Introduction to Managing your Inventory:

Rapid Inventory was developed as an extension of QuickBooks, for the purpose of managing inventory in multiple warehouses and multiple stocking locations within each warehouse. Add the inventory accuracy and efficiencies achievable with bar codes and bar code scanners, lot number tracking and FEFO, FIFO inventory rotation options, and you have a robust inventory management solution for many different types of businesses. Rapid Inventory is tightly integrated with QuickBooks through Intuit’s Web Connector interface.

If you are new to Rapid Inventory, these Introduction pages are a great way to get up to speed on the three most commonly used areas in Rapid Inventory - Fulfilling Sales Orders, Receiving Purchase Orders, and Managing your Inventory.

T​his page is your Introduction to Managing Your Inventory in Rapid Inventory. This covers the various inventory inquiry views and base transactions that can occur in Rapid Inventory such as Moves, Transfers, Holds, Releases, and Adjustments. Other inventory topics such as Inventory Counts and Build Assembly can be found in their sections in the Main Areas selection on the right, or by clicking on the hyperlinks above. Please take a look at the short video and feel free to share it with your warehouse employees. A few minutes spent watching the video now, will save you time and frustration later.

Once you have watched the video, download and print our "Introduction to Managing your Inventory" user guide. It is a handy reference tool for the warehouse. It provides additional detail for the process you just watched in the video.


Related Pages: Introduction to Sales Orders, Introduction to Purchase Orders, Home, Getting Started

To view a short video illustrating the search and view functions for Inventory, click on the arrow below:






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