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How automation of warehouse processes can be the solution to rising inflation

Rising inflation is currently having a huge impact on businesses, meaning that more innovative ways to cut long-term costs without reducing productivity will be key to a successful 2023.

With the UK’s annual inflation rate hitting the 40-year high of 10.4% in September 2022, this steep increase is likely to have a significant effect on global supply-chains, including manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution businesses. To help ease the consequences of rising inflation, organisations can look to automate key processes to maximise productivity and reduce costs.


How can I automate my warehouse?

From goods in to goods out, key warehousing processes can be automated to save time and money whilst increasing productivity and capacity. Using modern barcode technology, stock can be traced along its journey through your warehouse and to the customer, with key information being automatically inputted into your stock management software and shared with your financial management system.

Stock takes can also be automated to suit your needs, to support cycle counting or monthly/annual counting. Using barcode scanners, items in your warehouse can be scanned to count inventory, automatically updating your stock management software and eliminating manual counting errors.

Tackling rising inflation


Successful automation projects mitigate the impacts of rising inflation. Improving accuracy, time management, and capacity of both your warehouse and staff workloads, your business will be able to effectively manage increasing levels of stock, a larger customer base, and meet orders more efficiently.

This will help cut both long and short-term costs to your business with fewer costly mistakes being made, less of a need to hire additional staff during peak seasons, and no longer needing to manage disparate systems. In addition, the economies of scale will go further than simply lessening the impact of rising inflation, and offer the opportunity to maximise profitability.

Although some investment will be needed to implement automation technologies, some businesses that provide modern warehouse management solutions can offer subscription-based plans to keep costs manageable, including Bit Systems.


There are so many options out there for businesses looking to alleviate the impact of rising inflation, and modernising with automation is a key way businesses can do that. Through our understanding of the warehousing and distribution industry and by taking the time to understand the challenges you’re facing, we can offer informed advice and guidance on how to improve your processes and save money with automation. Please don’t hesitate to contact us by calling 03300 245452 or emailing

Increasing warehouse efficiencies in time for Christmas

With Christmas fast approaching, warehouses across the UK are likely experiencing the increasing workload that comes with the holiday season.

There are many ways a warehouse can look to improve efficiency, with more traditional methods including breaking down processes into smaller and more logical steps, improving communication between staff to reduce inaccuracies, and hiring more warehouse operatives to help deal with the workload.

However, through the use of innovative technologies such as warehouse management solutions (WMS), warehousing businesses can improve efficiencies whilst keeping costs low. Helping with key processes from order processing through to dispatching, WMS can deliver a significant return on investment in terms of accuracy, flexibility, productivity and capacity, and meeting regulatory requirements.


Accurate Processes

Designed to streamline various warehouse processes, a WMS integrates with your accounting solution or ERP system to automate order processing, goods received, dispatching, and stock taking activities.

Minimising the need for manually inputting data, mistakes made by human error will be greatly reduced. This means more time can be spent on fulfilling customer orders and providing improved customer services.

In the case of Bit Systems, our software drives efficiency and performance by eliminating duplication of tasks and reducing stock count times by up to 90%. In addition to this, accurate processes will reduce any financial losses of the business due to incorrect or late orders.



A good warehouse management system will be flexible to work around your business processes. Handheld barcode scanners can hold a range of functionality such as custom sorting orders and filtering items. Flexibility within the systems themselves can include:

  • Mass importing via CSV files
  • Exporting information to Excel
  • Consistent updates and fixes
  • Customisable settings and configurations

These features are not only flexible to your business processes but they’re also designed to make your processes easier, with fewer manual tasks.

Productivity and Capacity


By automating the right processes, productivity can be increased. From order processing through to dispatching, handheld barcode scanners and an intuitive WMS can streamline operations to help meet seasonal demands.

Order processing can be a simple process within WMS’s. Using the example of Bit Inventory, purchase and sales orders can be created within the system and posted directly to your accounting solution at the touch of a button. Handheld scanners can be used to book stock into your warehouse for goods received tasks, integrating with your accounting software to automatically update received stock. With dispatching, scanners again can be used to pick and dispatch stock against sales orders, and automatically print dispatch notes. In terms of stock taking, item barcodes can be scanned to count stock, with actual numbers updating in your accounting software automatically.

