Periodic inventory vs perpetual inventory

Periodic vs. perpetual inventory

Posted by Thomas Wong

There are two methods for tracking and accounting for your products: the periodic and perpetual inventory systems. The periodic system is easier to start out with because it is less complex, but we’d suggest the perpetual inventory system for all but the smallest of businesses. It’s a more accurate system for your business to grow […]

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Track your products by serial and lot numbers

Posted by Thomas Wong

Tracking inventory accurately can require more than just stock counts. Many products can have lot, batch, or serial numbers attached to them — and properly managing these is just as important as monitoring your inventory levels. Lot and serial numbers are tracked through the manufacturing process, delivery to retail stores, and right through to the […]

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Pick Dates show when you took products off the shelf

Get specific with inFlow Cloud’s pick date

Posted by Thomas Wong

The pick date (for orders with shipping) and fulfill date (for orders without shipping) are a new level of detail we’ve added to inFlow Cloud. In previous versions of inFlow Cloud (and inFlow On-Premise), all sales orders were assigned an order date when they were first saved. The order date represented when the order was […]

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inFlow and QuickBooks Online, together at last!

Automatically send inFlow sales to QuickBooks Online

Posted by Thomas Wong

inFlow Cloud can report on accounting-related figures like sales profit and the cost of goods sold, but it isn’t a full-fledged accounting app. So if you need to see how much cash is in a particular payment account, or what your fiscal year looks like, inFlow isn’t specifically designed to provide those answers. Fortunately, inFlow […]

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