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Accurately track inventory: After knowing the amount of supply required carrying out seamless business, making sure that the supply is actually hand is extremely crucial. And with the high chances of supply getting miscounted during receiving or order fulfillment, workers need to keep an account of yield or scrap during production. This can be fixed by electronic data interchange and barcode scanning can also help.
Set your priorities right: It takes a huge amount of time and efforts to keep a track on all the details of each and every inventory items but it’s also evident that the focus on the items that matter the most in any business. Thus spending time and efforts on the on the priority items, forecasting, recording and reviewing the stocks more often can help.
Keep a backup plan ready: Keeping a backup plan can help companies stay relaxed and calm even in extreme situations. Sending back up story copy of the inventory data to the accountant every month and the exposure should not be limited to the employees only.
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