Looking to gain better mastery of your inventory and deliveries? Software can help. The challenge is deciding which software to use. To make your decision easier, we polled a panel of experts. Read on to learn more.
Iulia Karlsson, Marketing and Sales Manager at TdB Labs. Iulia Karlsson is an entrepreneur with PhD in medical biosciences and over 5 years of Life Science industry experience in sales and up-scaling.
SmartSheet and Google Sheets
SmartSheet is a relatively cheap and easy-to-use tool that we have used for two years to keep track of our production, deliveries, and inventories. It is web-based so you don’t need a server, and everyone from your team can reach the tool from any computer in the world. You can create categories and get updated when someone makes changes.
Another tool is Google Sheets, which is completely free and web-based as well. If you have a limited number of items it is a good tool to use. We have quite a lot of orders and products, which makes SmartSheet a better choice.
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