Empty shelves = missed sales opportunities.
And customers won’t hesitate to find what they need from a competitor, meanwhile lowering confidence in your brand.
Easily snap onto hanging hook rods or quickly mount to pegboard back walls or shelves.
Through quick set up and continuous visibility, OSA Sensor provides retailers with accurate tracking of your most important SKUs and delivers alerts when shelves are empty — so you never miss a sale.
Accurately monitor product availability, so you never miss a sale.
Other solutions that help with on-shelf availability are often complicated algorithms or processes that are inaccurate. InVue’s OSA Sensor provides direct sensing so there’s confidence in what you’re monitoring.
Instant Set Up
Quickly add to existing shelves or hanging fixtures within seconds.
Scan the sensor, stock the item and instantly start monitoring.
Reusable single-position sensors measure what’s important with minimal investment.
The small form-factor and easy set up are ideal for a wide range of needs: from one shelf, small stores or large-format, multi-chain retailers.
On the go access to your shelves.
InVue LIVE’s mobile application delivers fast and clear identification of merchandise on display, and real-time alerts tell associates which items need to be restocked.
An enterprise dashboard to make better decisions.
Real-Time enterprise data helps you understand what key skus are not available for purchase, and exactly how long they have not been on the shelf so you can take quick action to prevent lost sales.
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A product availability tracker detects the status of product that retailers are selling to customers. Depending on the device, it can act as an inventory counter to tell you how many of that product are available for purchase or detect when a product is out of stock.
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PERIODIC AND PERPETUAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM?
Periodic: A periodic inventory system relies on physical counts that occur at the beginning and end of set time periods. A periodic system typically works better when there is less stock to count and is better suited for small businesses. These periodic cycle counts are completed using a manual inventory system.
Perpetual: A perpetual inventory system continuously and immediately counts stock as it is sold and received. Companies with larger inventories usually employ a perpetual system. Perpetual inventory management systems use either barcode or radio frequency identification systems to constantly record stock.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS?
Manual inventory system: A manual inventory count is completed by hand and in person. This count is not automated and is done within a periodic management system. Companies that practice manual inventory counts use checklists, spreadsheets, and other tools to track their stock. Manual inventory counts can be easily subject to human error and take more time than other methods but are also cheaper and require no special tools. Businesses with smaller inventories are more likely to use manual counts.
Barcode: A barcode inventory management system relies on the scanning of each product barcode on an item in order to count a company’s inventory. Each barcode scan automatically tabulates in a company’s database, making it a perpetual system. Barcode systems remove many cases of human error that occur in a manual inventory count. It is faster than a manual inventory count, although it requires more upfront cost and can still be time-consuming because every individual barcode must be scanned.
Radio frequency identification (RFID): Radio Frequency Identification management systems utilize unique tags to track stock in real-time, using a cloud-based inventory system. With RFID, companies can collect real-time data and know exactly where products are. The disadvantages of using an RFID system are the price, resources needed to set up the system, and the radio frequency’s ability to be blocked.