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Can QuickBooks Handle My Inventory?

The question of using QuickBooks for tracking inventory is one I get on a regular basis.

Inventory and WarehouseThe conversation usually starts innocently enough - "does QuickBooks have an inventory module?"

And my answer is "yes".

From there...

"Do you think QuickBooks could handle the inventory for my business?"

And my answer at that stage can only be...."it depends"

GREAT FOR SOME, NOT SO GREAT FOR MANY OTHERS

When it comes to tracking inventory in QuickBooks, the key question that needs to be asked is "does it have the necessary features and functionality for my specific business needs?"

For many businesses with simple inventory needs, the inventory module in QuickBooks may be the only thing they need, and it will do just fine (assuming it is used properly that is!)

For others that have significant manufacturing, assembly, kitting, lot numbering or bar-codiing requirements, QuickBooks by itself likely isn't enough. These businesses would be well served by exploring the world of "advanced inventory add-ons" for QuickBooks.

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