Two jars, one nearly empty: "not enough safety stock"

How to calculate your safety stock

Posted by Thomas Wong

Your safety stock and reorder point help you determine how low your stock can get before you need to order more. If you don’t reorder when you reach your reorder point, you’re likely to run out of stock. Safety stock contributes to your reorder point by accounting for things like: delays in shipping, sudden increases […]

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Manage QuickBooks inventory with inFlow Cloud

Posted by Thomas Wong

If you’re a QuickBooks Online (QBO) user, you’ve probably found its inventory management features lacking. That’s okay because QBO is an accounting app first and foremost, and inventory tracking is really one of its sub-features in the higher-end Plus plan. The Quickbooks Plus plan can help you with simple product-tracking setups, like buying goods and […]

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Does inFlow replace small business accounting apps?

Posted by Thomas Wong

We’ve had a lot of users ask if they can use inFlow instead of small business accounting software. The quick answer is that inFlow Cloud is focused on inventory control and order tracking, but they do have features to help you keep on top of your finances. The more nuanced answer is that we don’t think […]

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inFlow v3.5.2 can create sales quotes straight from the product page

Introducing inFlow On-Premise v3.5.2

Posted by Thomas Wong

inFlow On-Premise v3.5.2 was released this week, and with it come a few changes and enhancements. The first change is that inFlow Inventory is now inFlow On-Premise. We’ve had over ten years to associate the name inFlow with inventory, so we’re now calling this product inFlow On-Premise to signify that it’s hosted on-site on your […]

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