Cycle Counts – What is it?

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What is a cycle counting?

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Inventory cycle counting is the process of counting physical inventory in small subsets, in a specific location. It is an ongoing process of validating the accuracy of inventory as you move through your inventory allowing you to focus on a subset of inventory.

Cycle counts are less disruptive to daily operations and can be tailored to focus on items with higher value, higher movement volume, or that are critical to business processes. This can occur on a daily or weekly basis, depending on your preferences. Cycle counting ensures that every item in your inventory is counted at least several times a year.

Inventory Cycle CountingInventory Manager can help companies easily manage their inventory audit process by simplifying the way inventory is counted.  If the inventory data is updated in smaller doses on a regular basis, there is no need for lengthy physical counts. Companies who perform cycle counts rarely need to shut down to perform physical counts. It’s simply too expensive to shut down for the day. If cycle counts are regularly performed, inventory numbers will always reflect well managed data, allowing for accurate inventory decisions. More on benefits of Cycle Counts here.

So ditch the annual inventory count and opt for something a little less taxing – ongoing cycle counts.

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