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Accounting & Stock Control

Stock Management …. Improve Efficiency and Productivity

WiseBiz allows you to manage your products and stock, raise customer invoices and always to know who owes payment, how much and for how long.

Product Definition: Create, define and manage all of your products and services.

Record Goods-In & Goods-Out to Maintain Stock Levels: As your supplier orders come in, this is recorded to increase stock levels. As you sell products and raise client invoices this reduces stock levels.

Set Product Re-order Alerts: When your stock of a product hits a certain level you will receive an automatic alert to re-order.

Who Owes What?: As you sell products and raise invoices keep track of who owes how much, and for how long. Automatically generate email and sms payment reminders.

Financial Accounting: As you pay your suppliers and you receive payment from your customers, these transactions are automatically recorded in your WiseBiz bank record. Reconcile this transaction history to your bank account statement to easily stay on top of your financial accounting. Generate accounting reports for your accountant to keep your accountancy bills as low as possible!

Wisebiz Stock Management Software module is used to show how much stock you have at any one time, and how you keep track of it. Inventory software systems for small businesses only go part way towards full stock control management. Rather than just listing your products, it manages the entire process of notifying when stock is getting low, enabling you to re-order before the ‘shelves’ become empty. It’s more than just inventory database software, as it applies to every item you use to produce a product or service, from raw materials to finished goods. It covers stock at every stage of the production process, from purchase and delivery to using and re-ordering the stock. Efficient stock control allows you to have the right amount of stock in the right place at the right time. It ensures that capital is not tied up unnecessarily, and protects production if problems arise with the supply chain.