By intuitively sharing information between both your WMS and accounting solution, tasks can be made more efficient and accurate. By saving significant amounts of time, your team will be able to deal with higher workloads without any increase in pressure. As well as expanding workload capacities, improved productivity will also result in an expansion of warehouse capacity, as your business will be able to process more orders effectively.

Regulatory Requirements


Some warehousing businesses will have an external company checking stock takes to make sure they’re accurate and comply with certain regulations or contractual obligations. Other businesses might be penalised if there are errors in customer orders, again if written in a contract. Any mistakes that happen have the potential to cost warehouses thousands of pounds.

A trusted warehouse management solution can help ensure data held in both your WMS and accounting software stays up-to-date and consistent with real-time information.

There are endless benefits with implementing a trusted warehouse management solution, particularly increasing warehouse efficiencies to ensure your business can meet the increase in demand that happens over the festive period. As a more cost-effective solution than hiring additional employees, and more accurate than trusting new manual step-by-step processes, a WMS is a practical way to improve productivity, accuracy, and cash flow, particularly considering the current economic climate.

If you would like to understand more about how a warehouse management system can make improvements to your warehouse operations, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Whether you’re looking to meet contractual obligations, increase warehouse capacity, or improve cash-flow, our team will be more than happy to answer your questions. Please don’t hesitate to contact us by calling 03300 245452 or emailing

GS1 Standards in the Construction industry

GS1 barcoding standards help identify and track products through the supply-chain. These standards can be used to help improve accuracy and productivity in a range of industries, from food and drink to healthcare.

The construction industry can also benefit from adopting GS1 standards. Known as one of the least productive industries globally, construction businesses generally have a poor reputation for organisation, communication, and performance (McKinsey, 2017). It’s been suggested that improving procurement and supply-chain management, and adopting digital technology will help improve productivity by 50-60%.



Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a key piece of construction software. GS1 standards are a necessary component of BIM for businesses that want to share information among stakeholders. By using a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN), physical construction products can be traced across the supply-chain, and provide all the necessary information about the product to help automate processes.

GTIN’s can be encoded into a 2D barcode, applied to, or engraved in the product. Additionally, construction locations can be identified by a Global Location Number (GLN) to ensure building materials end up in the right place.


Across the globe, the construction industry is known to use 40% of resources, produce 40% of waste, and consume 40% of energy. GS1 standards can help construction businesses identify which products were used for projects, making it easier to reuse, refurbish, and recycle building materials.

With more and more businesses shifting to employ sustainability practices, GTIN codes provide construction businesses with full visibility of the products, parts, and components used in building projects. This makes GTIN’s essential to any sustainability strategies used by the construction industry.

While improvements are already being made to promote sustainability in the construction industry, implementing GS1 standards can streamline sustainability processes whilst also enhancing efficiency in other business areas.


By capturing necessary information about building products using a GTIN barcode, and holding that information in a master database that’s accessible by all relevant stakeholders, businesses can expand their brands’ visibility to include new construction partners and building projects. It also allows construction sites to expand their choice of products, extending their reach to new suppliers.

GS1 barcoding standards can benefit the construction industry in many ways, improving digitalisation, sustainability, and visibility.

If you would like advice on how to improve the tracking of materials in your construction business whilst using Sage financial products, please don’t hesitate to chat to us. Our team will be more than happy to offer advice, guidance, and further information. Just call us on 03300 245452 or email

How GS1 barcodes can be used in the food industry

GS1 barcoding standards help businesses track products moving through the supply-chain. By encoding key information such as the product type, location, batch/lot number, and dates, businesses get a detailed breakdown of items moving through the supply-chain.

GS1 barcodes can be used in a variety of industries to help the traceability of products and meet regulatory standards. With an increase in regulatory requirements and a growing need for information about the food we consume, GS1 barcodes help provide detailed and accurate information through supply-chains in the food industry.


As the most widely used system in the world, GS1 barcodes build the foundation for supply-chain visibility and sustainable business practices. Through allocating Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs), each product has a unique identification. Serial Shipping Container Codes (SSCCs) identify logistics units, such as Styrofoam boxes and other food containers. Each bit of information is embedded into a barcode which can also hold extended product data.

