Connect Your Sales Channels
Sell more by seamlessly integrating all your sales channels in a few clicks.
Run Your Business From Anywhere
Access your information on any device with our desktop and mobile applications.
Accurate & Centralized Inventory
Stay on top of your inventory and avoid overselling with real-time inventory sharing.
Save Time with Automation
Spend less time on manual processes by setting up custom configurations specific to your workflow.
Same or Next Day Delivery
Ship faster and cheaper with our carrier integrations and rate shopping features.
Reduce Human Errors
Easily manage SKUs with barcode scanning. Our system supports barcode scanners or mobile devices.
Our cloud based inventory management system increases your sales by harmonizing all sales channels within the same supply chain and allowing you scale your small business.
Overselling is a major concern for small business owners. Thanks to our marketplace and shopping cart integration, our inventory management system shares inventory levels and synchronizes orders across different sales channels. This means you can effortlessly sell your inventory on multiple sales channels, without worrying about overselling or missing potential sales opportunities.
By improving warehouse costs, our inventory management software provides better margins to support your growth and allow you scale up your small business.
Logiwa ‘s order fulfillment functionality is designed to improve retail and e-commerce operations. We provide smart process designs with cutting-edge technology to make it seamless. Our automated integration to marketplaces, shopping carts and carriers helps you to manage order management, fulfillment and shipment processes with fewer resources.
Cloud deployments are slowly eclipsing on-premise deployments of inventory management systems – and for good reason. Cloud-based inventory solutions allow business owners to take their business anywhere they go in the world. A business owner traveling for work can access real-time inventory data from his laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Plus, the start-up costs are significantly lower than an on-premise solution, allowing managers to ditch the spreadsheets sooner rather than later.
Choosing a software-as-a-service (SaaS) inventory software limits your risk. You pay only for what you need through monthly fees with no long-term commitment. In addition, a cloud inventory management software eliminates the need for long-term maintenance and updates. Instead, these activities are automatically managed by the inventory software service provider.
For many retailers and warehouse owners, there’s a temptation to continue using manual processes like spreadsheets. While these may work in the early days of your business, they are not scalable. Manual processes also don’t support necessary innovations like walking path optimization, wave picking, or cross-docking.
Even recently, the technical expertise and financial resources required to buy and run a inventory management software made it inaccessible. With Logiwa’s cloud-based inventory solutions, optimization and efficiency through technology are possible with budgets of virtually any size.
Your inventory is the lifeblood of your warehouse and fulfillment business, which makes keeping a close eye on it important. With so many moving parts, it’s difficult to gather, consolidate, and analyze information to make data-driven inventory management decisions. Throw in multiple sales channels, shipment carriers, accouting systems, order management systems and the process becomes even more complicated for a business owner.
Fortunately, inventory management systems and warehouse management systems have kept up with these developments.Most inventory management solutions come with features that support barcode scanning with mobile devices, making it easy for warehouse workers to record where items are stored and access detailed pick lists. For warehouses managing a high volume of orders, warehouse management systems that support advanced picking algorithms are also on the market. These capabilities allow your picking team to quickly pick the outgoing orders.
Technology is not the only way your warehouse can achieve 99 to 100 percent inventory accuracy. Processes also play an important role. In addition to annual physical counts, your inventory system should conduct frequent cycle counts using the ABC method. Finally, successful warehouse managers don’t rely on gut feelings to make decisions about their inventory. They use data to determine safety stock levels and reorder points to keep their carrying costs low while reducing the risk of stockouts.