Tag Archives: Cost Savings

How Do I Get the Best Value for My Money with Inventory Control Software?

If you keep four points in mind when searching through inventory control software options, you should be able to make a wise choice and get the most bang for your buck. Continue reading

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What Is a Carrying Cost?

The amount of money a company spends to keep inventory safe and stored over a certain length of time. Continue reading

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How Much Time Could You Save with Inventory Control Software?

Inventory control software helps businesses save time and manpower as they perform a variety of tasks. Continue reading

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3 Ways to Reduce Your Overhead Costs

While your overhead expenses may seem fixed, there are three things you can do to reduce your overhead and boost your bottom line! Continue reading

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Get Fishbowl’s Point of Sale Solution Free Through June 31

Fishbowl is offering a great deal to its customers in the second quarter of 2012. If you buy Fishbowl Inventory through June 31, 2012, you’ll get SalesPoint for free! Continue reading

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What Makes Fishbowl Different Than Other Companies

I recently visited the website of a company that I know to be a bit dishonest. I found a lot of big, bold promises, like “Save money with our services!” and “You can’t afford not to work with us!” I … Continue reading

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Make the Leap to ERP

Happy Leap Day! 2012 is the year your midsize business should finally make the leap to enterprise resource planning (ERP). No more delays. Many midsize businesses struggle to afford an ERP system, but they also worry that they can’t live … Continue reading

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How to Save Your Business

“These are the times that try men’s souls… yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives … Continue reading

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Fishbowl Inventory Re-energizes 4th-Generation Family Business

For the past 80 years, a family-owned hardware store called Griffiths Plumbing Kitchen and Bath has done all of its inventory management by hand. But soon after the British Columbia-based company was placed into the hands of its fourth-generation steward, … Continue reading

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They Don’t Make ‘em Like They Used to (Thank Goodness!)

“They don’t make ‘em like they used to” is an ambiguous phrase to me. It can mean two things: either the end products aren’t the same as they used to be, or the way those products are made isn’t the … Continue reading

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