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Here's How Inventory Management Keeps Up With The Demands

By Logistics Tech Outlook | Wednesday, November 27, 2019

With IOD, there is third-party ownership of products from the supplier to the consumer. The instance means that there is more control over costs.

FREMONT, CA: Today, consumers have an option to go to the store and have it delivered to their doorstep. They can also order online and go pick it up in the store. So, the instance has seen a tremendous increase in shipping. Overnight, shipping has now progressed into same-day shipping, and one can get products within a few hours without having to leave their homes.

So, how does one keep up with the fast-moving entities? Below is how inventory management can keep up with the transformations in consumer patterns and technology in the on-demand world.

Optimize with Inventory On Demand (IOD)

With conventional business-to-business supply chains, tracking is becoming very complicated. Since it is not derived from a linear format, the associations in a supply chain are all over the place. The scrambling and convoluted nature of supply chains are swiftly changing as business owners, and suppliers alike are looking to streamline their processes. Now, IOD is managing and enhancing every facet of a business-to-business supply chain by optimizing the process and decreasing the risk for supply chain users.

The Ins and Outs of IOD

Top Inventory Management Solution Companies

With IOD, there is third-party ownership of products from the supplier to the consumer. The instance means that there is more control over costs. Today, everything is automated within the inventory data collection process—the solution minimizes or even eliminates the need for yearly inventory counting and cyclical stock taking. Fundamentally, the on-demand inventory solution works by putting a sensor blanket in the vicinity of a warehouse and a screen that tracks items, which have come into a warehouse. The monitor connects to the warehouse sensor, and the software tells precisely where the item is located. The approach also eliminates several processes like barcode scanning and stock taking.

Saving Time

There is a multitude of ways to streamline the time and be more resourceful with inventory management. The IOD solution will decrease the amount of time the workforce spends on stock tacking. Besides, having robust inventory management will also help enhance and optimize the supply chain, thereby saving time in a variety of ways.

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