ASA Releases Latest Version Of Its Mobile Inventory Manager

ASA Releases Latest Version Of Its Mobile Inventory Manager

MIM allows tire dealers to quickly take physical inventory, process inventory receipts and transfers, all in real-time, according to ASA.

MERRIMACK, N.H. – ASA Automotive Systems has announced the latest release of its Mobile Inventory Manager (MIM) software module with new and improved technology.
 
According to ASA, the Mobile Inventory Manager (MIM) is a simple yet powerful inventory tool that incorporates wireless, real-time barcode scanning technology for unprecedented speed and accuracy in helping tire dealers to streamline manual processes, improve inventory management, boost employees productivity, enhance security and reduce shrinkage. MIM incorporates a small, wireless, barcode scanning device in arugged case to handle harsh warehouse conditions.
 
MIM allows tire dealers to quickly take physical inventory, process inventory receipts and transfers, all in real-time, according to ASA. The "ship & bill" function facilitates the transfer of inventory between company locations and the shipment of product to customers. Both new inventory and retreads can be scanned and added to a customer invoice, a finished transfer or a transfer request. Because tire dealers can quickly and easily scan barcodes, reconcile adjustments and post inventory, MIM can help tire dealers shave hours and even days off of the task of taking physical inventory, ASA claims. This streamlined process also allows dealers to incorporate inventory management best practices, such as cycle counts, to maintain a tight control over their inventory.
 
“ASA’s Mobile Inventory Manager sets a new standard for tire dealers,” said Ken Halle, president of ASA Automotive Systems. “The latest enhancements to this module are something our customers have asked for, and we’re very excited to be among the industry leaders with this technology. We’re not done yet, though. ASA is constantly innovating and adding new features, so keep watching us.”
 
 

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