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Inventory management software for small businesses

Drive your small business forward

Set up products and stock with Sage Accounting. Get an accurate view of stock levels and save time handling inventory.

Get meaningful inventory reports

Using Sage Accounting, set minimum re-order levels, see warnings if you're out of stock, and get reports on your best-selling products with our inventory management software for small business.

Manage stock and pricing

Upload existing product or stock items in seconds. Set purchase, sales, trade or wholesales prices, and others tailored to your business.

Act on real-time stock data

Set stock re-order levels and re-order quantities, and see out-of-stock warnings, freeing up your working capital.

Organize products by categories

Organize products into categories and sub-categories so that you can see how much you need and when.

Add other products and services

Set up products and track their quantities, for example, computer parts. Add non-stock items where quantity doesn't matter, like materials for a custom job. Create services or actions that you buy and sell to clients, like fitting or repair parts.

Inventory management software for small businesses

Avoid time-consuming manual stock set-up. Upload your existing stock items quickly and easily and put Sage Accounting to work in minutes.

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Small business inventory management software FAQs

Stock or inventory management software helps businesses track stock, orders, sales and services. It's typically used in a variety of industries including manufacturing, retail, and some types of services businesses.

Firstly, map out all of your existing inventory management processes. When you introduce inventory management software, ensure you have buy-in from all employees. This means training them and also identifying some team members who can answer colleagues’ questions and promote the use of this new technology on a day-to-day basis. Consider moving from spreadsheets to cloud software. Finally, ask an expert for help via organizations, training bodies or even in-product support.

Having too much inventory risks tying a business's capital up in unused stock.

You’ll also have to pay to store it, protect it, and insure it. Excess inventory runs the risk of reaching its shelf life before it's used or sold. Inventory management software mitigates many of these issues and helps a business free up capital for other areas.

Inventory management software, like Sage Accounting starts at $25 per month. You can also try it for free.

Stock items describe products or goods that you sell to customers. Inventory refers to the products you sell, as well as the raw materials and equipment required to make goods that are a work-in-progress.

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