WARNING - mInventory is NOT currently supported on macOS Catalina. There are some issues with reporting. If you are still using mInventory, we suggest that you don't upgrade your OS at this time.
Retail businesses of all sizes face challenges when it comes to managing inventory, many of which are addressed with business accounting software programs like QuickBooks. However, many of these programs offer a broad range of functions, and don’t typically do a good job with basic inventory management. Additionally, many small businesses find that the complexity of these applications can be overwhelming.
mInventory is a simple and straightforward software system for managing inventory. It offers the small business with a set of purchasing, sales and inventory management functions that can greatly simplify the complexities around establishing, tracking and reporting on your inventory levels.
Full Lifecycle Support: From Vendors → Purchasing → Receipts → Customers → Shipping → Invoicing → Payments
mInventory has the features to meet most small businesses needs with regards to inventory management. Our Dashboard will give you quick access to how your business is performing.
We've worked hard to make sure that we have streamlined the workflows used by the App to minimized the complexities of running your small businesses.
mInventory is highly customizable. Change logos and fields on your reports as well as how the App functions. If needed, we offer a custom reporting option that you can build your own reports or tailor those already in the App.
You identify your inventory by creating items. Items are the building block of your inventory and house the information about each of your products. These items can be stand-alone items or configurations of other items in your inventory.
The purchasing workflow is used when you purchase goods from your vendors. It allows you to create purchase orders, send them to your vendors to start the order process, and manage the receiving process.
When a customer places an order from your company, you create a sales order to track the sales process. The sales order identifies all of the inventory items that the customer is purchasing. When a sales order is created, it has a status of “draft”. It stays in this status until you acknowledge that you have shipped the items. Inventory levels for items included on sales orders are recorded as “on hold”. Once you acknowledge a sales order as shipped, the inventory levels on the items on the sales order are moved from “on hold” to “sold”.