Name one way that QStock Inventory saves you time
Mary Magana: For our Cycle Counts, we used to have to close down production, basically take a day, and do our counts. Now with QStock, we don’t have to do that. Production keeps on going. Our inventory control person is able to do a Cycle Count and not cause any changes for the day.
Do you use any Lot Tracking within QStock Inventory to view the lifecycle of your inventory?
Mary Magana: A KPI Number, which is a five digit number, a dash, then the model of the system or the transducer. Just key that in and you can see where the move has been, the day it came in, the day it went out. You’ve got your Purchase Order Number, your Sales Order Number, your Invoice Number, it’s all there. And you can see how it was moved by the handheld, and by who. So it is really, to me it is very complete.
Did you require any customizations to QStock Inventory?
Mary Magana: He kind of tweaked it around to make sure that each item that comes in is kind of its own entity. To make sure that we could keep a close eye on it. He did a great job on that.
Do you use labels in your QStock Inventory and warehouse process?
Mary Magana: We print a label when it comes in the door and attach it to the box it comes in or the paperwork because we don’t want it on the system [finished good] itself. That label is how we track it through development.
How did your QStock Inventory implementation work with your team?
Teresa Jacob: I think George works really well with our IT Department, or IT Company. We outsource our IT. Our IT Company knows George, and George also works well with them.