GS1 barcodes also support the traceability of fresh food products from their source by using location identifiers embedded into the barcodes. Vessels, loading docks, processing and packaging, and corporate headquarters, are all examples of locations that can be assigned to products using Global Location Numbers (GLNs). By being able to uniquely identify locations using GS1 standards, it enables more precise product recalls, rerouting, and market withdrawals.

The product and location identifiers are created at the source, meaning barcodes can be shared with trading partners using a few different methods. The data can be shared via the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Global Data Synchronisation Network (GDSN), or Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS).

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Identifying products and containers through the supply-chain allows trading partners to improve category sourcing processes, and allows final consumers to access detailed information such as nutrition and allergen data. Additional information such as product weight and use by dates can also be embedded into a GS1 unique barcode.

By helping businesses move from manual, paper-based processes for goods-in and despatching activities, GS1 systems makes it easier to share data between each partner in the supply-chain. This results in processes becoming more accurate.

In advance of shipment arrivals, Dispatch Advices (ASNs) containing relevant information such as product and shipment info, and order response and invoices, are sent to trading partners prior to shipment arrivals. As well as improving accuracy, these electronic processes are also designed to improve warehouse management operations.

Through GS1 barcoding, lot (or batch) based product identification is supported for industries where item-level serialisations isn’t possible (including the seafood sector, and other fresh-food categories).

Warehouse and distribution

By optimising inventory management processes, and increasing order accuracy and speed, GS1 standards can help supermarkets and other food sellers to reduce inventory in-store and maximise on-shelf availability by automating the ordering process.

By being able to identify products, cases, and pallets more efficiently,  quality control, and the rotation of products are improved to reduce wastage. As warehouse operators see a 21% shorter lead time when using GS1 standards, (Consumer Goods Forum Global Scorecard, 2011), order fulfilment and shipping operations become more efficient, improving warehouse capacity.


GS1 standards help to ensure products during the manufacturing process and at the distribution channel get to the correct supermarket/food store location, and match purchase orders sent from distribution centres. This makes it easier and more efficient to identify and remove recalled products from the shelves.

When locating products in the storeroom, the use of GS1 barcodes and EPC/RFID tags helps employees find items more quickly, reducing the time it takes to fill empty shelves and improving customer satisfaction.


By providing customers with accurate product information, trust is built between food producers, retailers, and consumers. It also helps consumers make purchasing decisions based on whether they want to know where their food comes from, or if they’re buying decision will support sustainable and environmentally friendly food production practices.

More and more consumers value the efficiency of accessing product information digitally. By being able to scan barcodes using mobile phone applications to get recipes, on-pack information, or cooking instructions, consumers will value the brands that allow them to find the relevant product information they’re seeking more quickly.

GS1 systems and barcoding is particularly useful in the food industry for traceability purposes and improving customer satisfaction. By working with each stage of the supply chain and inputting relevant information as food products are moved through the chain, each stakeholder gains the information they need quickly and efficiently.

Boosted with the implementation of a reliable inventory management system, GS1 barcoding can go beyond standard processes, and help businesses enhance stock rotation and  increase warehouse capacity. Systems like Bit Inventory are GS1 compliant and can help support warehousing businesses more effectively manage inventory to streamline order processing, despatching, and stock taking tasks.

If you would like to learn more about GS1 barcoding systems, inventory management systems, or how your warehouse could be better optimised, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Feel free to call us on 03300 245452 or email

GS1 Standards in Healthcare

What are GS1 Standards?
GS1 standards are a set of globally used barcoding standards to maintain consistent identification of products, people, and places. Widely used in a variety of industries from food and drink to healthcare, GS1 barcodes help businesses and public services run more efficiently and transparently.


How are GS1 barcodes used in Healthcare?
GS1 barcodes are used in healthcare to understand patient journeys, ensure the correct products are being ordered, and that those products are being delivered to the correct healthcare locations.

By using a Global Service Relation Number (GSRN), which is a globally recognised unique identifier encoded into a barcode, they can be used to identify both staff and patients. This helps healthcare providers trace both parties throughout a patient’s care journey, making the journey safer and improving staff efficiency.

At every encounter with a patient, their barcode (issued to the patient on a wristband) will be scanned by staff members throughout their journey from admission to discharge. Each interaction between staff and a patient will be recorded and captured in real-time, automatically updating the patient record with this information.

Products and devices used by the healthcare industry will include a GS1 Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) barcode, which will have essential product information encoded. This information can include serial numbers, date of manufacture, and/or expiry date.

