Quite a few companies in the Gas & Oil industry use Fishbowl to track their inventory. In addition to inventory tracking, Fishbowl also offers unit-of-measure conversions, many types of work orders, sub-assemblies, expiration-date and lot-number tracking, and inventory scrapping. See if Fishbowl is a good fit for your business by checking out the following features.
Unit-of-Measure Conversions – Would you like to convert pounds to liters or gallons to square feet? You can create many units of measure in Fishbowl and then convert them into each other.
Manufacturing – Streamline the manufacturing process by using work orders for assembly, disassembly, replacement, repair, and custom manufacturing jobs.
Production Stages – You can create a bill of materials for every sub-assembly or production stage to make sure complex manufacturing jobs get done in the correct order.
Tracking Expiration Dates and Lot Numbers – Fishbowl has the ability to track items by their expiration date and lot number, so you can tell when a product needs to be sold by and which ones came from a particular batch.
Scrapping Inventory – Keep track of the yield and loss between each stage of production. You can scrap damaged inventory and record these changes in Fishbowl.
QuickBooks Integration – Fishbowl integrates with QuickBooks in order to get rid of double data entry, automatically update your accounting records, and offer access to inventory management tools that QuickBooks lacks.
Scanning – The Fishbowl Go app lets you use your smartphone or tablet as a barcode scanner. Print barcode labels to attach to items and shelves and then scan them to pick, transfer, and reorder items.
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