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5 Things to Look for in a Cloud-based Inventory Management System

Whether you are an enterprise selling your products online, or an individual business owner trying to use the various online selling platforms to make a profit, an inventory management system is a must for you. 932 more words

Inventory Management Software India

Hello to all Online Merchants in India from all of us at Browntape!

Dear Sellers,

At Browntape, we are very excited to bring our super-simple and awesomely intuitive multi-channel order management service to improve the lives of Indian sellers like you. 749 more words

Inventory Management Software India

PayPal to Process More Offline Payments

Ebay subsidiary PayPal is dead serious about taking on a $10 trillion market: the Multichannel Payments Market. To do so it will have to prove its worthiness against older companies, especially in offline commerce. 566 more words

Online Retail

Why Do Online Retailers Fail?

A couple of weeks ago someone asked me a great question. It came from an entrepreneur interested in opening an online store. She had a brick and mortar shop, some experience in offline retail, great merchandise. 1,388 more words

Online Retail

3 Great Exception Reports for Small Business Owners

In a previous post we dealt with the concept of management by exception. As explained more fully in that post, a small business owner can benefit in multiple ways from being alerted by the company’s… 570 more words

ERP Software

MOOG® Coverage Expanded With Dozens of New Parts For Foreign Nameplate and Domestic Models

Federal-Mogul continues to expand coverage provided by its industry-leading MOOG® Steering and Suspension brand, with dozens of new parts now available for popular late-model foreign nameplate and domestic applications. 338 more words


‘Stock Equates Garbage’: The Everlight Electronics Way of Inventory Management

At Everlight Electronics, a manufacturer of LED lighting products, every employee at its Taipei headquarters and Suzhou plant carries a card around the neck. The card displays the company’s accounting policy in regard to inventory management—an inventory build-up of over 30 days would be treated as a discount of 25 percent on the goods; over 60 days, a discount of 50 percent; and 90 days, a discount of 100 percent. 878 more words