2000's Inventory control module is powerful
enough to compete with several programs designed to manage inventory
alone. Inventory Items are completely optional -- they are best used
to track the quantity in-stock of items you sell regularly, or to
catalog items you may want to sell later (but don't want in your Auction
An Inventory Item record contains a description, the
images associated with the item, and all of the data fields needed
to sell an item on any supported auction site. Support
for Item Specifics on eBay/eBay Stores is included in the program.
The description can be formatted using standard word processing techniques.
An unlimited number of images can accompany your inventory entries.
Data fields let you track each item's
consignor, storage location, inventory category and reference identifier.
There are even user-defined fields that you can use for your in-house
tracking requirements. You can create an Auction Lot from an Inventory
Item with just a few mouse clicks. The description, images and other
data are copied to any Auction Lot(s) you create from an Inventory
If you maintain a stock of items that
you sell regularly, the Inventory Items commit those items in stock
to any Auction Lots created from them. When the Auction Lots sell,
the Inventory Items continue to track the committed stock via Invoices
until the items are shipped. Through the use of the Inventory functions
you will know how many you have on hand, how many are reserved for
current auctions, and how many are available for sale.
Your inventory items can be viewed in the sortable
Grid View - a spreadsheet-like table that gives you immediate visual
feedback on the information you need quickly. The Grid View is customizable.
You can change the width of any column and change the order in which
the columns appear. The program will remember any changes you make.
Filtering lets you see only the items you are interest
in. There are also advanced search capabilities that allow you to
search by virtually any field.