When these products or devices are scanned, the information is captured at the point of use in real-time. The information can then be inputted into an inventory management platform or directly into a patient record.

GS1 Global Location Numbers (GLNs) are unique numbers that can recognise and distinguish between suppliers, manufacturers, hospitals, departments, wards, and even specific patient bays.

Used to make procurement more efficient for all stakeholders in the supply chain, GLNs improve tracking of deliveries, streamline orders, and allows for product recalls to be effectively managed.

Healthcare providers and suppliers need to meet GS1 standards to make sure there’s full transparency and smooth processes throughout supply chains and the patient journey. Warehouse management systems can be used to improve the visibility of products moving through the healthcare supply chain, however, not all of these systems will be GS1 compliant.

Bit Systems have been working with healthcare suppliers for many years to provide GS1-compliant inventory management software, designed to improve efficiency, accuracy, and transparency of supply-chain processes. If you want more information about how GS1-compliant inventory management software can benefit your business, please don’t hesitate to contact our team. Feel free to call us on 03300 245452, or email


3 key benefits of a supply-chain solution

Effective supply-chain management is crucial for running a successful warehousing business. As consumer needs have evolved, so has the technology to provide quicker deliveries and improved customer satisfaction.

Supply-chain management solutions aim to provide warehousing and other supply-chain businesses with an intuitive platform, offering the data and information needed to better organise each stage of your supply chain. These platforms have a number of strategic benefits, with the most notable benefits explained in this blog.


  1. Controls costs

Gain greater control over your costs by utilising supply-chain software. Managing the various stages of your supply-chain through a single platform will not only save your business valuable time, but also provide you with all the information you need to make vital business decisions quickly and effectively. By streamlining your processes through automation, errors will be reduced as will wasted time and resources, resulting in increased productivity and improved and accurate cost control.


  1. Automates processes

Many supply-chain management solutions automate time-consuming admin and finance processes, allowing employees to focus on more strategic responsibilities. Software such as Bit Inventory can integrate with accounts software to manage suppliers, customers, orders, and inventory. By managing each of these stakeholders and assets through a single system, time and money is saved whilst productivity is also improved.


  1. Greater control of operations

By managing each stage of your supply chain through a single system, you have more insights and greater control over each process. It allows you to coordinate activities more efficiently which improves on-time delivery and your customer experience. Additionally, managing everything through a single platform makes it easier to anticipate potential issues and create contingency plans in their place.

Supply-chain management software is designed to make the lives of businesses in the manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution industries much easier. By managing each stage of your operations through a single platform, not only will you get greater control over your operations, but you will also be able to control costs more effectively.

It’s not always easy to find a solution that has the functionality to streamline processes in the way you need. However, at Bit Systems we have over 25 years of experience tailoring solutions to warehousing businesses across the nation. If you would like any help or advice on the steps to take to improve the efficiency of your business, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can call us on 03300 245 452 or email

How to manage increasing customer demand of your warehouse

With the efficiency and ‘next day delivery’ options of Amazon and other large online retailers, customers are becoming increasingly demanding when ordering products online. With some businesses even offering same day deliveries, these modern expectations put a lot of pressure on warehousing businesses.

Managing this increasing customer demand well is essential to ensuring your business isn’t missing out on large quantities of potential sales. At Bit Systems, we’ve highlighted 5 key ways your business can improve its management of warehouse goods to meet customer demand.


1. Make sure your warehouse is suitably staffed

As warehouses tend to have a higher staff turnover rate, it can often mean that they’re not always working to full capacity due to the time it takes to train new warehouse operatives and other related factors.

Retaining staff is often easier said than done, however, by streamlining training processes and creating a positive work environment, warehousing businesses may see reduced staff turnover. Additionally, through the busier seasons such as Christmas, it may be worth looking into hiring agency workers as a temporary measure to making sure orders are fulfilled on time.


2. Organise your inventory

Organising your warehouse inventory will go a long way to streamlining your operations and meeting increasing customer demand. Having a logical method of organising stock, so best-selling items are closer to dispatching points, will make order picking much more efficient.


3. Choose the right supply-chain partners

The supply-chain partners you work with also have an influence on how your business is seen by customers. Choosing trustworthy partners that have a robust distribution and transportation network, that you know will deliver customer orders on-time and with care, will go a long way to meeting heightened customer demand as well as improving brand reputation.

