Fishbowl Inventory 2012 Offers Management Features
Fishbowl's development group follows programming practices designed to help increase software stability.Inventory management solutions specialist Fishbowl released the latest update of its Fishbowl Inventory software in a special 10-year anniversary edition, which is aimed at small businesses looking to automate and control everything from inventory to finance. Fishbowl customers can purchase Inventory 2012 with SalesPoint as an add-on by contacting a Fishbowl account manager, the company noted.
With the addition of the company's SalesPoint point-of-sale software and Fishbowl's cloud application Pipeline, Inventory provides tools to manage inventory, process orders, operate a warehouse, print and scan barcodes, and provide sales and payment processing. Inventory 2012 integrates with SalesPoint to streamline operations for businesses with a backend warehouse and a retail storefront and is designed to provide a more fluid interface of all business operations to the warehouse.
To further improve the experience and effectiveness of the solution, Fishbowl provides both onsite and remote installation training and support. Company experts are also available to help business owners strategically apply Inventory directly to their business operations. In addition, Fishbowl's development group follows programming practices designed to help increase software stability, reduce bugs and quickly implement feature requests and requirements from its customers. The company said the Inventory 2012 interface is also continually updated based on customer feedback.
"Our easy to implement and simple to use software is a breath of fresh air in a world that is increasingly complex and over-engineered," said David Williams, Fishbowl CEO. "Fishbowl provides small businesses with a transparent view of their product inventory by giving them more control, making them more efficient, saving them time and money, and ultimately helping them become fiscally strong and able to make sound decisions."