Making good purchasing decisions requires business intelligence

Smart purchasing and stock optimization boosts your organization’s bottom line. What am I buying, selling, holding and what’s the cost? It’s a messy ask, report-wise. If you’re involved in purchasing decisions, you don’t care so much about who’s buying your product. It’s more about what’s walking out the door, and how fast, so you can replenish it. Business intelligence allows you to be in control of your data and know at any point in time; what stock is on hand, what’s been ordered and days of cover.

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