Sage Inventory Advisor is the ideal solution for companies that are looking to reduce excess inventory, stock-outs, working capital, and time spent on forecasting. Sage Inventory Advisor is an affordable cloud solution that connects to Sage ERP data to deliver real-time inventory health-checks, produce quality forecasts, and suggest optimal replenishment planning. And best of all, there is no need for investment in additional software or equipment.
How can Sage Inventory Advisor help you?
By continuously monitoring all the risks inherent in the inventory and setting optimal safety stocks to mitigate those risks, Sage Inventory Advisor has helped:
- Reduce excess inventory by 10% to 15%.
- Improve fill rate by 2% to 10%, and reduce stock-outs.
- Free up 15% to 20% of capital invested in stock, so you can invest in strategic areas of your business and increase profits.
By integrating with Sage ERP systems and analyzing real-time sales and inventory data, Sage Inventory Advisor can produce quality forecasts and suggest optimal replenishment recommendations. Moreover, Sage Inventory Advisor provides “what if” simulation in an intuitive, graphical user interface that makes analysis and forecasting faster and easier than ever before.
The results have shown that:
- Customers managed to reduce their time spent on forecasting by 50%.
- Customers have been able to “see” and “know” what and when to order.
As a cloud-based solution, Sage Inventory Advisor takes as little as hours to implement and can even be accessible on mobile devices through a web browser. Its intuitive interface makes it easy to learn and use in just few hours. Sage Inventory Advisor gives you:
- Immediate return on your investment.
- Unlimited user license.
To learn how this solution can benefit you, please register for and attend our upcoming webcast on Sage Inventory Advisor on Wednesday, June 26, at 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET (1 hour).
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