Xtos utilizes the idea of Stock Keeping Units to manage the inventory/warehousing. It keeps track of the goods’ movement on physical as well as on the commercial level. The process is a rather simple one: the system registers the goods on the inbound and decreases them as they’re leaving the warehouse in the outbound.
Wrong storage entry? Mistyped data? Change of the goods owner? Or maybe simply changing the status of the already registered goods? In Xtos it is possible. It supports the inventory-related actions with the help of goods manipulations. Manipulation orders can immediately change the status of inventory entries, even though the goods have already been registered in the corresponding ledger. This special functionality plays an important role for companies, whose key role is based on dynamic operations, where the chance of occurrence of a human error is relatively high. And this was only one example of manipulation functionality. Problem solved.