eProcessing Network, a payment gateway and software development company, has launched ePNInventory, allowing merchants to maintain perpetual inventory with full reporting for product sales and ordering. ePNInventory can record new inventory with product description, quantity and pricing using industry-standard barcode scanners, updating inventory quantity levels as products are purchased, thus eliminating time-consuming manual entries.
ePNInventory further provides accurate, real-time inventory information while reducing inventory theft, clerical errors and general time savings compared to manual systems. With ePNInventory, business owners can access their inventory and sales data anywhere and anytime.
“eProcessing Network is the first true payment gateway to offer an integrated and homogenous inventory management solution specifically designed with the small business in mind,” said Steve Sotis, president of eProcessing Network. “ePNInventory is easy-to-use, being integrated into all of our existing tools, and is priced very competitively.”
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