A shot of the inFlow team (Archon Systems) at Glen Stewart Ravine

Rooting out the weeds in Glen Stewart Ravine

Posted by Thomas Wong

Twice a year we get the whole inFlow team together to volunteer somewhere in our community. These events have taken us north to the Evergreen Brick Works and west to the Liberty Grand, but this particular outing led us southeast to a treasure trove of green that our city calls the Glen Stewart Ravine. It […]

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On-Premise 3.6

Introducing inFlow On-Premise 3.6

Posted by Thomas Wong

inFlow On-Premise 3.6 is focused on fixing a few outstanding issues reported by our users, but we couldn’t help but throw in a few improvements along the way. So in this update you’ll find a few extra features to help make day-to-day work in inFlow a little easier and more accurate. Pick date inFlow On-Premise […]

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Grow your small business with Amazon FBA

Posted by Thomas Wong

Fulfillment by Amazon (a.k.a., Amazon FBA) is one of the best ways for your small business to outsource storage and fulfillment. But before we get into the details, let’s talk about why you might want to consider this option at all. The challenges of handling your own warehouse space The thing is: storage can be […]

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When should your small business consider a 3PL?

Posted by Thomas Wong

If you’re already practising the basics of inventory management within your business and you still feel like you’re spending too much time on fulfilling orders, then it’s probably time to consider third party logistics (3PL). The big selling point of using a 3PL is specialization. Think about it this way: your own business is optimized […]

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Check out our Markup vs. Margin video

Posted by Thomas Wong

One of the most popular articles on the inFlow blog discussed Margin vs. Markup. The difference between margin and markup is something that a lot of other small businesses have asked about, and although we try to keep explanations simple, not everyone learns in the same way (fair enough!). Some people really are readers and prefer […]

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