Small Business Inventory Software

Lift profit margins, track inventory, and optimise order fulfilment with Unleashed inventory management software for small businesses.

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The inventory management software trusted by 1000s of small businesses

Inventory software made for small business

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Easily track stock through the supply chain in real time all the way to their final destination.

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Make smart purchasing decisions, automate your POs, and set optimal reorder level.

data insights

Build smart reports that update as changes happen. Spot sales trends at a glance.

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sales support

Auto-synchronise sales data between all your eCommerce, wholesale and retail channels.

Optimised production

Create BOMs and manage assemblies with powerful manufacturing features.

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Integrate with barcode and mobile scanners to boost inventory accuracy.

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Lower costs,
higher margins

Use historical data to set ideal stock levels that minimise storage costs and lift profit.

B2B portal

Give B2B customers a frictionless buying experience with the Unleashed B2B store.

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Simple small business inventory control

Perpetual inventory control ensures your small business inventory management reflects accurate stock positions in real time, so you always know how much stock you have and where to find it.

Cut carrying costs &
grow profit margins

Determine your optimal reorder levels to eliminate waste, reduce storage costs, and prevent understocking with advanced inventory optimisation and forecasting features.

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A complete inventory system for small business

Unleashed comes with all the powerful warehouse and inventory management features you need, competitively priced.
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Helping small businesses grow since 2009

Small businesses all around the world have been optimising their stock control with Unleashed for over a decade.

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Unleashed made an impact straight away with our team. I can run daily reorder reports and see lead times, up-to-date pricing, and when stock need replenishing. Monthly reporting is so much easier!

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James Hope

Purchasing Manager at Lightning Fibre

Automate your
order management

Synchronise the sales order process with inventory control, purchasing, and fulfilment. Gain a complete end-to-end order management system that runs on autopilot.

Build custom workflows with 30+ integrations

Synchronise data across your entire business. Easily connect all your accounting, CRM, eCommerce & analytics tools with Unleashed, and enjoy full API access for your developers.

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#1 in customer support

Support that's with you every step of the way

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Enjoy easy onboarding, email, and live chat support from the top-rated customer support team in the industry. It’s our job to make sure you get the most out of your inventory system.

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Watch a live demo or chat to an expert and get answers to all your questions.

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First In, First Out (FIFO) is the most popular inventory method. However, the Weighted Average Cost method is better for small businesses because it is the simplest way to track an inventory expense. The weighted average method requires less paperwork than FIFO or LIFO, and only requires a single cost calculation.

The four types of inventory management system used in small businesses are:

  1. Perpetual inventory systems
  2. Periodic inventory systems
  3. Manual inventory systems
  4. Barcode/RFID/QR inventory systems

Perpetual inventory systems are considered the best option for small businesses because they track stock movements and update inventory records in real time. This makes it easy for a company to understand its inventory health at any time and make optimised purchasing decisions that minimise storage costs.

Spreadsheet-based systems like Microsoft Excel are useful for small businesses starting out on a very limited budget. But as your inventory needs and product line grow, so will the amount of manual data entry required to track and manage that inventory. Small businesses should switch to a cloud-based inventory management platform as soon as possible to reduce total admin time and ensure always-accurate inventory records.

Inventory can be best maintained in a small business by conducting regular audits, implementing a cloud-based inventory management program, and investigating discrepancies promptly. Small business inventory management should be taken seriously as it has a major impact on profitability and tax implications in a company.