Inventory

Inventory tracking helps you manage your items and services and track their stock by location to ensure you have enough products on hand or on order to help fulfill customer requirements.

“Best for Inventory Management”

AccountEdge was not only included in the Forbes Best Accounting Software list for 2024. We were touted as the best software for companies that manage inventory. Humbled.

Complete Inventory Management

Track all aspects of your inventory for items bought and sold. Add item pictures, custom lists and fields, define pricing and price breaks, create variations, and track serialized items.

Product Variations

Create product variations, like sizes, colors, and styles, for an item, and then create values for each interpretation, allowing you to track and sell your items with much greater detail and precision.

Quantity Breaks and Price Levels

Use custom price levels assigned to customers to define pricing strategies and quantity break discounts.

Serial Numbers and Warranty Tracking

Create or enter serial numbers to manage manufactured or purchased items, customize warranty tracking when sold by day, months, or years, and report on serial number transactions and active warranties.

Why AccountEdge?

If you buy or sell products, inventorying, pricing, and tracking them can be a full-time job. AccountEdge will help you define units of measure, locations, serial numbers, kits, variations, minimum stock, and default order quantities.

Build Items and Kits

Build Items and Kits

Track individual components that make a finished product. Components are deducted from your inventory count while the finished product is added.

Set Item Prices

Set Item Prices

View and set pricing based on average or last cost. Define by margins, markups, or gross profit targets.

Units of Measure

Units of Measure

Define buying and selling units of measure, including the number of items per buying unit so you can buy in case quantities and sell by the individual unit.

Combine Items

Combine duplicate or similar items into one, keeping all item attributes and transactions in the one you will keep.

Sell Non-Inventory Items

Define items you sell but don’t track inventory quantities. These could be service items, miscellaneous fees, or other items allowing you to report on sales volume without managing on-hand quantities.

Inventory Count and Adjustments

Count your inventory and keep track of any necessary adjustments. Your inventory valuation updates automatically.

Minimum Quantities

Set up stock alerts to never run out of an item based on pending sales transactions. Use the To Do list to remind you or to automatically reorder when necessary.

Manage Inventory Locations

Keep track of inventory quantities in different locations, set default buying and selling locations, and allocate reserve quantities per location.

Receive Inventory Process

Record items received from vendors for purchased items, including partial shipments and backorders.

Reports

Customize and view inventory reports for item details, stock valuation, auto-build, and kits. Reports include pricing analysis, locations, and serial numbers with warranty information.