Stock management

Warehouse management is a critical aspect for craftsmen and service-oriented companies, especially when it comes to maintaining control over both consumable products and returnable equipment.

It is possible to enter your material list in Bidmio stock modul. This only needs to be done once and every time you create a new case, your material list is automatically added to the case and you can then fill in the materials that have been used in that case.

Inventory management for craftsmen and service companies

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Stock management

Warehouse management system specifically tailored for craftsmen and service companies

“The Bidmio App’s warehouse management system offering comprehensive oversight of product and material usage. It’s designed not only to track consumables but also to meticulously monitor machines and other equipment. A key feature of this system is its ability to ensure that all equipment, once used for a task, is promptly returned to storage. This extends to tools and equipment issued to employees, thereby maintaining a streamlined and efficient workflow.

3 reasons to use Bidmio for Warehouse management in your company 


Integrated Warehouse Creation:

Users can easily set up their warehouse within the system, defining the specific products stored and their quantities in each individual warehouse.


Link with projects:

When registering materials/products to the projects, you can select the desired product and specify the warehouse from which the quantity should be removed or added. This process is streamlined and can be done with a simple click, ensuring real-time data accuracy without manual entry.


Overall, Bidmio warehouse management system:

Comprehensive, integrated solution that simplifies inventory management for businesses, making it an ideal choice for those seeking to streamline their warehouse operations within a broader CRM framework.

Functionality of Bidmio ERP:

    • Easy Creation of Storage Locations: The system allows for the straightforward setup of various storage locations, enhancing organizational efficiency.

    • Clear Product Display: Each warehouse’s available products are displayed clearly, making it easy to manage and locate inventory.

    • Minimum Stock Levels: Users can set minimum stock levels for each warehouse, ensuring adequate supply and avoiding stockouts.

    • Effortless Additional Purchasing: With the push of a button, additional purchases can be made, automatically increasing inventory levels.

    • Simplified Accounting for Sales: The system automatically reduces inventory levels when goods are sold, streamlining the accounting process.

    • Inventory Alerts: Notes within inbox indicate minimum stock levels or highlight when quantities are unavailable.

    • Purchase and Sales Journal: All purchases and sales are clearly listed in a journal, providing a comprehensive view of transactions.

The Bidmio software suite offers a versatile and comprehensive solution for managing various business processes, including CRM activities, ordering systems, order processing, and warehouse management. Its design caters to a range of workflows, ensuring transparency and efficiency in operations.

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What is stock management?

Stock management, also known as inventory management, is the process of ordering, storing, tracking, and controlling inventory — which includes both raw materials (components) and finished goods (products). It’s a crucial part of supply chain management and involves overseeing the flow of items from manufacturers to warehouses and from these facilities to point of sale.

Key aspects of stock management include:

  1. Inventory Control: This involves knowing what is in stock and where it is located. It also involves determining what items to stock, in what quantities, and at what time.

  2. Order Management: Deciding when and how much to order, taking into account lead times and demand patterns.

  3. Stock Storage and Warehousing: Efficiently storing items, which includes organizing and maintaining the warehouse for easy access and safe keeping of products.

  4. Supply Chain Management: Coordinating with suppliers and transporters to ensure timely delivery of products and raw materials.

  5. Demand Forecasting: Predicting customer demand to avoid overstocking or understocking.

  6. Cost Management: Balancing costs involved in storing and ordering stock, including considerations of inventory carrying costs.

  7. Quality Control: Ensuring the inventory is in good condition and not outdated, especially important for perishable goods.

  8. Stock Tracking and Reporting: Using systems to monitor stock levels, deliveries, and sales. This often involves software for inventory databases.

Effective stock management leads to reduced costs by minimizing excess inventory and ensuring products are available when needed, thus improving customer satisfaction. It also plays a critical role in making sure that the operations of a business run smoothly and efficiently.