Inventory and Delivery Control

Reliable evaluation often requires a detached look. Only the right perspective together with having a range of data and the ability to analyse it can really accelerate your business progress. An insightful look and reliable reporting is something that we want to energise your processes with. We monitor your inventory procedures, identify the risks and mitigate them. Our team carries out insightful analysis of goods for sale movement that provides you with strategic information about your stock situation, so you can always be in control.

We know the procedure of inventory both on the analytical and practical side. We compare inventory status with actual state and we know how to make sure that the merchandise is always on sale and not stored for too long.

Our team constantly provides analysis of data from consignment notes to reach the source of omissions such as dispatches not delivered, goods lost in transit and deliveries appearing incomplete. We investigate the results of stocktaking to be able to define and correct all these abnormalities.

A vital part of our work is data validation and reporting after analysis as it helps you to understand the root of your losses. Currently, we serve nearly 1000 stores including more than 300 corner shops and perform around 2000 inventories yearly.

We are familiar with specific systems and programs like SAP and Manhattan and have advanced Excel skills and guarantee great attention to detail. We speak different languages depending on the region we serve.

Analysis results provide strategic information about internal processes, help to enhance their reliability and, at the same time, reduce costs. On the other hand, the continued movement of goods is provided, therefore increasing the return of sales.

As we compare the inventory state with the actual one, we protect you from internal sabotage and manipulating analysis data. We focus on keeping our interpretations transparent and of the highest quality – our leading idea is actual reporting in place of “watermelon” reporting.