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Manage Multiple Warehouses with Ease
Optimize stock levels across all your warehouses and make your inventory go further.
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When you’re managing stock across multiple warehouses, there are multiple opportunities for things to go wrong! EazyStock ensures you have optimal levels of the right stock in the right location, every time. With smart, multi-location functionality, it helps prevent stockouts, makes the best use of warehouse space and keeps overall inventory levels to a minimum.
Get a synchronized view of your inventory levels and reordering requirements across every stock location. EazyStock can collect stock data from multiple business systems and offer one centralized, aggregated view of your stock levels and replenishment requirements.
This offers a new level of transparency and helps you make more informed inventory management and purchasing decisions.
Make the best use of your inventory by re-allocating it (when needed) to meet local demand. When making order recommendations, EazyStock automatically identifies items that are in excess at one location – due to low demand – and suggests redistributing them to help fulfill orders elsewhere.
You can then use up excess inventory you already have in your business, prior to placing orders for new stock. Not only will inventory levels be lower across each site, but you’ll find you can use valuable warehouse space much more efficiently.
Creating forecasts for multiple stock locations can lead to over-inflated ordering and a build-up of inventory. Stop this happening with EazyStock’s flexible hub and spoke forecasting frameworks.
Either combine the demand from each spoke to create one central forecast, or produce separate forecasts for each spoke (taking into account local adjustments) and aggregate them together.
Sometimes an item’s demand from a single warehouse is too low or sporadic to justify carrying it. But, if the item is ‘business critical’, or demand across the region as a whole is much higher, it becomes worthwhile to stock.
EazyStock’s virtual warehousing functionality allows users to aggregate demand across multiple stock locations by applying inventory pooling techniques. These locations then act together as a virtual warehouse, allowing demand across the region to be met, while keeping inventory levels as low as possible.
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In our old ERP, the demand type was static until we went in and manually changed it. With EazyStock, it's now automatically updating demand type based on transactional history, so we don't have to worry if the correct demand type is applied to one of our thousands of items.
Having EazyStock as part of our value-add has given us a lot more confidence. We've always wanted to handle the supply chain for our customers. We've always done a pretty good job, but now EazyStock allows us to do a great job and do it with far more detail and specifics around how we're going to accomplish the goals that our customers put in front of us.
Previously, we were reviewing and classifying our inventory using an ABC analysis framework on a quarterly basis. Now EazyStock automatically adjusts stocking policies in a much more sophisticated way - on a daily basis.
EazyStock has improved our ability to print the right quantities of the right titles to suit market demand. At the same time, we’ve optimized our stock levels and inventory investment, and ensured stockouts are now few and far between.
EazyStock is the solution we needed to streamline our operations and keep up with the fast-moving healthcare industry.
EazyStock is a very advanced tool that provides a high level of service in terms of delivery, while also ensuring that we only have the stock levels that demand requires. As an EazyStock customer, you get a whole new view of inventory and can proactively act to changes in demand for individual items.
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