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nchristine
Oct 17, 2012

What is a good option for inventory control software?

Do any inventory control software suites stand out, or are they all pretty comparable for use by SMBs?

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JonesPatricia_YahM6ZZGP
10/23/2012

I would say go for JMD or Redbeam (one of my friend use this). 

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JonesPatricia_YahM6ZZGP
10/23/2012

I would say go for JMD or Redbeam (one of my friend use this). 

jimlynch
10/18/2012
This article might be helpful:

Choosing the Best Inventory Tracking Software
http://www.inc.com/articles/201105/best-inventory-tracking-software.html

"Choosing the best inventory tracking software for your business can be daunting. Here's how to get the basics right—and then toss in some fancy extras."
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blackdog
10/18/2012

I've only been around two of the options - JDA and RedPrairie.  Both will do the job.  I recall that RedPrairie can be challenging to integrate with the company's other products, but has been been around for quite a while, is powerful and does the trick.  It's more focused on large, enterprise customers, so I'm not sure how well it would be suited for SMB use.  JDA I am less familiar with, and don't remember it all that well.  I wish I had more to add, but it's been a while since I've been around this type of software.  

 

 

Here is a review of RedPrairie that might be useful:

http://www.erpsearch.com/redprairie-software-technology.php

 

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