The Internet is filled with all sort of applications and programs that you could use in order to make your job easier. One of such applications is Basic Inventory Control.

It allows you to manage everything related to inventory and stock. It sports a simple graphical interface filled with all sort of nice tools and features.

The application doesn't take long to install and it doesn't come with a complicated setup that you would need to complete before you can actually use it. It sports a really intuitive graphical interface with many tools and features at hand.

Basic Inventory Control allows you to track an inventory of products, but it can do so much more. You can record and track a variety of inventory events such as: Order, Receipt, Shrinkage, Allocation, and Shipment.

Basic Inventory Control allows you to view physical units in stock, allocated units, available units in stock, units on order, cost of on order items, cost of physical units in stock, retail value of physical units in stock, average unit cost and average unit price among other useful information.

You can create an unlimited number of customized views and reports of your inventory. There's the option to specify title, what columns to display, and the order of columns. You can also view an inventory of products filtered by product group, inventory level, product name and/or part number.

There's the option to easily indicate products to re-order or products that are out of stock. Transactions for multiple products can be recorded and you can view transaction history filtered by transaction type, date range, product, category, and/or account.

Displayed data can be saved to a MS Excel file. Product list and beginning inventory can be imported from a MS Excel comma-delimited file. All in all, Basic Inventory Control is a very nice application that has all the tools that you might need in order to manage your inventory.