Liquor Store Inventory Control System
Our liquor store inventory system can help you manage your cases, packs, singles, seasonal items, vintages, and more. Below is a short overview of how our software can help you manage your inventory.
Beverage Specific Item Setup
mPower’s inventory system allows you to track beverage specific attributes such as name, description, case pack quantity, bottle size, vintage, varietal, and more. Within each item track inventory by location, set Min/Max par counts, and add isle/bin locations. With the beverage specific attributes, easily manage singles, 6-packs, and cases under one item; including seasonal items and vintages.
Intelligent Ordering: Get the Right Inventory Mix
When you create orders, easily review the on-hand quantities and sales history on the same screen to determine actual quantities needed. You may also create orders on the same list, with multiple vendors, and mPower will automatically create separate purchase orders for each vendor.
Make Ordering Easier
mPower has need-to-order reports to help make ordering simpler. One of these reports is called Day Supply on Hand (DSOH). This allows you to review the items that you need to order based on selling velocity. Another report in this category is called case deal. If a vendor provides you with special pricing based on several cases, this report will recommend the right mix of products to get the case deal pricing.
Once you have reviewed the order, approve it and purchase orders will be created and be ready to send to the vendor. You can either print out the PO or email it directly to the vendor.
There are two ways to receive in mPower. One way is to utilize the “To Do List” or you can do a “Quick Receive.”
To Do List
The ‘To Do List,’ shows all purchase orders that have not been received. You can easily receive all items at once or make any changes to quantities, cost, etc. to make them match the invoice sent by the vendor. This can be helpful if items break on the way to the store during delivery.
If you choose to use ‘Quick Receive,’ you will need to scan the item. The item will then be marked as received on the next order it is on.
Additional Inventory Management Tools
- Utilize Windows tablets to create inventory adjustments, purchases orders, run reports, or receive orders.
- Transfer product between locations using the Recommended Transfer Report.
- Print shelf tags for items either individually or in bulk.
- Create gift baskets to be sold in your store while managing the inventory accurately.