Inventory Management

For every business organization, inventory is a necessary component of the supply chain process and is required at almost every single stage of operations, whether it is in the form of raw or packaging materials, work-in-process, finished goods, stores or spares.

Optimal Inventory, Optimal Business Results

Inventory management is, therefore, an important aspect of the supply chain process of the modern day businesses.

Companies today need an optimal level of inventory to manage their operations. Any inventory in excess of the optimal level will adversely impact the working capital and will also increase the risk of obsolescence. On the other hand, lower than the optimal level of inventory would result in stock out of the finished goods, and disruptions in the operations, in case of work-in-process or raw materials.

Thus, witnessing the ever increasing significance of optimum inventory for the organizations, it has become all the more important to have expert help in the inventory management processes, and so relying on Research2Systems is a must for you!

Key Challenges Faced By Organizations Today In Inventory Management

The common approach to inventory management is to define a rule of thumb based inventory norm, without considering key influencing factors like the demand patterns and supply lead times. This results in sub optimal inventory norm, which manifests itself in a number of ways:

  • Simultaneous stock-outs and excesses
  • High level of obsolescence
  • Production disruption and re prioritization
  • Non availability of packaging material

When it comes to influencing the inventory norms, many factors play a key role. Some of these are:

  • Demand
  • Demand variability
  • Lead Time
  • Lead time variability
  • Desired service levels
  • Replenishment strategy

More often than not, supply chain managers do not have adequate understanding or visibility of these factors.

Shorter product life cycles, supplementing product combinations and demand skew add further complexities to the scenario that needs to be considered for proper inventory planning. Another complexity is the multi-layered structure of supply chains where inventory is held simultaneously at multiple nodes – manufacturer, distributor and retailer.

Considering all these challenges that the modern day business organizations are facing in inventory management, it becomes inevitable to reach for the right assistance. At Research2Systems, we understand the importance of good and effective inventory management. This is the reason why we bring to you our best service offerings that will help you realize nothing but the matchless inventory management expertise of our highly experienced team!

Research2System's Inventory Management Solutions – Helping you at every phase of your business operations

Research2Systems has a range of inventory management solutions that can comprehensively address diverse industry scenarios. Our suite of inventory management solutions consists of the following:

  • Product Segmentation
  • Demand Analysis
  • Supply Analysis
  • Inventory Analysis
  • Norms Definition – ROP, Safety Stock
  • Multi Echelon Inventory Management

Features That Make Our Inventory Management Solutions Stand Out!

We never underestimate the role that an optimal inventory level plays in completing the business operations effectively and efficiently. It is this knowledge of ours that has helped us to design such inventory management solutions that cater to the varied needs of the business organizations.

Some of the incredibly useful features of our solutions are:

  • Dynamic Norms Calculation
  • Automatic Product Segmentation
  • Best Fit Inventory Strategy

Reap the benefits of our Inventory Management Solutions!

We believe in giving our clients the best possible results through our entire gamut of services. So, when you put your faith in our inventory management solutions, we make sure that you get several advantages. Some of these advantages include:

  • Optimized Inventory Levels
  • Higher Availability and Fill Rate
  • Lower Obsolescence
  • Improved Cash Flow
  • Lower Working Capital Requirements

Contact us today and know about our Inventory Management solutions in detail.