An Inventory System that Brings Historical Data Back to the Present

ASAP Systems introduces its most sought after Inventory Historical Inventory Feature enabling users to travel back in time for an inventory sneak peek.
Inventory System - Inventory Report History
Inventory System - Inventory Report History
NEW YORK - Oct. 21, 2020 - PRLog -- ASAP Systems, the market leader in Inventory System:, introduces the Historical Inventory Feature to answer two common questions; What was the inventory level on a certain day and how does it compare to my current inventory.

The Inventory Report Recorded History enables users to select any previous date and access the inventory levels data. Configurable reports on Historical Inventory can also be easily generated without any limitation on how far back a user chooses to go. However, once a date is selected, everything after that specific date will not be included in the report.

In addition, users have the ability to compare inventory levels between two dates and compare the inventory data.  Being able to quickly compare inventory data can be beneficial to see inventory trends and allow for more strategic decision making.

Thanks to our Inventory System and its Historical Inventory Feature, the past no longer has to stay in the past.

About ASAP Systems

We are ASAP Systems, a market leader in Inventory System and Asset Tracking Solution that uses barcode technology with mobile barcode scanners, smartphones, and tablets. We help improve profitability by eliminating manual data entry, paper files, and forms and by automating record keeping. With our powerful System, businesses know 24/7 how and where assets and inventory are received, stored, used, and disposed of in the warehouse, in the field, and in the office. Offices in California (headquarters) and Texas.

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