About Axle Inventory Control
Retailers, wholesalers, and distributors all have most of their capital tied up in inventory. Too much inventory impedes cash flow and reduces the opportunity to use those funds for a better moving product. Too little inventory can result in decreased sales and customer satisfaction. Many businesses rely on best guesses when it comes to predicting what inventory they need and just hope for the best.
Axle Inventory Control goes far beyond the standard systems by managing all of transactions in detail and reporting on a variety of cross sections touching the movement and margin of inventory. This combination of data and process management provides one of the most robust solutions in the market today providing you time-critical information from the time you think of buying inventory through to analysing the subsequent sales and subsequent replenishment needs. The information provided will allow you to maximize your inventory investment while minimizing your cash outlay and enjoy increased margins.
The management of Axle Inventory Control have their roots in a very successful history as an international SAP implementation partner. They realized early in 2001 that traditional accounting packages did not really meet the holistic needs of the retail and wholesale trader and the decision was made to invest in the development of Axle enterprise software, a buyout from DMK-ERP Retail Solutions. Our focus is on inventory management at all levels of business undertaking.
Headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, where the software development and testing teams are housed, Axle Inventory Control solution will meet 95% of any retailer’s, wholesaler’s and distributor’s requirements, and the strategy is to continue growing the solution by adding enhancements as the customer base expands.
We know that every few years each retailer is pressured to examine the multitude of systems upon which they rely. Further, we know that the need of retailers, wholesalers, and distributors, first and foremost, is a system that really controls inventory. Until now, many companies have been forced to use high-cost, disparate systems and attempt to consolidate data from these systems into some form of meaningful information, usually too late to be of true value.
Axle Inventory Control team