cabled barcode scanners attached to PC workstations.
Receive, move, issue and adjust inventory on the PC by scanning items
with a cabled barcode scanner or by entering data manually. Print count
sheets and take periodic physical inventories. Print inventory, reorder,
out-of-stock, overstock and transaction reports. RedBeam Inventory
Tracking supports Windows XP, Server 2003 and Vista.
Barcode each of your items. All software RedBeam software packages come
with a pack of blank barcode labels that can be printed on your standard
laser printer. You can also print a bar coded item catalog from the
Receive, move, issue or adjust items by scanning your items. Enter a
reference number for transactions if desired.
Print detailed item reports showing current quantities and locations,
reorder amounts, out-of-stock and overstocked items.
Why Choose RedBeam Inventory Tracking?
RedBeam Inventory Tracking is the easiest way to keep inventory records
up to date! Managers know that tracking inventory effectively is vital
to improving accuracy and ensuring sufficient inventory levels, but
inventory software designed for large enterprises can cost tens of
thousands of dollars. If you are looking for an effective inventory
management solution to optimize purchases and increase accountability,
but don’t want to break the bank then look no further. RedBeam Inventory
Tracking is the most intuitive and affordable inventory tracking
solution available. From stockroom to warehouse inventory, RedBeam
Inventory Tracking can help you get there.
Key features of RedBeam Inventory
Easy-to-Use PC Interface
Robust Reporting with Scope and
Barcode Label Printing
Detailed Vendor Purchasing
Import and Export from
Robust SQL Database
Single or Multi-User Network
Cabled or Mobile Barcode
Intuitive Mobile Computer
Serial #, Lot # and Expiration
RedBeam Inventory Tracking
software is designed to:
Speed Up Inventory Movements
Locate Inventory Easily
Track Item Movements
Reduce Inventory Levels
Minimize Out of Stock Situations
Minimize Paper Work
Create One Central Inventory