Implementing Mobile Inventory Management is Easier Than You Think

  • Posted by: Scott Berlin

Have you been meaning to implement a better inventory control system for your company, but keep putting it off out of fear of how complicated it will be? Companies managing inventory know that mismanaged inventory can cost them thousands of dollars every month in unplanned purchases and decreased productivity. When your employees don’t have the material to do the job, the job doesn’t get done. What if we told you that you could have a mobile inventory management solution with minimal downtime and no significant upfront investment? Would that change your mind?

Customers are always surprised to discover how easy it is to implement MarginPoint’s Mobile Inventory. Implementation only requires three simple steps:


  1. Pre-Implementation Call
    From your very first call with a MarginPoint consultant, work gets underway creating your inventory system. The work is done remotely, which means you and your technicians can continue day-to-day operations and complete jobs, minimizing downtime.
  2. On-Site Setup and Training
    Once the MarginPoint team has created your mobile inventory program for your warehouse and your fleet, your consultant will arrive on-site to finalize the implementation process. Your administrative team, as well as your technicians, will then be trained on how to use the system.
  3. Follow-Up Optimization
    Once your Mobile Inventory solution is up and running, you have the support of the MarginPoint team for the life of the account. We can help you set up new trucks or new stocking locations or even create seasonal inventory systems to help you maximize productivity and profitability.


There’s no better time than now to gain real-time inventory visibility throughout your entire organization. We make it easy to reduce carrying costs, avoid unnecessary purchases and improve job completion rates, simply by having the right parts on hand when needed.

View our Professional Services data sheet for a comprehensive overview of the process.

Author: Scott Berlin