Inventory Management

Inventory management is a systematic approach to managing
stock items and physical assets. From a business point of view, it is a fundamental aspect of stock control that involves keeping the right sock at appropriate levels, in the right location, at the correct time. Though inventory and warehouse management systems share similarities, they aren’t the same. Inventory management typically deals with the stock at several warehouse locations. Warehouse management, on the other hand, is primarily concerned with the products stored in a particular facility.

Why Use Our
Inventory Management System

Managing inventory is a complicated process, and this is
especially true when you have many SKUs, multiple suppliers or sales channels.

Why Use NextSmartShip Inventory Management


With the inventory management system, you can check all the inventory and SKUs in the dashboard, the data will be updated and sync to your online store in real time.

Transparent & Affordable Storage Cost

No receiving fee, 90 days free warehousing, totally transparent billing, helping online sellers control budget and get good profit margin.

Accuracy Rate

Each operation will be double checked, with the automated WMS and skilled workers, all the manual operations can maintain an accuracy rate of nearly 100%.

Why Use Our
Inventory Management System


Monitoring the inventory level in real-time is important, you can check the remaining quantity of each SKU and make replenishment plan in time.
Keeping inventory means your money is tied into it. With automated inventory management, you’ll efficiently manage inventory levels, so the cash flow within your business remains positive. ​

If you sell on different multichannel e-commerce platforms/shopping carts, an inventory management system will improve inventory visibility. It will help you coordinate orders across your sales channels. In this way, you’ll cut losses when it’s time to replenish stocks for new holiday trends.

Our OMS allows you to track orders from sales to order fulfilment, a process more commonly known as order tracking. The technology facilitates collaboration between teams, and effective communication with suppliers, customers, and shipping agents​

Through technologies such as barcode scanning, you can instantly make new orders and verify the status of other pre-existing refill requests. Barcode scanning will also help you manage cycle counts.

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We understand the importance approaching each work integrally and believe in the power of simple and easy communication