Simply choosing the cheapest distribution options will likely reflect poorly on your organisation, particularly if deliveries are slow and products are turning up damaged.


4. Consider becoming a 24/7 operation

With heightened customer demand reshaping the way warehouses operate, the traditional 40-hour workweek may not be enough for warehouses to keep up pace with the growing marketplace.

Transforming your business into a 24 hour operation will have both positives and negatives, however, if you know there is demand enough for your business to work round the clock, the software is there to make tasks simpler for warehouse operatives.


5. Invest in warehouse management software

Investing in warehouse management software (WMS) can do a great deal for businesses looking to find ways to meet heightening customer demand. Most WMS technology has been designed to streamline processes, allowing warehousing businesses to work at increased capacity.

Some WMS systems, such as Bit Inventory, also offer warehousing businesses stock tracking capabilities as well as supporting first-in-first-out processes. This not only helps warehouses have a full view of the inventory moving in and out of their establishment but also improves stock rotation, saving the business money from wasted stock.

There are many warehousing businesses out there at the moment feeling the pressure of increasing customer demand. With over 20 years of experience helping warehousing businesses streamline their processes, we are more than happy to offer informed advice and guidance. If you would like to understand more about how your business can better manage customer demand, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly and experienced team. Feel free to call us on 03300 245452 or email

Improving warehouse productivity with barcoding software


Warehouse management software (such as Bit Inventory) is simpler to use than you might think. With a range of intuitive features, anyone can pick it up efficiently, from agency workers to trainee warehouse operatives.

Increasing numbers of warehousing businesses are adopting the use of barcoding software to improve productivity. By utilising modern barcoding technology, handheld scanners can be used to check items into the warehouse, check items out of the warehouse, and to count stock, making these processes a whole lot easier and much more accurate. Without the need of pens, paper, clipboards, and multiple Excel spreadsheets, no manual data entry is needed, as information processed with the scanners is sent straight to the software.

Additionally, some barcoding software for inventory management, including Bit Inventory 200, uses android scanners to modernise processes even further. By following a clean, intuitive user interface and logical processes within these scanners, more data is presented to warehouse operatives with the accurate information they need to move stock intuitively. Features including first-in-first-out and cycle counting, improves stock rotation and create a more efficient warehouse.

Training warehouse operatives to use these scanners is also quick and easy, particularly with Android hardware, as most people are now accustomed to using smartphones. Following a defined process to receive inventory, pick stock, dispatch stock out, and check the warehouse stock levels, means that training agency workers or new employees can be made much simpler. Certain user settings can also be updated so only relevant information can be shown to its users.

Goods in 
Checking goods into the warehouse can be a protracted process, particularly when training new warehouse operatives. With the use of barcoding inventory management software, these processes can be improved to make tasks much easier for those involved.

Handheld scanners can be used to book arriving stock into your warehouse. Simply scan the barcodes of the products that have arrived, and your business management software should automatically update with goods-in. This makes it much easier for training new warehouse operatives and agency workers, as the process is shortened to just a few touches of a button, and more accurate than traditional methods of receiving goods.

Goods out 
Within a few clicks and a scan of the barcode, stock can be picked and dispatched against sales orders, with dispatch notes being printed automatically. This both increases efficiency and accuracy of the process, because nothing needs to be handwritten or manually passed between other departments. This also cuts out the added step of an admin or warehouse colleague needing to key the information into the financial system, saving time and improving accuracy.

Stock taking 
Barcoding inventory management software can significantly improve stock taking processes. Scanning barcodes that automatically update your system is much more streamlined than handwriting product codes and quantities and then manually updating the system. As a result, warehouses will no longer need to shut down during end of year stock counts. Some barcoding warehouse management systems, such as Bit Inventory, also support cycle counting, meaning even less disruption to everyday operations as inventory can be counted section by section on a weekly, monthly, or other basis.

There are many ways in which barcoding technology can improve warehouse productivity and streamline processes. If you would like to learn more about how your business can benefit from barcoding inventory management software, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly and knowledgeable team. You can call us on 03300 245452 or email us using

How to manage a successful year end stock take

With Spring fast approaching, many companies are preparing for their financial year end, which means warehousing businesses are preparing for their year-end stock takes. As an essential part of warehouse management, conducting stock takes helps businesses identify problem areas, allowing them to create plans to minimise waste and improve efficiency.

