If you are like most folks, you start the year thinking of the ways to improve your personal life by setting new resolutions like setting weight loss goals, signing up for a half-marathon, joining a tennis club, learning how to make mosaic tile artwork, or finishing the knitting project you've been working on for years (who, me?)
This year, why not spend some time making meaningful adjustments in your business that can help you achieve better inventory control in 2013? I know what you're thinking...we have already set our goals for 2013. We have our performance improvement plans in place and THIS year we'll achieve them!
Let's be realistic. If you don't have specific plans in place to change the way your team evaluates whether to stock new products or how to handle slow moving products, then you may be setting them up for failure. We want to see you achieve those performance improvements this year so we have just published a new white paper titled “
Now doesn’t that sound like a resolution worth achieving this year? You bet it does. Download this helpful white paper and you’ll get tips to implement these three easy resolutions:
- Resolution #1 – Justify It
- Resolution #2 – Question It
- Resolution #3 – Measure It
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Relevance, longevity, and time and cost savings are the key drivers in software selection. The features of the inventory control software must be perfectly aligned with the business goals behind procurement of such software.