Inventory Scanning is designed to work with state-of-the-art handheld terminal scanners, either through WiFi or over the mobile network
These are the same scanners that are used with Triumph ERP Paperless Picking functionality.
Inventory Scanning is a web application that is directly connected to your Triumph back-end database. This means that it works in real time and sees and processes Inventory in real time. The major functions for inventory scanning are Stock Enquiry, Stock Taking, Goods Receipting, Stock Transfers and Stock Requisitions.
Scan a product barcode to display key information about an item, including the bin locations, quantity available, quantity expected in, outstanding sales orders, and product image. You can also edit the bin and bulk bin locations, as well as add new barcodes.
Remove all the hassle and errors with paper-based stock takes. Simply use the scanner to go down the shelves and scan the products that need to be counted. You can then either scan individual products or manually enter the quantity of the scanned product. Scanning an “outer” barcode will automatically count the box quantity inside.
The scanner also supports multiple “count points”, where the same stock items is counted at different points/places within the one warehouse or complex.
What could be simpler than walking up to a pallet of delivered goods and scanning them in against your purchase orders1. Scanned items are confirmed, matched against purchase orders and saved in Inventory ready to be sold.
If an item is on more than one purchase order, a list is presented for you to choose one. It will then roll onto subsequent purchase orders if there are more items delivered than was required on the first purchase order.
If an item is not on any purchase orders, or it’s not in inventory, it will be rejected with an audible warning. If an item is over supplied, an audible warning will also be heard, and a choice will be given whether to accept the over quantity or not.
Once all the items have been scanned, you can see a summary on the screen before accepting the results.
Simple, quick and accurate.
This is a great way of keeping track, or replenishing stock, in mobile vans. Each van is its own mini store. When the van comes into the main warehouse, the store-man can simply scan the required items, then book them out to the relevant van.
The items in the van are then tracked and recorded when sold or used. This could be done using our Job Mobile application, which is designed to run on mobile phones, or through any of our other applications that sell or use stock, e.g. Mobile Point of Sale.
In manufacturing environments recording what stock is used as part of the manufacturing process is essential. Having an easy and efficient way of capturing this information is key to doing this successfully.
This function allows you to scan any number of products, optionally entering a quantity, then committing them to a job or general expense code.
In addition to these major functions, you can use the scanner at any time to enquire on a stock item. Scanned items display the image for confirmation, which you can zoom into, it also displays various quantities, and allows you to see a list of outstanding sales orders.
Inventory Scanning software is available from $30.00 ex GST per month per scanner. Our fully functional pistol grip, touch screen scanners are available to purchase for $1,490.00. Inventory Scanning is included at no additional cost with Paperless Picking.
Simply start with the Standard Base Pack, consisting of 6 modules, then add one or more of the remaining 36 fully integrated modules that are relevant to your business needs234.
1 Requires the Purchase Ordering module
2 Inventory Scanning Module is dependent on Inventory Module.
3 Inventory Scanning Module is a web module and is based on a monthly charge with a minimum 12 months subscription. Contact your dealer to learn more.
4 Inventory Scanning Module Requires a compatible mobile scanning device.