With over 20 years experience in warehouse management processes, Bit Systems have put together a handy top 5 list of things to think about when you are planning for your year-end stock take.

1. Plan
Planning for any stock take, whether it’s conducted once a year or once a month, will help your business work more efficiently with reduced disruptions. As part of your planning process, understanding the resources you need to process your stock take will improve organisation and efficiency. In general, common resources needed for a successful year end stock take includes:

  • Clipboards
  • Stock sheets
  • Pens
  • Calculators
  • Handheld scanners/mobile devices (if you use barcoding inventory management software)

In addition to this, estimating the time it will take to complete the stock take will help with time management, and give warehouse operatives counting the stock a deadline to work towards. It’s important to consider that pushing for a shorter stock take deadline may in theory minimise business disruption, however if pushed too far, more mistakes are likely to happen.

2. Organisation 
Organising your staff is a hugely important task to make sure there are still enough warehouse operatives to complete customer orders. Once you know how many people are in each stock-counting team, assigning roles to each member will help reduce confusion about each activity they need to carry-out. A supervisor should also be assigned to each section of the warehouse that’s being counted in case there are any issues or questions during the count.

Having a systematic approach to stock counting will help keep consistency and provide a structure for the teams carrying it out. Organising each team to count, for example, from top to bottom and left to right, will avoid duplicate counts and create a more efficient counting process.

3. Identify
Every piece of stock your business owns should be identified, including inventory that’s held in other locations, for a thorough stock take. For items that have already been invoiced to customers, they should be held separately and not included in the count, otherwise it could cause a misrepresentation of stock that is available. There should also be a plan for damaged items to be taken note of, and whether they can be sold at a discounted price or disposed of completely.

4. Value (£)
Once the stock take has been completed and verified, it should be valued for accounts purposes. As your inventory is an asset for your organisation, its value can help you understand your business’ stock turnover ratio, which can further help your business with planning purchasing decisions.

5. Improvement
A result of managing a successful stock take is that it will provide beneficial insights into stock movements, for example items that are slow-moving and those which need to be ordered in higher quantities. The information gathered from stock takes should be used to improve efficiency of picking moving forward, for example by relocating the quickest selling closer to dispatching points to save time.

Planning your end of year stock takes can often seem like an overwhelming task. However, by breaking it up into manageable stages, you can gain greater control over your processes. Technologies such as barcoding stock management software that can assist with tasks such as resource allocation, item traceability, and that offers valuable stock information insights, can also help with managing and delivering a successful stock take.

If you would like further advice or guidance on how you could improve your stock taking process, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can call us on 03300 245452 or email

Bit Inventory New UI Update!

The team at Bit Systems have been working non-stop to bring our customers a new simpler, cleaner, and more functional user interface for Bit Inventory 50 and 200. With business booming for many, the new UI has been designed to simplify picking, dispatching, and stock-taking processes, improving efficiency and accuracy even further.

Designed for user experience 

The updated UI has been designed to improve the user experience of Bit Inventory. One way in which this has been done is through matching the style of Bit Inventory with the style of Sage software, making it easier for employees to use particularly when working between the two applications.

With the addition of responsive screens allowing for the platform to be optimally viewed across screens of any size, the refreshed UI helps users to find relevant buttons and information quickly and easily, without having to manually change the window size.

Improved processes 

Processes can be further improved and streamlined through the adoption of our new Bit Inventory UI. Enhancements made to the software makes it easier for users to find product and dispatching history, allowing full visibility over inventory and quicker resolutions to potential disputes.

The update also facilitates ASM functionality without having to open the program in a new window, allowing greater fluidity and efficient management of stock control processes.

Intuitive functionality 
Bit Inventory New UI - Logging Information
Functionality within Bit Inventory has been made even more intuitive with features that had previously been hidden under right clicks, now being visible as clickable buttons in convenient locations on main screens.

Filtering options have also been improved to help users more easily find the relevant stock information they need to complete tasks, and in addition to this, logging information has also been improved to show even more detail, making it easier for the support team to resolve potential issues and queries with increased efficiency.

If you would like to learn more about Bit Inventory and its recent updates, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team of consultants and support engineers. You can contact us by calling 03300 245452 or emailing