Most small businesses require some sort of inventory in order to operate. Having inventory and selling it for a profit are essential to the growth of a company. However, managing inventory can be a real challenge. Some parts of your inventory are inevitably going to move faster than others. There is no optimal speed for inventory to move; every business works differently.
Slow-moving inventory can be a real problem for businesses. Inventory that sits on the shelves for weeks or months on end is nothing more than wasted money. Cash is needed for a business to grow, so it’s imperative that companies avoid committing too much of it to inventory. Here are a few simple rules to remember when managing your inventory:
While inventory is definitely a “necessary evil”, it can lead to a great deal of productivity and growth when managed properly. Following these tips will help point you in the right direction.
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