Scan the barcodes, and when you are done, StockSavvy will give a list of the item quantities to be updated on Shopify. Once you are done reviewing, hit the button, and the quantities will be immediately updated on Shopify! You can do cycle counts to check inventory or receive product in and add to your item quantities.
With the retail prices, you can see the worth of all the items you scanned. Accounting becomes easier!
The best practice is to minimize or even avoid those yearly or quarterly large, entire inventory counts, as those can get messy and are a big hassle. Instead, scan and count small batches at a time by using tags and vendor filtering, for example, counting one vendor a week and then repeating from the beginning. This keeps your inventory accurate with minimal effort!
Often, products might not be entered into the system, or there might be barcode duplicates. By seeing errors as you're scanning you can identify these inconsistencies to keep your product listings accurate. You can also compare the items scanned with your full inventory to see what items you list on Shopify but don't have on hand.
Tracking inventory for multiple store locations or warehouses can easily get out of hand. Tagging is the recommended way of managing inventory in multiple locations, and with built-in tagging support, inventory management becomes a piece of cake.
With reports generated and saved every time you do a cycle count, you can keep an accurate record.
Geared toward efficiency, we support dedicated barcode scanners. We actually think all dedicated barcode scanners will work with StockSavvy, but just to cover our bases, we'll just say "most".